Service related articles
Join us for a farewell service for The Archbishop of York who will be joined by representatives of charities he founded, BBC News presenter Huw Edwards and Tariro Matsveru, a student at Cranmer Hall.
Church Mission Society lead this online church service to mark the Third Sunday after Trinity. With Cathy Ross and Jonny Baker, the service of prayer, music and reflection explores Mark 4.35-41 and 'the other side of the lake'.
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.
Our service this week marks the fourth anniversary of the Grenfell fire. Led by Rev Gareth Wardell, our online worship comes from St Clement and St James Church, and includes a sermon from the Rt Rev Dr Graham Tomlin, Bishop of Kensington.
Worship with us this Trinity Sunday. Led by Rev Rebecca Mathew, vicar of St Nicholas Church, Allestree and St Paul’s, Quarndon in the Diocese of Derby, our sermon from Rev Shemil Mathew, Chaplain for Oxford Brookes University, explores the Trinity and how we are reminded of our own relationships, communities and global networks.
Join us for a service of prayer, remembrance and hope. Following the death of HRH Prince Philip, the Archbishop of Canterbury leads this service from the chapel at Lambeth Palace.
Join the Clewer Initiative as we explore the steps we can take and prayers we can pray to end slavery.
Join us for this week's national service from the Diocese of Bath and Wells. The Service of the Word for Bible Sunday is led by chaplains Becky Cox and Rev Mike Haslam.
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.
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Commission on Housing, Church and Community is looking at various different ways in which churches can meet housing need. This week, Mark Bennet, Team Rector at Thatcham in Berkshire, explains why we should hold almshouses in a higher regard.