Worship at Home

Weekly podcast from our Chaplain, Revd. Paul Brice

Paul’s weekly podcast is emailed the Chaplains distribution list and posted to the Prayer and Worship page, every Sunday morning.

Weekly Church of England video service.
Published on YouTube at 10:00 CET
Watch weekly online worship services from across the Church of England.
Click here to go to the Church of England Website for more information
Click here to go to the Church of England YouTube channel

On-line service from St Ursula’s, Berne
Click here and follow the link to the weekly online service, including all readings, hymns and sermons, from the Revd. Helen Marshall, of St Ursula’s in Berne.

Daily prayers from Canterbury Cathedral. 
Services are live-streamed each day, or available to watch later
Morning Prayer with Dean Robert, from the Deanery Garden, by 10.30 (UK time)
Evening Reflection by 17.30
Choral Evensong at 17.30
Sunday Eucharist at 10.30
Click here to go to the Cathedral on-line worship page
Click here to go to the Cathedral YouTube channel

Weekly Services from York Minster
Eucharist and Evensong live every Sunday from York Minster, and occasionally Evensong on a Saturday.
Click here to go to the Minster YouTube Channel. 
Look closely, and you may spot our chaplains daughter, Tasha or her husband Ben who is Assistant Director of Music at York Minster.

Sunday Eucharist from St Dunstan’s, Cheam
Our former Honorary Assistant Chaplain, Dr Revd. Nick Peacock returned to the UK in 2019, to take up post as Team Rector for St Dunstan’s, St Albans & St Oswalds, in Cheam Surrey, where services are live-streamed, or available to watch later. 
Click here to go to the St Dunstan’s on-line worship page
Click here to go to the YouTube channel

Sunday service from Radio Four
Broadcast on Radio 4 at 09:10 CET
Click here for more information and links to listen to Sunday morning service on BBC Radio 4

Choral Evensong, from the BBC
Broadcast on Radio 3 at 16:00 CET
If you missed the service during the week, it is repeated on Sunday evenings.
Click here for more information and to listen again on-line.

Songs of Praise on BBC1 television
Broadcast on BBC1 at 14:15 CET
Inspiring hymns and songs, together with stories of faith from around the UK and beyond
Click here for more information and links to watch on-line.

Going for Growth from the Church of England
Faith isn’t something to be learned in church – it’s to be lived out at home. But it isn’t always easy for families to know how to pray together or tell the stories of Jesus together.
Click here for links and ideas to help families be Christian in their whole lives, not just the Sunday bit! 

A structure for family worship at home
When it isn’t possible to join with the local church, this outline is designed to help you have a short time of worship as a household.
Click here for a simple service that you can follow at home, along with links to songs and craft ideas for smaller children.
Compiled by the Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England

Church at home for Families
Compiled by the Diocese of Portsmouth to help children & young people worship at home.
These resources, for families with children aged 4-11 years, can help you to hold a time of Sunday worship at home, or to worship and explore faith at another time during the week. All the activities use things you will hopefully have around your home.

Diddy Disciples church at home
Worship and story telling resources for babies, toddlers and young children. Packed with ideas to reflect on the stories through craft and art.
Click here to choose a story and let the audio track lead you in telling the stories together.
Visit the Diddy Disciples Facebook page for more videos and resources from “Diddy Disciples” author Rev Sharon Moughtin-Mumby.

Kids Sunday school on-line
Kids Sunday School Place is an online source for children’s Sunday school curriculum and ministry resources that include material for both grade school and preschool.
Click here to go to the crafts, ideas, games,resources, drama and more.

Virtual Sunday School
YouTube channel for younger children, recommended by the Diocese of Worcester.
With episodes and new sessions published each week, with story-telling, crafts and a whole lot of fun.
Click here to go to the programme listing on YouTube

In these uncertain times we are committed more than ever to carrying out our mission.
We can only do this with your continued support. Whilst people are unable to attend church there is less offertory collection and without the community centre rental, there has been a significant reduction in our income.

If you are not attending church at the moment, please consider making a donation, if you are able, so that we can continue to operate in such difficult times.

Payments can be made via TWINT or bank transfer (See payments page here).
You may wish to consider pledging a regular amount, which helps us to plan and make best possible use of the income, please contact the Treasurer (in confidence) at treasurerzurich@anglican.ch