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Rev Fergus Butler-Gallie leads Morning Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer for this online service. His sermon reflects on how we are never alone and that God walks with us through life's journey.
This online service is led by the community of Mucknell Abbey, located near Worcester, in the West Midlands.The Abbey is part of the Order of St Benedict, and the service includes contributions from Sister Jessica, Brother Stuart, Brother Adrian, Sister Gregory and Brother Thomas.
This week's online service is led by Rev Dr Lee Gatiss, the Director of Church Society. In his sermon, Lee reflects on God's kindness and mercy. The prayers are led by Ros Clarke, with readings from Gideon Emmanuel and Niv Lobo.
This week's service comes from the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. Fr Kevin Smith presides at the Mass, with Bishop Philip North preaching on how Jesus feeds us so that we can go and feed a hungry world. The music is provided by CJM and the prayers are led by the Holborn Group.
Join our online service, this week from the Diocese in Europe.Filmed at Holy Trinity Brussels, the service reflects on the theme that nothing can separate us from the love of God.
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.