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This week's online service will celebrate God our shepherd. From the Wirksworth Team Ministry, Rev Carla Vicêncio Prior leads our worship for the Seventh Sunday after Trinity, including prayers, music and reflection.
Ven Hilary Dawson, Archdeacon of Gloucester, speaks in this extract from our Godparents' Sunday worship. For the Sixth Sunday after Trinity, Rev Canon Dr Sandra Millar leads our full online church service from St Mary de Crypt Church at Discover Decrypt, Gloucester, with prayer, music and reflection.
For the Fifth Sunday after Trinity, our online church service explores homelessness and rough sleeping. Led in worship by Rev Dr 'Bunmi Fagbemi from Holy Trinity Tottenham, we also hear from the Rt Rev Rob Wickham, Bishop of Edmonton and Chair of Housing Justice.
Join us in worship this week from Sunderland Minster. Celebrating Petertide and the call of God, Rev Canon Stuart Bain will lead our online church service of music, reflection and prayer.
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'.
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.
Fr Oliver Coss leads our worship for the First Sunday after Trinity. From All Saints' Northampton, this online church service celebrates Corpus Christi, the day of thanksgiving for the sacramental gifts of Christ’s body and blood in Holy Communion.
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.
Worship with us this Pentecost Sunday. In this week's service, with the Archbishop of York and Thy Kingdom Come, we pray for more people to find their joy within God's Church.
Warren Evans, CEO of Sports Chaplaincy UK, speaks in this extract from our service for National Sports Sunday. The full online service is led by James Lusted, Sports Chaplaincy UK Ambassador.