Thy Kingdom Come

From 25th May – 4th June
St Andrew’s Histon will be joining the global wave of prayer.  Thy Kingdom Come spans the 10 day period between Ascension Day and Pentecost so why not start by going to the Ascension Day Holy Communion and Bible study on 25 May at 2.30pm at St Andrew’s Histon, and end with the United Beacon prayer event at Great St Mary’s church in Cambridge at 6.30pm on Pentecost Sunday 4 June. You can also see the daily program.

Exploring Prayer—Come and Experience a New Way of Praying

Upstairs Hall in Saint Andrew’s Centre 7.30pm–8.30pm

  • Monday 29 May—Ignatian Prayer
  • Tuesday 30 May—Celtic Prayer
  • Wednesday 31 May—With pictures
  • Thursday 1 June—The Examen
  • Friday 2 June—Mission at home and abroad

Prayer Spaces—For Anyone and Everyone

Downstairs in the Saint Andrew’s Centre

9am–4pm from Saturday 27 May through the week to Friday 2 June. Except Sunday and Monday.

Prayer Walks

  • Friday 26 May—Prayer walk starts at 5.30pm outside the St Andrew’s Centre
  • Tuesday 30 May—Prayer walk starts from the Vicarage at 12 noon

Open Churches

12.30–2pm Monday to Friday

Both St Andrew’s Histon, and St Andrew’s Impington church buildings will be open

Do come in and pray

Boxes for Your Prayer Requests Can Be Found At

  • The Salvation Army shop on the High Street
  • Saint Andrew’s Centre Café—opposite the Library
  • Outside Histon Baptist Church
  • The Methodist Wednesday Community Café on the High Street
  • Look out for the Logo 

You can download the Thy Kingdom Come Card

Here is an introduction to the week from Archbishop Justin Welby

For more information on the global week and resources see the Thy Kingdom Come website

This includes resources like Prayer Games and praying for 5 friends