[Anglican Communion News Service] Christians around the world are preparing to pray individually, in churches, in ecumenical gatherings and in large-scale beacon events, as part of this year’s Thy Kingdom Come global wave of prayer.
The initiative began in 2016 as a call from Archbishops of Canterbury Justin Welby and Archbishop of York John Sentamu to the clergy of the Church of England to set aside time between Ascension and Pentecost – May 30 to June 9 – to pray for more people to know Christ. Leaders of other Christian churches in the U.K. echoed the call, as did Anglican leaders around the world. It is now a global ecumenical annual initiative.
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