During the Pentecost weekend there was a festival of Tents on the Green, with 48 hours of worship, involving a worship vigil through the Friday & Saturday nights inside the Cathedral. There was a youth tent, and a families tent for those with children – along with the Bouncy Cathedral and extra activities on the Saturday.
Images from Tents on the Green 2017 are available here.
There are still many ways to get involved with Thy Kingdom Come and take part in mission across the diocese. Find out more about getting involved in Thy Kingdom Come in 2017
As we pray ‘Thy Kingdom Come’, we anticipate that God will use us to help answer our own prayers. He will give us opportunities to witness to Him with the people we have been praying for. The Archbishop of Canterbury has launched a new training resource aimed at helping Christians to share their faith, which can be found on the Mission Action page.
If you’re on social media, you can find out more about Thy Kingdom Come on the Diocesan Twitter stream or Facebook page (both called @CofEWinchester). Please help to spread the word, and find out how other people are joining in, using the hashtags #thykingdomcome and #pledge2pray.