4th – 11th June 2017

Kendal Parish Church is preparing to join in a global wave of prayer. First initiated by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, Thy Kingdom Come week is urging all Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus Christ and to strengthen our lives through prayer.
Be a part of it!
We have LOTS of events taking place during this very special week, there is SOMETHING for EVERYONE!

Sunday 4 June
10.30am Combined Pentecost service followed by bring and share lunch in the Parish Hall.
Our new, wonderfully interactive Prayer Stations will be launched today. Suitable for all age groups, they have been designed to be both enjoyable and thought provoking. (A handout will also available for those who wish to read about the Prayer Stations but remain a little less interactive!)

Monday 5 June
9-9 Prayer Time. Can’t get to Church during the week? Try 30 minutes of prayer. It can be done at home, in your lunch break, out on a walk…anywhere!
See the link for helpful hints on prayer.
7pm Contemplative Prayer evening in the Parr Chapel. Explore the peace and calm that meditative prayer can bring in this absorbing workshop. Refreshments will be served afterwards.

Tuesday 6 June
7pm Men’s Group Meeting in the Vestry, “Our Faith and Working Lives” followed by sandwiches and refreshments at The Ring O Bells

Wednesday 7 June
10am Midweek Morning Prayer. Come and join a short, informal Communion Service followed by a selection of tasty continental breakfast treats served with tea or coffee.

Thursday 8 June
10.30am Book of Common Prayer Communion Service. Experience this quiet, deeply reverential service that is loved for the beauty of its language.
Prayer Labyrinth
Come and see our labyrinth which will be available today for you to explore. The Church will be open from 9am to 8pm to give everyone the opportunity to walk its lines, which are designed to facilitate prayer and meditation.
7.30pm Join an informal Communion service with time to explore the prayer stations. Perfect for busy working people to “stop the clock” and come into Church for some much needed quiet time. Refreshments will be served afterwards.

Friday 9 June
4.30pm – 6.00pm Children’s Prayer Party
A special time for the younger members of our congregation to come and learn more about prayer. All under 12’s are welcome to join us for food, fun and games!
6.30pm – 8.30pm We welcome our 12+ year youth group members to explore the Prayer Stations and share refreshments.
Trinity Sunday 11 June
Normal Sunday Service times will resume today when we can reflect and share our experiences of this special week and focus of the theme of the Trinity.