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  1. Three people involved with the weekly service

    Sunday before Lent

    27/02/2022

    Worship with us today, on the Sunday before Lent.

    Rev Robb Sutherland, from Holy Nativity Church, Mixenden and Illingworth, North Halifax, leads the service and preaches about The Transfiguration.

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  2. Rev Richard Allen on a life boat holding open a book

    Jesus calms the storm

    20/02/2022

    Worship with us today, the Second Sunday before Lent.

    Rev Richard Allen, from The Benefice of Trelawny, Cornwall, leads the service, and is preaching about Jesus calming the storm

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  3. Rev Grace Thomas stood behind an alter

    Racial Justice Sunday

    13/02/2022

    Worship with us today, from St Anne’s Church, Clifton, in the Diocese of Manchester.

    Rev Grace Thomas will be leading the service, and sharing about Racial Justice.

    1 min read
  4. Headshots of people involved with the weekly service

    Fourth Sunday before Lent

    06/02/2022

    Worship with us this Sunday, the Fourth Sunday before Lent, and the 70th Anniversary of the Accession of Her Majesty the Queen.


    This week's service comes from St Albans Cathedral, and is led by Rev Calum Zuckert, who will be sharing about calling and vocation.

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  5. Headshot of Rev. Mark Nam

    A Service of the Word for the Fourth Sunday of Epiphany and Lunar New Year

    30/01/2022

    Worship with us today, the Fourth Sunday of Epiphany, as we celebrate God's radical hospitality.


    This week's service comes from churches across the Diocese of Bristol, and the Tea House Network, and is led by Rev. Mark Nam, United Church Longwell Green and St. Anne’s Oldland Common, and other clergy of Chinese heritage from the Diocese.

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    The Third Sunday of Epiphany

    23/01/2022

    Worship with our online community, wherever you are this week. Our national online service comes from the Chapel at Church House, Westminster. This service has been manually subtitled and has BSL interpretation.

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  7. Contributors to our weekly online service.

    The Second Sunday of Epiphany

    16/01/2022

    Led by Rev Canon Tiffer Robinson and filmed at St Nicholas Church, Rattlesden, the theme for this service is the God who transforms our poverty into the riches of his grace.

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  8. Headshots of 4 people involved with the weekly service

    The 100th national online service

    09/01/2022

    “As God is with us in Christ and the Holy Spirit, so we are glad to be with God and one another through the gift of the internet." - Rev Dr Sam Wells. Thousands of local churches have provided online services since 2020, and hundreds have led our national online worship. Join us from St Martin-In-The-Fields to mark the 100th national online service. Our intercessions are led by the online community who join us from their homes each week and St Martin's Voices lead our sung worship.

    1 min read
  9. Contributors to the Epiphany 2022 online service.

    The Feast of Epiphany

    02/01/2022

    Start the New Year with a service from St Albans Cathedral celebrating the Feast of Epiphany.

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  10. Headshots of 2 people involved with the weekly service

    Morning Prayer for the Feast of Stephen

    26/12/2021

    Join us for a service of Morning Prayer for the Feast of Stephen. Worship at Tewkesbury Abbey with Rev Catherine Williams, wherever you are today.

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