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The global prayer movement Thy Kingdom Come reached Christians in more than 170 countries in 2019 and 70% of those who took part felt more encouraged to share their faith. This year for the first time the Church of Scotland joined the prayer event which spanned the 11 days from Ascension to Pentecost.

Started by the Church of England in 2015, the ecumenical prayer movement began as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Anglican Communion to pray for more people to come to faith in Jesus during Ascension to Pentecost inspired by Acts 2. Since then the movement has grown fast, with millions of Christians across 65 traditions and denominations across the world taking part – hosting special worship services, prayer meetings, prayer walks, and continuous prayer sessions. Key findings from the 2019 feedback survey into the event include that Christians in 90% of countries took part, 70% of participants felt more encouraged to share their faith, 40% were taking part for the first time and 99% wish to be involved next year.

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