St Barnabas, Sutton, have benefited from Thy Kingdom Come grant funding.

Below are some examples of how Thy Kingdom Come has been celebrated at St Barnabas.


From the autumn 2019 St Barnabas Sutton magazine:


From the summer 2020 St Barnabas Sutton magazine:


Thy Kingdom Come is the worldwide prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension to Pentecost. Since its launch by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York in 2016, Christians from 172 countries and 65 denominations have taken part in praying for friends and family to come to faith in Jesus Christ.

The call across the church is to set these days apart to pray, and for each individual to pray for 5 people to come to know the love of Jesus Christ. To obtain resources go to

If you just want the text of daily Prayer Journal and have not already received from another source, please email the editor at [email protected].

Tune: Tell out my Soul


Thy kingdom come. Lord, teach us how to pray
For all to know Your joy, Your peace and love,
and know Your friendship each and ev’ry day.
The breath of Christ, the Father’s gentle love.

Thy kingdom come. Christ’s prayer to make us one
that all may know the Father sent the Son.
To celebrate the victory He has won,
In love and grace, we pray, ‘Thy will be done.’

Thy kingdom come. We pray for those we know
To turn and follow You for all their days,
And in Your love find peace and service grow,
Our one desire and hope, Your highest praise!

Thy kingdom come. Transform our human ways;
our lives laid down in mercy, truth and care.
Nations renewed in giving thanks and praise;
To see God’s kingdom, this is our prayer.

Thy kingdom come! We praise Your holy name.
Your sacrifice and rising set us free,
that by our words and lives we may proclaim,
by Jesus’ risen life, God’s victory!