While worship is still limited there are plenty of ways to explore your faith and worship at home in new ways.
You can follow the daily round of morning, evening and night prayer via the CofE website or you can download the App for your phone or tablet. You can choose either traditional or contemporary language to suit you.
Bishop Andrew has a video blog on YouTube called Going to Ground which is popular with many of our congregation
Rev Chat – two vicars in Dorset, Revd Jo and Revd David get together each week to chat for about 10 minutes about this coming Sunday’s Gospel reading: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnu2gEq229If6ohM822tnHWU0VAqdUoIG
Pray as you Go – a daily 15 minute reflection, with silence and music on the lectionary reading for the day. Web based and an app. pray-as-you-go.org/
Going for Growth – faith in the home resources for families – www.going4growth.com/growth_in_faith_and_worship/faith-in-the-home?bclid=IwAR0JPMr6W12KwWZn4G_sRXDRT1llKtf9nUU21v44x9j-arpUs-Jr1T5WwHs
‘roots on the web‘ is a lectionary based resource is available for free. Follow this link for families
and for adults at home follow this link
For people who don’t have access to online resources the Church of England have launched a phone service called Daily Hope. Read more here
- Sunday worship on the BBC can be found here…
- The BBC Daily Service is here…
- Living the Word, short reflections on each Sunday’s readings – livingtheword.org.nz/
Both Holy Trinity, Dilton Marsh and All Saints’ ,Westbury have active Facebook pages with regular reflections and thoughts to sustain us at home. Why not like and follow their pages so you don’t miss their posts!
Studying Mark’s Gospel with Bishop Bill in 12 sessions on YouTube
You might also like to consider following the online services provided by Salisbury Cathedral who are offering daily reflections and livestreamed services.