Weekly online services
Students from Eastern Region Ministry Course (ERMC) and Ridley Hall in Cambridge and St Hild College in Mirfield, West Yorkshire, will explore what it means to minister through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Chaplains from a hospital and a hospice join the newly-elected Archbishop of York as he leads worship from York Minster for the Church of England’s weekly online service.
Led by Rev Helen Dearnley, the service comes from HMPs Stocken, Low Newton and Pentonville.
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.
Join our weekly service, led by Father Andrew Moughtin-Mumby, Rector of St Peter's Church, Walworth. Recognising Windrush Day, the online service includes a minute’s silence to lament the racism experienced by the Windrush generation and other black and minority ethnic people.
Jesus is the ‘healing balm’ and our answer in the face of the hardest of blows inflicted by poverty, racism and other suffering, the Church of England’s online service will hear this week, in a service broadcast by an east London church.
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.
Pentecost Sunday service with the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, UK Church leaders and a message from His Holiness Pope Francis
Join our national Pentecost Sunday service with the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, UK Church leaders and a message from His Holiness Pope Francis.
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.
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.