Worship Resources

Whilst we may not physically be able to meet together in worship, there are alternatives that can help.  The BBC still offers Songs of Praise on a Sunday (usually at 1.15pm); there are several times offered on radio - Pause for Thought on Radio 2 at 12.45 pm, 3.45am, 5.45am, & 9.20am; Prayer for the Day on Radio 4 (Monday to Saturday) at 5.43am; Thought for the Day on Radio 4 (Monday to Saturday) at 7.48am & The Daily Service on Radio 4 (Monday to Friday) at 9.45am.  On Sunday there is Good Morning Sunday on Radio 2 from 6am to 9am & Sunday Worship on Radio 4 at 8.10am.


The Methodist Church will also be producing weekly worship sheets for people to use at home on the website at:  https://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/worship/singing-the-faith-plus/seasons-and-themes/worship-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic/

A new 'Dial A Prayer' service has been launched: Content is updated weekly on Thursday afternoon. Listen to a prayer: 0808 281 2514; Listen to news: 0808 281 2478.

A weekly update from the Newcastle upon Tyne District, which includes links to several useful resources, can be found here. Click on the links below to find some resources mentioned in the document:

The Lectio Divina sheet for week commencing 24th May 2020 can be found here

A Worship sheet for Pentecost can be found here

The Lectio Divina sheet for week commencing 31st May 2020 can be found here

The United Reformed Church will be offering worship every Sunday at 10 am in a radio/podcast format. Go to https://devotions.urc.org.uk/ to register for the Sunday Service email containing an order of service.


Both the Methodist Church & the United Reform Church also have daily Bible readings both online & via the prayer handbook.

The following link can also be used for worship resources: www.rootsontheweb.com/

Not everyone has access to the internet but perhaps those who have could print resources for other members of their community to use.

 During this time when we are unable to meet together for worship it is important that we continue to care for one another. 

If you are a pastoral visitor then please keep in regular contact via telephone or letter.

And remember that 'Not Everything Is Cancelled!'