Come and See

A joint Mission for the Cathedral and Diocese to help every church grow

Between Easter and Pentecost this year, the Cathedral and the Diocese are working together on a joint mission to pray and equip every church in the Diocese for growth.

Come and See logoRecognising that every church is different and that many are short of money, the mission is based on three things that anyone can do, and that ought already to be part of the DNA of the Church: Prayer, telling our own stories and reading the Bible! 

This mission resource is about prayer, stepping out in faith, building confidence in small things and seeing what God will do with those offerings to build His Church.

There is nothing ‘whizz-bang’ about this initiative and there is no obligation to do any of it, but it is very simple, harnesses resources that you may already know, and will, we believe, make a real difference to any church that joins in. We hope that every parish, large or small, well-resourced or struggling, will feel able to get involved in some way with the three strands of Come and See.

The mission will culminate in The Word One to One event on Monday 10th June at the Cathedral, with global Evangelist Richard Borgonon and powerful testimonies based on the power of God’s Word shared One to One. The event is for all who wonder if it is worth reading the Bible or what people see in Jesus, and for anyone interested in sharing the Word of God with others.

You can see the parishes currently involved in 'Come and See' below, and also on the Diocesan Cross Keys website.

Pray & See, Tell & See, Read & See … COME & SEE What God Can Do!


Global Wave of Prayer

Pray & See

The first thing that any person in any parish can do is pray specifically for God to bring individuals to faith.

Sharing Faith

Tell & See

As those prayers are answered, then local churches need to be equipped to tell of their faith to enquirers.

The Word One to One

Read & See

Through sharing the Gospel, individuals can help convert enquirers into new Christians and disciples.

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