Weekly online services
Celebrate the First Sunday of Christmas with us, joining this service in partnership with Church Army. "God is ever present, silently and patiently waiting, longing for us to respond once more to the gentle call of the Christ child."
Gather with us for Midnight Mass as we remember the birth of Jesus Christ into the world, led by the Bishop of Dover with a Christmas message from the Archbishop of Canterbury. Celebrate the first service of Christmas online from St Martin's, Canterbury, the oldest church in continuous use in the English speaking world, as we pray for God's comfort and joy to be born afresh in our lives.
This special service of lessons and carols is in partnership with Christian Aid. With participants from around the world, including Rt Rev Dr Rowan Williams and Dr Marianna Leite, the online service challenges us all to stand up for “righteousness and justice”.
Introduced by Rev Kate Bottley, this service for the Fourth Sunday of Advent is in partnership with Marie Curie. This online service pays tribute to those suffering from illness, bereavement and mental health setbacks.
The whole country is invited to join The Children’s Society’s first ever online National Christingle Service in partnership with the Church of England.
The service will include Royal President of The Children’s Society, HRH The Duchess of Gloucester, along with the Archbishop of Canterbury, who is sharing a message of support along with the charity’s Vice-Chair of Trustees, the Bishop of Derby, Libby Lane. Mark Russell, CEO of the The Children’s Society, shares the address.
HOPE Together lead the Comfort and Joy online service for the Second Sunday of Advent. The service is led by Rev Yemi Adedeji and Rachel Jordan-Wolf preaches on the theme of waiting.
Mark the First Sunday of Advent with this online Comfort and Joy service.
From St Martin in the Fields with Rev Sam Wells, the service observes the start of Advent with music, reflection and prayer.
This online service of Prayer For The Nation comes from Durham Cathedral. The service, marking Christ The King, is led by the Bishop of Durham, with contributions from the Dean of Durham.
Join us in celebrating friendships that cross continents, with this online service from the Anglican Communion.
This online service marks Remembrance Sunday. Led from the Royal Military Chapel by Rev John Vincent CF, the service honours those who gave their lives for the peace of our nation.