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The Christian Church is divided due to different interpretations of the faith and different religious practices. The ecumenical movement promotes dialogue and understanding between Christians and works for visible unity.


Prayer sustains our human relationship with God and may involve words (formal or informal) or be silent. Prayer can involve adoration (‘I love you’), confession (‘sorry’), thanksgiving and supplication (‘please’).

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Thy Kingdom Come

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May 9th - 19th

Thy Kingdom Come (TKC) is a global ecumenical prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension to Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus.

Since it began in May 2016,  God has grown TKC from a dream of possibility into a movement which unites more than a million Christians in prayer, in nearly 90% of countries worldwide, across 85 different denominations and traditions- so that friends and family, neighbours and colleagues might come to faith in Jesus Christ.

Every person, household and church is encouraged to pray during the 11 days in their own way.


Diocesan Meetings

This year there are going to be six in-person meetings, two in each archdeaconry, and four Zoom Gatherings (The link for which is below)


9 May Llanboidy:

Contact Revd Shirley Murphy Launch of TKC

10 May Zoom: Contact Archdeacon Farah

11 May Llanarth:

Contact Revd Beth Davies

12 May Zoom: Contact Archdeacon Farah

13 May Llansteffan:

Contact The Revd Canon Anne Howells

14 May Zoom: Contact Archdeacon Farah

15 May St Brides:

Contact Revd Samuel Patterson

16 May Tumble:

Contact Revd Lindy Morgan

17 May Aberystwyth St Mikes:

Contact Revd Cei Rees

18 May Zoom: Contact Archdeacon Farah

Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82783930170?pwd=REVsd1p1bzJwaWtSMGN6OXo0RXArUT09