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Prayer Walk #6 — Thy Kingdom Come

Updated: Jun 10

This month our prayer walk joins in with the Thy Kingdom Come event — Christians are invited to join a global wave of prayer around the world, praying from Ascension to Pentecost for more people to come to know the love and peace of Jesus Christ.


The 'The Kingdom Come' logo superimposed on a map of the Earth with cities highlighted by white dots, and an incitation to 'Light up the World with Prayer' between 13th and 23rd May 2021.

The event is being held between Thursday 13th May and Sunday 23rd May 2021 so we suggest, if possible, you plan your Prayer Walk for sometime during that period if you’d like to join with our brothers and sisters around the world.


The leaflet below will guide you in preparing for your Prayer Walk: thinking about a route and who to pray for.


You can find out more about the initiative and their events on the Thy Kingdom Come website, and by watching their Thy Kingdom Come video on YouTube.


“In praying ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ we all commit to playing our part in the renewal of the nations and the transformation of communities.” — Archbishop Justin Welby

Download this Prayer Walk Leaflet


The Prayer Walk 06.pdf download is for printing on A4 paper: single or double-sided. It’s also suitable for reading on mobile phones and tablets.

Prayer Walk 06
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The Prayer Walk 06 (Booklet).pdf download is for printing on A4 paper double-sided. You can then fold it to make a little A5 booklet with the pages in the right order.

Prayer Walk 06 (Booklet)
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You can find previous Prayer Walks in our Resource Library



About the Prayer Walks


This walk is one in a series of Prayer Walks, for you to use by yourself, in pairs, or as a small group. (Please practise appropriate social distancing when walking with others!)


Each walk in the series has a theme and an opening prayer. It will start from church and follow a short route around the roads and footpaths of Haxby and Wigginton.


The routes may vary, but in each there will be opportunities to pause and pray if you would like to do so. There will be ideas for prayers, but you can of course make up your own.


Alternatively, you might like to just walk the route. Or perhaps make up your own route but make reference to the themes and Bible verses.


We hope that you will find these guides useful as we continue to seek and draw close to God in these uncertain times.

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