Thurrock's Thy Kingdom Come takes shape

Updated 29 May 2017

If your church or fellowship are joining the global Thy Kingdom Come wave of prayer from
25 May to 4 June, and you are open to allcomers, please let Transformation Thurrock know and then we can make a list of which venue is open on what day.

Please let us know your venue address and opening times. The details will also be added to the TT calendar and appear on the front page of the website.

It doesn't matter if your day clashes with another, or if you have more than one day or the whole lot. We will add the information onto the TT calendar and the list below as we receive it.

  • ABC Thy Kingdom Come logoThursday 25 May - Church Of His Presence, Grays
  • Friday 26 May - Grays Parish Church 9am-9pm (see details below)
  • Saturday 27 May -  
  • Sunday 28 May -
  • Monday 29 May - Stanford Boiler Room
  • Tuesday 30 May - St John the Evangelist, Victoria Avenue, Grays (6-9pm) / Stanford Boiler Room
  • Wednesday 31 May - Stanford Boiler Room
  • Thursday 1 June - St Mary's, Little Thurrock (including Thurrock Leaders Prayer at 8.30am - see below) / Stanford Boiler Room
  • Friday 2 June - St Cedd’s Church, Crammavill Street, Stifford Clays 9am-1pm (see details below) / Stanford Boiler Room
  • Saturday 3 June - St Mary's, Little Thurrock 10am-2pm (see details below) / Stanford Boiler Room (evening: Thurrock Pentecost 2017)
  • Sunday 4 June (Pentecost Sunday) - Stanford Boiler Room

Thy Kingdom Come Stanford Boiler Room 24-7 Prayer Week held at 198 Southend Road SS17 7AQ

24-7 TKC
Thy Kingdom Come day at Grays Parish Church (St Peter's & St Paul's) on Friday 26 May:

  • The Palmer Chapel will be open all day as a place of silence and prayer. Please feel free to come in and use it.
  • 9am - Morning Prayer
  • 10am-12noon - Prayer activities with Open Church (The Church will be open during this time for ‘Tea and Toast’ as usual. There will also be a variety of Prayer Stations for you to visit.)
  • 1pm - Lunchtime Prayer (Celtic ‘Wee Worship’)
  • 2pm - Prayers for the World
  • 3pm - Prayers for the Nation
  • 4pm - Messy Prayers for the young and Young at   heart.
  • 5pm - Prayers for Thurrock
  • 6pm - The Lord’s Prayer
  • 7pm - Evening Prayer                              
  • 8pm - The Christ We Share
  • 8:45pm - Prepare for Compline         
  • Finish at 9pm
Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Day at St Mary's, Dock Road, Little Thurrock on Thursday 1 June:
Prayer from 9am to 9pm with shared prayer every hour
  • 8.30-10am - Thurrock Church Leaders
  • 10am - Ian Herbert the Philippines
  • 12am - Prayers for the Foodbank
  • 1pm - Daytime prayers including prayers for the people of Manchester
  • 2pm - Our neighbours and friends in the local community
  • 3pm - Election concerns
  • 4pm - Prayers with and for children and those young at heart.
  • 5pm - Mental health needs
  • 6pm - Evening prayer
  • 7pm - Global outlook Tony Burford
  • 8.45pm Night prayer
Come at any time and visit the prayer stations

Thy Kingdom Come Prayer at St Cedd’s Church, Stifford Clays, RM16 2AP on Friday 2 June 9am to 1pm
  • Short introductions to pray on the hour, with various prayer stations available to encourage individual/private prayer.
  • Corporate prayer 10.30-11am
Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Walk at St Mary's, Dock Road, Little Thurrock on Saturday 3 June:
  • 10am - Start at St Mary’s visit Frederick Andrews Court, Grays Court and Thameside School
  • 11am-ish - tea coffee and cake at Priestley Court
  • 12pm-ish - lunch at Smiths Garden Centre (this might be very crowded so we need to stagger our arrival.)
  • Rectory Road, Thurrock Park and return to St Mary’s - hopefully before 2pm

Thurrock Pentecost 2017

On the evening of Saturday 3 June, the Thurrock Pentecost 2017 event will take place.
As with the 2016 event, the focus will be on working together out of the 'rest' of our union but with an emphasis on prayer.
Time: 7-9pm
Venue: Gateway Peoples' Centre, 2 High Street, Stanford-le-Hope SS17 0EY
Featuring: worship led by Tom Brown (St George's, Gravesend / Global Legacy)
See link to left of screen

Please find below a letter of introduction to Thy Kingdom Come from Justin Welby, The Archbishop of Canterbury.

For more information and resources on Thy Kingdom Come, please go to


Tim Harrold, 29/05/2017

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