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The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have launched Thy Kingdom Come 2018.
In the week of the terrible attack in Manchester, the Archbishop reflects on the importance of coming together in prayer for people to know God's love.
Archbishop Justin Welby reflects on COP26 and what comes next.
This year the Pentecost initiative Thy Kingdom Come brought thousands together in prayer across the country for people to know Jesus Christ. Next year it's going global, writes the Archbishop in the Church Times.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is encouraging Christians of all denominations to #Pledge2Pray as part of global prayer movement Thy Kingdom Come.
A film about the power of prayer and the life-transforming love of Jesus Christ, created for the Thy Kingdom Come 2017 campaign, was recognised at this year's Jerusalem Awards last night.
Christians across England and around the world will gather to pray for evangelism between Ascension and Pentecost.
"We rejoice in this opportunity to build on the commitment of our churches to pray together," the Archbishop of Canterbury and Church of Scotland Moderator said in a joint declaration today.
The Church will emerge “renewed and changed” from the crisis of the global coronavirus pandemic, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have said.