The international prayer initiative Thy Kingdom Come is underway and our six churches are inviting everybody in the community to visit and use the churches for prayer.
Our reader-in-training Julie Ebsworth has prepared ‘prayer stations’ for each church. Each display features pictures and texts to help people reflect on their lives, the life of the community and the world. The focus of the display at West Camel is ‘God’s blessings poured out for all’ at Queen Camel ‘God’s light in us’, at Sparkford ‘God’s throne’, Weston Bampflyde ‘God’s power’, Sutton Montis ‘God’s guiding light’ and Corton Denham ‘God’s kingdom rules’. Here are pictures from five of the churches: please click on each for a larger image.
All are welcome to a prayer morning on Saturday morning, 3 June, at King’s Keep, Little Weston, between 10.00 – 12.30 where there will be opportunity for a time of quiet prayer and reflection, in different ways.
And in our churches on Sunday 4 June, Pentecost Sunday, we will be reflecting on prayer and the role of the Holy Spirit in our lives.
Please see the Thy Kingdom Come website for more details of events around this prayer initiative, and plenty of prayer ideas and resources.