Prayer and Worship during COVID 19 Pandemic

We are open weekdays between 9am and 1pm for private prayer and foodbank donations.  We comply with NHS Test, Track and Trace , social distance,  face coverings and hand hygiene in order to keep our visitors and congregation safe.  For those who wish to worship from home we have put together the following list of resources to help us pray at home.

Fr Jeremy has provided short videos as follows:

Second Sunday before Advent 

Remembrance Sunday

Here is an order of service for making a Spiritual Communion at home.

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Church of England – Daily Hope Phone Line  0800 804 8044  – Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services  at the end of a telephone line.

Prayer Resources from the Diocese of Rochestervarious resources are available on the Diocesan website.

Apps and Websites

Common Worship: Daily Prayer

Find complete services for Morning, Evening and Night Prayer from the Church of England with this official Daily Prayer app.


App: Free

 Common Worship: Time to pray

Time to Pray: Prayer During the Day from the Church of England provides a pattern of prayer and daily Bible reading that is simple yet profound.


App: 99p per year.

 Pray as you go app and website

Designed to be accessible wherever you are, this includes music, scripture and questions for reflection, based on the Daily Eucharist Lectionary.


App: Free

 Sacred Space app and website

Spiritual freedom, a deeper relationship with Jesus, and

finding God in all things are three basic precepts of Ignatian Spirituality.


App: Free

 Lectio 365

Lectio 365 is a daily devotional resource that helps you pray the bible every day.

App: Free

 Soultime: a Christian Meditation app

Soultime is a Christian meditation app for daily meditations, relaxation and anxiety relief.

App: some content is free, a subscription is required to access all content


Northumbria Community

On-line versions of Celtic daily prayer: Morning, midday, evening and compline.



Centering prayer:

Centering Prayer is a method of silent prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of contemplative prayer, prayer in which we experience God’s presence within us.

App: Free



Organise your prayer life with this straightforward and distraction-free app.

App: Free


Television and Radio Broadcasts


Songs of Praise

BBC 1, Sunday 1:15pm


Sunday Service

BBC Radio 4, Sundays, 8:10am


Daily Service

BBC Radio 4, Monday-Friday, 9:45am

Thought for the Day

BBC Radio 4, Monday-Friday 7:45am

Choral Evensong

BBC Radio 3, Wednesdays, 3:30pm, repeated Sundays, 3:00pm

(All BBC Radio programs are available for catch up online)

Live streamed services

Live streamed events – A Church Near You

Churches across the country are live streaming events such as services, Bible studies and prayer meetings. Join a service or event wherever you are from one of our 16,500 churches.