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/ 23 March 2020

Worship and prayer resources

In this section you will find links to the Church of England digital resources, TV and radio programmes, and a range of resources from London parishes.

Church of England resources

For prayer resources related to the pandemic, please take a look at the Church of England website.

Each day the Church of England also publishes audio and text of the day’s prayer.

#LiveLent: Care for God’s Creation is the Church of England’s Lent Campaign for 2020. With weekly themes shaped around the first Genesis account of creation, it explores the urgent need for humans to value and protect the abundance God has created. This daily audio content is available via app and daily emails. Sign up here.

All of the above content can be accessed through the Church’s smart speaker apps.

Other media

Television programmes

  • Songs of Praise Sundays at 1.15pm on BBC 1

Radio programmes
• Prayer for the Day daily at 5.43am on Radio 4
• Sunday Worship Sundays at 8.10am on Radio 4
• Daily Service Monday to Friday at 9.45am on Radio 4
• Lent Talks Wednesdays at 8.45pm on Radio 4
• Choral Evensong- Wednesdays at 3.30pm and the same service is
repeated Sundays at 3pm on BBC Radio 3

Other resources

Self-isolation prayer booklet

Together network – A resource which can be downloaded and printed out (and given to someone without internet access).

Resource churches which may have a range of online activities and worship

All Souls Langham Place

Christ Church Mayfair

Christ Church Roxeth Harrow

Hackney Church

KXC

St Barnabas Woodside Park

St Helen’s Bishopsgate

St John’s Southall

St Luke’s Kentish Town

St Martin in the Fields

St Mary’s Tottenham

St Michael Wood Green

St Nicholas Cole Abbey

St Paul’s Ealing

St Peter’s Fulham

St Peter’s Hammersmith

St Stephen’s Twickenham

General resources

Word on the Street – Even in times of crisis, the work of the church continues. This is a great resource to bring new ideas to your worship. These are things to continue to think about, even without traditional church worship.


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