Thy Kingdom Come resources
Methodist resources for 2021
Keep an eye out for news on resources from the Evangelism & Growth team and Thy Kingdom Come for 2021. In the meantime, please join one of E&G's upcoming webinars.
What does it mean to pray daily?, 27th January, 1.30-3.00
There are many different and exciting ways to pray daily, one of the commitments of A Methodist Way of Life, as both churches and individuals. How do we make regular prayer a joyful and life-bringing experience rather than a burdensome routine? As we prepare for a Lent season that will likely remain under heavy Covid restrictions, join us to hear some encouraging stories of how daily prayer has transformed lives, and to discuss how you could encourage your community to pray daily, to draw strength and to draw closer to God. Register now
How to prepare for Thy Kingdom Come, 15th February, 1.30-3.00
Thy Kingdom Come is an exciting global initiative that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension to Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus. If you’re planning to engage your church, circuit or district this year, come and exchange ideas and inspiration with other Methodists across the country. You’ll also find out how the Evangelism & Growth team can support you with resources. Register now
Methodist resources for 2020
Social Media resources for you to share on your Facebook and Twitter channels
We have created social media images for Facebook and Twitter for every day of Thy Kingdom Come. You can download them here
Jesus loves all - a prayer journal
Journey through the eleven days of Thy Kingdom Come using the prayer journal Jesus loves all, written by Methodist Youth President, Thelma Commey.
- Each day there is a passage from the Bible, a short reflection, a prayer, and a suggestion for action. There is also space each day for your own notes.
- Throughout the journal there are images to help you meditate on each daily theme. Let these inspire you as you read through each section for that day; and add your own notes.
- Author, Thelma Commey says, “It is my prayer that as we explore Scripture and reflect on the unconditional love of Jesus, you will experience it for yourself. Jesus loves you”.
A free copy of the journal went inside the connexion magazine, issue 18, ‘Letting Go’.
Hard copies, if preferred, can be ordered through Methodist Publishing
Thy Kingdom Come Digital Family Prayer Adventure Map
Perfect for home schooling, the Digital Family Prayer Adventure Map takes you and your kids or grandkids through 11 days of fun prayer activities between Ascension and Pentecost. Learn Bible stories in an accessible way, talk to God, draw, write and solve puzzles using this colourful A2 folded map, which is suitable for 5 to 11-year-olds.
The Digital Family Adventure Prayer Map is the flagship family resource for Thy Kingdom Come. This year there is an app which is to be used in collaboration with the map, featuring daily games and videos. There are also lots of other helpful ways to engage further with the Prayer Adventure Map, including the podcast and the school assemblies plan. To find out more visit the Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Map web page.
There is a huge range of Thy Kingdom Come resources for individuals, families and churches wishing to engage with the initiative. These include materials to download on:
- Liturgical resources
- Novena booklets
- Packs to helping families pray together
- Details of prayer events, and tips on organising local events
Previous Years' Resources
Written by the Revd Hilary Cooke.
Resources and prayers for Methodist churches including a suggested order of worship for a Thy Kingdom Come service. Written and compiled by Methodist Presbyter the Revd Catherine Dixon. The A5 booklet also uses prayers from the Methodist Prayer Handbook.