The Archbishops of York and Canterbury are encouraging churches and Christians to get involved in Thy Kingdom Come, described as a ten-day Global Wave of Prayer from May 10-20.
And this year, at Bradford Cathedral, there will be a Thy Kingdom Come diocesan celebration on Sunday May 13th from 3pm – 6pm.
Castleford Choral Society will perform a special celebratory concert at Castleford All Saints on Saturday 14th April as part of the church's celebrations of the 150th Anniversary of its restoration in 1868.
Tickets are £10 and free for children. Available on the door or by phoning the Choral Society's secretary 01977 731521 - refreshments are included in the price.
Anna Raine will bring her unique blend of northern song, folk music and Celtic spirituality to All Saints Church, Normanton on Saturday 5 May from 7.30pm.
Writer, dancer, and a founder member of the Northumbria Community, Andy Raine, will read from his latest collection of poems The Places of the House that John Built - a cycle of 31 poems designed to take the listener on a journey starting in Nazareth and crossing the desert to the Celtic, in the small chapel to the two Northumbrian saints, St Aidan and St Oswald in Trinity Church, Ossett on Friday 4 May at 7.30pm