Pray & See

Everyone, from deaneries to parish congregations, and from families to individuals, are invited to join the global wave of prayer for more people to come to know Jesus.

Pray & See

Pray and See logoThis is based on our understanding that God hears and answers prayer, and that prayer is something every congregation can do – whether that congregation is three nonagenarians or a cast of hundreds of young people!

At the most basic level, members of every congregation are invited to pray specifically for five people they know to come to faith, and to light a candle during Sunday intercessions and include prayer that the Holy Spirit might be poured out upon our churches and upon those for whom we pray. Clergy will be supplied with free candles and prayer cards for this purpose.

Thy Kingdom Come logoFor those who wish to be more creative or who would like prayer resources, we are encouraging engagement with the national call to prayer Thy Kingdom Come which runs between Ascension and Pentecost. Click here for ideas and resources for all ages, as well as others that you can buy. We have some resources to give away. First come first served – contact us to find out more!

We want to hear what you are planning and share your ideas with others! Why not designate a TKC link person in your church to keep in touch about how things are going? If we know what you are planning, we can inspire others and pray for each other.

Contact: Sarah Brown on

A Special Service

Saturday May 25th at 5.30pm at the Cathedral

A time of worship (with band) and prayer in preparation for global prayer initiative Thy Kingdom Come. A time for Christians of all ages and denominations to come and sing and pray for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the Churches and for individuals to come to Christ. With National TKC Coordinator, Canon Jean Kerr.

For some, the Cathedral is a long way away, but we hope you can join us for this special service of prayer.

Let’s Pray and See what God will do

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