Worship 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.
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.
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, Justin Welby, has launched a free national phone line as a simple new way to bring worship and prayer into people’s homes.
The Archbishop of Canterbury will call for “a resurrection of our common life,” during his Easter Sunday sermon.
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.
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.
A free phone line offering hymns, prayers, and reflections to tens of thousands of callers after church buildings closed because of the coronavirus is to continue despite moves to ease the lockdown restrictions.
The Church of England’s online weekly service will hear a call for action to build a fairer world ahead of a minute’s silence to lament the racism experienced by the Windrush generation and other black and UK minority ethnic people.
Rev Chris, vicar of St Saviour’s in Wendell Park, will lead this week's national online service, exploring the welcome that God offers us to experience His love.