Service related articles

  1. 24/05/2020

    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.

  2. 15/05/2020

    An actor, a GP and a palliative care nurse are among contributors to the Church of England national online service this weekend to be broadcast from Liverpool and Blackburn in Lancashire.

  3. 19/03/2020

    Archbishop of Canterbury to lead a national broadcast as the Church of England responds to the challenge of becoming a “different sort of church” in the face of the challenge of coronavirus.

  4. 09/04/2020

    The Archbishop of Canterbury will call for “a resurrection of our common life,” during his Easter Sunday sermon.

  5. 30/04/2020

    Singers from one of the leading churches in the capital are to record hymns and songs each week for use by clergy and church leaders livestreaming services.

  6. 23/03/2020

    The Church of England attracted its largest ‘congregation’ ever yesterday, in spite of the suspension of public worship in its churches to stem the spread of coronavirus.

  7. 21/03/2020

    The Church of England is preparing to take the church into people’s homes – through TV screens, laptops, computers and mobile phones – ahead of the first Sunday without public worship.

  8. 20/05/2020

    Bishop Stephen Geoffrey Cottrell will be confirmed as the 98th Archbishop of York at 11am on Thursday 9 July 2020, in an online service.

  9. 22/05/2020

    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.

  10. 24/04/2020

    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.