To get started, just follow the instructions for your device below:
"Alexa, open the Church of England"
"Hey Google, talk to the Church of England"
Latest update for Thy Kingdom Come (21 May 2020 to 31 May 2020)
Join in with Thy Kingdom Come on your devices by listening to each of our full daily services:
"Ask the Church of England to play Thy Kingdom Come"
Latest update for Daily Services
This update brings you daily services of Prayer During the Day (for use at any time) and Night Prayer (Compline) to join thousands virtually praying together in homes across the world.
"Ask the Church of England for today’s Time to Pray" or "for today’s service"
Ask the Church of England…
- About christenings
- About Church of England funerals
- About church weddings
- About the Bible
- About the Church of England
- About the Holy Spirit
- For a family prayer
- For a grace before meals
- For a night prayer
- For a prayer for morning
- For an evening prayer
- For my nearest church
- For the Ten Commandments
- For today's prayer
- For today’s video
- How to become a Christian
- How to pray
- To find churches near...(town)
- To read a night prayer
- To read me the Apostle's Creed
- To read me The Beatitudes
- To read me The Lord's Prayer
- What a Christian is
- What Christians believe
- What faith is?
- What Holy Communion is
- What it means to believe in God
- Who God is?
- Who Jesus Christ is
- Who the Archbishop of Canterbury is
- Who the Archbishop of York is
Our smart speaker apps are integrated closely with A Church Near You to help you find out about services and events going on close to where you are throughout the year.
The apps also seek to increase users' knowledge of the Christian faith by answering questions such as:
- What is the Bible?
- Who is God?
- What is a Christian?
Many of the answers draw on material from the Pilgrim discipleship course and The Pilgrim Way: A Short Guide to the Christian Faith which also feature in the Our Faith section of this site.
Watch the Archbishop of York ask for The Lord's Prayer
Watch Chine and baby Keir ask for a Grace before a meal
Our future plans
This is an ongoing project, built jointly by the Church’s Digital and Church House Publishing teams with specialist developer Aimer Media Ltd. We’re planning to ensure users can find more answers to faith questions and to explore on other platforms in the future.