On Sunday mornings we premiere a recorded service on YouTube at 10am.
On Sunday evenings we worship at 5pm by Zoom, sign up for our email bulletin on our homepage to receive the link.
On BBC Radio 4 there is Sunday Worship at 8.10am. You can listen live, or later on the BBC Sounds app by following the links. The links also show back catalogues and other audio resources from the BBC, including a Daily Service at 9.45am Monday to Friday
You will find further prayer resources on the Church of England website here.
Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer are livestreamed at 8.30am and at 5.0pm Monday to Friday on our Facebook Page The prayers and readings used can be found here. The link also has the texts for Prayer During the Day and Compline. It is also possible to download Apps for these services for use on smartphones and tablets.
Other Prayer Resources
Whilst we are not able to gather routinely for public worship we have compiled booklets of prayers for use at home
Parish Community Reflections
Members of our church community have been composing reflections on the experience of 'Lockdown'.
We are storing them all in one place so you can find them BY CLICKING THIS LINK.
Daily Hope phone line
Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.
The line – which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 – has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind.
If you are missing hymns on Sunday morning have put together a YouTube playlist of music for Eastertide.
You can have a listen below. Let us know your suggestions for what to add next!
Keep checking back as we will be updating the page regularly.
Christ be with me, Christ within me,
Christ behind me, Christ before me,
Christ beside me, Christ to win me,
Christ to comfort and restore me.
Christ beneath me, Christ above me,
Christ in quiet, Christ in danger,
Christ in hearts of all that love me,
Christ in mouth of friend and stranger.
from St Patrick’s Breastplate