St Alban's Church

Churchill Parken 6, Langelinie, DK 1263, Copenhagen, Denmark | Map


Today is: Tuesday 27th, 2022

Thy Kingdom Come

Posted on Sunday 26th May, 2019

Dear Friends 

I would like to invite each and everyone of you to join me in prayer. “Don’t we do that every Sunday” I hear you ask? 

This time I am asking you to join a global prayer movement. Archbishops Justin Welby and John Sentamu have designated the 11 days between Ascension Day and Pentecost as a special time, for us to pray for five individuals we know, that they may have an encounter with Christ. Prayer to Transform the world. I think we all agree that our world is in need of change. We often pray on Sunday for God to relieve us from “injustice, fear, hunger and oppression”. What better way to bring about transformation than to bring people to Christ?

The days between Ascension Day and Pentecost have always been infused with expectation and anticipation, as Jesus’ first followers devoted themselves to prayer (Acts 1:9-14). 
During these 11 days, I hope each of you will:

You will see a sign outside St Alban’s inviting people to Come in and Pray. This welcome extends beyond our doors, to our many visitors from all over the world who stop by St Alban’s for a few minutes or a few months. You will see materials for your own use, including individual prayer journals as well as family activities. Social media will light up with #TKC19. You will see a prayer screen in the Lady Chapel where you can place your prayers on colored paper. We offer these resources so you and your family may find your own way to spend this particular time in renewed prayers for our world, for the people in it who may not have experienced the saving power and redemptive love of our Lord Jesus. 

Our chaplaincy is truly an international community, and perfectly suited to join this global prayer movement. I hope you will join in and encourage others to do so

With my own prayer

The Revd M Smitha Prasadam
Chaplain for St Alban's Church Copenhagen (with Aarhus)

"O The Lord is risen.  Alleluia.  O Sing out and praise the Lord, alleluia.(Taize)
O Surrrexit Christus. Alleluia. O Cantate Domino alleluia

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