As there will be no services of public worship at St Mary’s for a while, here are some pointers for where you might find inspiration in these strange and troubled times.
Knowing others are praying too will be a help to so many of us.
Deborah will be holding a service at 10.00am each Sunday from her home using Zoom, a free video communications app. You will be most welcome to join her.
|Seven Whole Days – a passage from Scripture, photograph and prayer for each day of the week|
|#LiveLent: Care for God’s Creation||The Church of England’s Lent campaign for 2020. With weekly themes shaped around the first Genesis account of creation, it explores the urgent need for humans to value and protect the abundance God has created. This daily audio content is available via the app and daily emails.|
|Time to Pray app||Everything you need for prayer during the day with variations according to the day of the week and the season of the Church’s year.|
|BBC’s Daily Service and Sunday Worship||Radio programmes will be using some of the themes from #LiveLent as part of their broadcasts.|
|Prayer for the Day||Each day the Church of England publishes audio and text of the Prayer for the Day.|
|Hymn for the Day||Each day the Royal School of Church Music will choose a hymn for the day|
|Smart speakers||Daily prayer and #LiveLent audio content can be accessed via your smart speaker apps|
|Prayer||An article by Paddy Walker-Taylor|
|Service of spiritual communion||A service for use at any time|
|The Manchester Passion||Performed in Manchester and shown on the BBC in 2006|
|The Wintershall Passion||Performed in Trafalgar Square in 2019|
|Light a candle||On the Church of England website, you can light a candle in memory of someone you have loved and lost|
|Prayer wall||Add your prayer to this prayer wall on The Methodist Church website|
|St Albans Cathedral||Liturgies and reflections|
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