Everyday Faith Ideas

Everyday Prayer and Worship Resources:

Each weekend we will broadcast a 20 minute video with Sunday Bible reflection and prayer, pre-recorded by a variety of local clergy and lay people. There is also be a livestream of the Daily Offices said by our Community of the Tree of Life every weekday. See here for more details.

The Church of England's Time to Pray smart phone app has now been made available entirely free of change. Click here for more information.

The Prayer for the Day (audio or text message), and details of Alexa/Google smart speaker apps for daily reflections, can be found on the Church of England website along with further prayer resources here.

You can also tune in to daily and Sunday services broadcast on the BBC by clicking here. 

Our Diocesan Board of Education (DBE) is supporting teachers, governors, and clergy and lay ministers in their work with vulnerable pupils and key worker families at almost 100 local church schools and academies across the city and county. Please pray for all of them. DBE is also collating resources for our church school communities including Prayers for the Day Alone Together compiled by Area Dean, Revd Alison Booker. 

Morning Prayer for Sundays from 29 March - 5 April

If during the period we’re not able to go to church in the normal way you’d like to stay connected with the Church of England’s rhythm of prayer, here are the Sunday readings for Passiontide (29 March and 5 April) and for Eastertide (from 12 April until 17 May) including some intercessions and details of the Psalm and Bible readings for each Sunday.

Why not say Morning and Evening Prayer at home, either on your own or with your family. You can follow Anglican Morning, Day, Evening and Night Prayer each day here.

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