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The Duke of Cambridge is urging people who are concerned about their mental health to start a conversation, in this week's national online service.
The Archbishop of York is to be joined by representatives of charities he founded in the weekly online service for the Church of England marking his last day as Archbishop of York.
The Duke of Cambridge will urge people who are concerned about their mental health or that of others to reach out and start a conversation, in a contribution to this Sunday’s Church of England national online service, marking the end of Mental Health Awareness Week.
BBC Songs of Praise presenter and former Gogglebox star Kate Bottley is to lead the Church of England’s national online broadcast this week from her home with a church service interpreted into British Sign Language (BSL) for the deaf community.
Key workers will speak of how their Christian faith has helped give them strength to serve others during the coronavirus pandemic.
Join us for this week's service, led by the Revd Canon Dr Crispin Pailing, Rector of Liverpool and Revd Canon Dr Rowena Pailing from Blackburn Cathedral.
Join our celebration of nurses and healthcare workers in our online service this week with the Bishop of London and former Chief Nursing Officer Sarah Mullally.
Join our national Pentecost Sunday service with the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, UK Church leaders and a message from His Holiness Pope Francis.
This week's service is led by BBC Songs of Praise presenter and former Gogglebox star Rev Kate Bottley, with Christian Aid's Chine McDonald preaching and prayers signed using BSL by Carolyn Denmark. The service is interpreted throughout using BSL by Gill Behenna.
To mark Vocations Sunday, we'll hear from NHS paramedic Matt, speaking about his vocation and sense of hope. Tak Muriro, a recent graduate who has begun his vocation journey with the Ministry Experience Scheme, will lead prayers.