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is a global prayer movement that began in the Church of England in 2016.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is inviting people around the world to join the movement,
and the Methodist Church of Britain has become a partner in the initiative.
The World Methodist Council is also encouraging Methodists across the world to take part.

The aim of Thy Kingdom Come is that Christians pray that people might know Jesus Christ during a focused time between Ascension and Pentecost from 25 May — 4 June 2017.

Across the Circuit our churches will be open for Prayer at varying times during the period.

As details become available they will be added to this list,
25th May Astley & Tyldesley 10.30am — 11.30am
29th May Bedford 10am — 2pm
30th May Bamfurlong 10am — 12noon
30th May Culcheth 10am — 12noon
31st May Glazebury 2pm — 5pm
31st May Wigan Road 10am — 12noon
31st May St Johns 2pm 4pm
2nd June Kingsleigh 10am to 12noon
2nd June Baglane 2pm — 4pm

For more information go here
or ring Len Pereira 01942 526773

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