LINKS TO SERVICES AND ON-LINE RESOURCES

Last updated on 10 April 2021.

This page will contain a list of On-line and other services and resources from external sources that you may find helpful.  Details of services within the Team can be found on our Services page, including a link to 2 all-age pre-recorded services for Good Friday and Easter Day.  Should you require past items that have been posted please email admin@corshamandlacockchurches.org.uk

Latest Team News – issue 16 of 2021 dated 11 April 21

Services from Malmesbury, Bristol, Salisbury and Wells
Malmesbury Abbey on-line services: https://www.malmesburyabbey.com/services/
Salisbury Cathedral service: www.salisburycathedral.org.uk/live
Wells Cathedral service: https://www.wellscathedral.org.uk/worship/live-streamed-services/
Bristol Cathedral: http://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/faith-worship/special-services/

Daily prayer resource from Thy Kingdom Come.  Whether you are new to ‘structured’ prayer or an old hand, you are invited to try praying with us for the period between Ascension and Pentecost. We hope you may find in it a spiritual rhythm which will nourish your heart and keep prayer on your lips, enabling you to become part of a global wave of prayer. That rhythm might take the form of saying both Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer. Or you might start with just Prayer During the Day – suitable for any time of day – followed, perhaps, by Night Prayer.  For booklet click here – CW Daily Prayer for Thy Kingdom Come (Please note that if printing this it is 27 A4 pages).

The Church of England has a new telephone number to ring to hear daily hymns, prayers and reflections – ideal if you do not have a computer (Please pass this to anyone you know like this)  0800 804 8044.  More info here:https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-parishes/daily-hope-phone-line
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https://www.alonetogether.org.uk/.  These online resources are offered to help people live through the coronavirus pandemic. Their special quality is that they don’t come from theories; they all come from those with experience of social distancing or isolation, people who have lived this reality either intentionally like monks and nuns or against their will like hostages or the housebound. This is a new and difficult journey for most people but experienced guides give us hope along the way. As the pandemic unfolds, more resources will be added.

On-Line video resources             (Scroll down for other resources)
You can find some daily services here: https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-service-daily-prayer
and here: https://www.stpaulsweb.org.uk/welcome.htm
or here: https://www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org/
and here : https://www.bathabbey.org/
A daily refection with music can be found here: https://pray-as-you-go.org/

Miss singing hymns? Fancy singing in the privacy of your own home?  The RSCM is offering a Hymn for the day and Sunday Self Services: https://www.rscm.org.uk/our-resources/hftd/

Concerned about mental health?  This resource contains thirteen daily reflections written by Professor Chris Cook and accompanied by “have a go” habits developed by Ruth Rice.: https://www.churchofengland.org/faith-action/mental-health-resources/supporting-good-mental-health/supporting-good-mental-health

The United Reformed Church offering to be found at http://devotions.urc.org.uk  You subscribe to receive daily devotions by email which can simply be read or listened to in podcast form and then, during the current situation, each Sunday there is a complete service which again can be read or there is a link to an audio version.

Other resources are available on the Church of England website at: www.churchofengland.org

PRAYERS in a PANDEMIC Our former Team Vicar has put together a booklet which contains some simple acts of worship, a number of prayers to use, some suggested readings, and some ways of using TV, radio, or the internet to join in on services. View or Download here: PRAYING IN A PANDEMIC