Thy Kingdom Come

25th May – 4th June 2017

Whether you are new to prayer, a lifelong Christian, uncertain about faith, or just wanting to find out more, we hope that you will find something here to help you make sense of life and the questions it poses, learn from the experience of others, and share your own stories.

We are offering talks, displays, interactive sessions for all ages, space for you to find peace, as well as services of a variety of styles.

For a full programme of activities, please see below or download the PDF programme

Please join us on social media using the hashtag #Pledge2Pray

Daily Activities

Short services will be held throughout each day as well as opportunities just to pop in and enjoy our hospitality.

6:30am Matins
9am Morning Prayer
10am Churches Together prayers and discussion (weekdays only)
11am Mid-morning Prayer
11:15am Prayer breakfast (weekdays only, small charge applies)
12pm Midday Prayer, followed by the Rosary
4pm Mid-afternoon Prayer
6pm Evening Prayer
6:30pm Evening meal (sign up in the church before midday, small charge applies)
9pm/10pm Night Prayer (9pm on 25th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 1st & 3rd, 10pm other days)

All Saints Prayer Calendar (PDF, 59Kb)

Special events by day: talks, films, prayer sessions and children & young people’s activities

Thursday 25th May 

7:30pm – Sung Eucharist (Celebrating Jesus’ ascension into heaven)

Friday 26th May

8am – Eucharist commemorating St. Augustine, who brought Christianity to Britain

7pm onwards – Young People’s Sleep Over!*
Beginning with a talk for all, The Rev’d Peter and Heather Dowman (both experienced in youth work locally) give an opportunity for young people aged 11-16yrs to pray and play through the night.  *Booking required

Saturday 27th May

9am – Churches Together prayer breakfast

11:15am – Eucharist commemorating Mary, the mother of Jesus

1:30pm-4:30pm – Interactive prayer workshop

7pm – Film Night ‘Into Great Silence’ (2005 documentary)

Sunday 28th May

10:15am – Sung Eucharist

3pm – Parish prayer map service (followed by tea & cake)

Monday 29th May

11:15am – Eucharist praying for the needs of the nation and wider society

2pm – Prayer walk around the parish (starts at the church)

7:30pm – Talk by The Rev’d Scott Watts, Chaplain at Hinchingbrooke Hospital
‘The Healing Power of Prayer’

Tuesday 30th May 

8am – Eucharist praying for issues of social justice

2pm-5pm – Half Term Holiday Club (ages 16 and under)*
*Booking required

Following Evening Prayer at 6pm – All Night Vigil of Eucharistic Adoration

Wednesday 31st May

2pm-5pm – Half Term Holiday Club (ages 16 and under)*
*Booking required

7:30pm – Sung Eucharist

8:30pm – Talk by The Rev’d Fr Robert Mackley, Vicar of St Mary the Less, Cambridge
‘Mary’s Place in Christian Prayer’

Thursday 1st June

8am – Eucharist, praying for those persecuted for their faith

2pm-5pm – Half Term Holiday Club (ages 16 and under)*
*Booking required

7:30pm – Talk by The Rt Rev’d Dr David Thomson, Bishop of Huntingdon
‘The Lord’s Prayer’

Friday 2nd June

11:15am – Eucharist, praying for reconciliation

2pm-5pm, Half Term Holiday Club (ages 16 and under)*
*Booking required

7:30pm – Talk by The Rev’d Steve Radley, retired RAF Chaplain and photographer
Prayer Through the Lens

Saturday 3rd June

10am – Eucharist Healing Service with hymns, laying on of hands and anointing

1:30pm-4:30pm – Interactive prayer workshop

7pm – Film Night, ‘Bonhoeffer: Agent of Grace’

Sunday 4th June 

10:15am – Sung Eucharist for Pentecost

12:30pm-5:30pm – Pentecost Picnic Praise (family orientated interactive picnic and worship)

 

*Booking Required for the Sleepover and Half Term Holiday Club.
Please email office@stivesparishchurch.org.uk to reserve a place.