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Worship at home

Resources from the Connexion to enable people to worship in their own home are also available here, along with other useful links:

  • Special resources from Roots, who normally provide material for preachers preparing worship
  • Live-streamed services from Wesley's Chapel in London, and from Swan Bank Methodist Church in Burslem
  • Special Advent worship resources from JPIT:
    Advent Sunday, 29 November

Click here for an order of service from the Vine which you can use in your own home on Sunday

Click here for a brief act of worship in the absence of physical Communion services

Advent groups & activities - click here

Worship here and now:

Epsom Methodist Church, where Hannah de Bourcier (Gill's sister-in-law) works, are now preparing videos based around well-known Bible stories. Great if you or your family are feeling jaded after weeks of lockdown!  Hannah and Obadiah are taking the all age service live streaming from Epsom Methodist church on Sunday at 10am so there won’t be a separate video this week.  Last week's video, which is called "Abandoned", can be seen here.   See all their productions here.

For a URC perspective, take a look at Martyn Coe's video reflections here - along with details of URC online communion services

Sign up to be part of the (online) National Methodist Choir!  Record your contribution, or just watch & listen - click here for full details

Worship on the radio and TV and streamed online

Each Sunday at 10:30am, Grange Methodist Church will be streaming a service on Facebook.  You can go to the "Posts" section of their Facebook page here.  Don't worry if you have never used Facebook, just click on the picture to start the video playing.  When nothing is actually streaming live, you will find videos of past services which you can watch when you wish.  Links to previous Grange videos on YouTube, with a live feed during the service, can be found here.

Radio 4 Longwave also broadcasts a daily service Monday to Friday at 9.45am

A service is broadcast each Sunday on Radio Cumbria at 8am.  The broadcasts are available to "catch up" on BBC Sounds for up to 30 days - click here.  Good if you don't fancy listening at 8am!

Note that this will play the entire 3-hour programme; the service will start about 2 hours in, so you may want to drag the pointer at the foot of the screen to find the beginning.

Recent broadcasts still available:

  • Radio 4 8.10am Sunday Worship - catch up last 4 Sundays here
  • BBC 1 Sunday worship - catch up last 4 Sundays here
  • BBC 1 1.15pm Songs of Praise - catch up last 4 Sundays here

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