Worship at home
Resources from the Connexion to enable people to worship in their own home are also available
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
- Spiritual sustenance for those in isolation - click here
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
Worship to watch online:
- The service streamed from Kirby Lonsdale on Sunday 28 February, featuring the President of Conference, Rev. Richard Teal, can be found here.
- The Ulverston Methodist Church Youtube channel is home to:
- Ulverston morning services from 28 Feb 2021, held via Zoom and streamed live
- Video services prepared by Rev. Graham Ransom from Christmas Day to 14 February
- Services from 6 to 20 December streamed live from Ulverston Methodist Church
- All Graham's services from Easter until 22 November 2020 can be found on his channel here.
(Palm Sunday, 5 April, and Graham's earlier videos, can still be found on Facebook.)
- Epsom Methodist Church, where Hannah de Bourcier (Gill's sister-in-law) is based, are producing videos aimed at children based on well-known Bible stories. Their latest, called "FEEDING John's Gospel", is here. See all their previous productions here.
- Continuing Deacon Maggie Patchett's initiative, a service is produced each week to use onscreen, or download & print for home use: in PDF or Word format.
next Sunday, 11 April Supplied by Hazel Edmondson
4 April (Easter Sunday) Supplied by Rev. Graham Ransom
Sunday 28 March (Palm Sunday) Supplied by Paulette Bissell
Sunday 21 March Supplied by Andrew Lockley
Sunday 14 March Supplied by John Biggs
Sunday 7 March Supplied by Gillian Ransom
Sunday 28 February Supplied by Rev. Graham Ransom
Sunday 21 February Supplied by Dare Holland
Sunday 14 February or here in Word format. Supplied by Deacon Maggie Patchett
Sunday 7 February Supplied by Paulette Bissell
Sunday 31 January Supplied by Deacon Maggie Patchett
Sunday 24 January Supplied by John Biggs
Sunday 17 January 2021 Supplied by Deacon Maggie Patchett
Sunday 10 January 2021 Supplied by Andrew Lockley
Sunday 3 January 2021 Supplied by Ralph Penny-Larter
- Orders of service produced by the URC are being supplied by Rev Lis Mullen:
For Sunday 11 April - supplied by David Lamb
For Sunday 4 April (Easter Sunday) - supplied by Moira Rose
For Friday 2 April (Good Friday) - supplied by Rev Dave Harkison
For Thursday 1 April (Maundy Thursday) - supplied by Rev Dave Harkison
For this Sunday, 28 March (Palm Sunday) - supplied by Rev Lis Mullen
For this Sunday, 21 March - supplied by Pam Noonan
For last Sunday, 14 March - supplied by Judith Bartlett
For Sunday 7 March - supplied by Ralph Penny-Larter
For Sunday 28 February - supplied by John Costello
For Sunday 21 February - supplied by Pam Carpenter
For Sunday 14 February - supplied by Rev Lis Mullen
For Sunday 7 February - supplied by David Lamb
For Sunday 31 January - supplied by Moira Rose
For Sunday 17 January - supplied by Rev Dave Harkison
For Sunday 10 January - supplied by Rev Lis Mullen
Sign up to be part of the (online) National Methodist Choir! Record your contribution, or just watch & listen - click here for full details
- For video services with a URC perspective, take a look at Martyn Coe's reflections here - along with details of URC online communion services - or visit the Carver page
- For details of URC events online over the Easter period, click here
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Streamed live online
From 21st February, the First Sunday in Lent, Ulverston Methodist Church will
stream its services live via Zoom, rather than simply upload them to
Youtube. Click to view the live streams:
- Sunday 11 April 10.30am
Each Sunday at 10:30am, Grange Methodist Church streams a service on Facebook from the Manse. There will also be streamed services on Maundy Thursday, 1 April, at 7pm and on Good Friday, 2 April, at 12 noon. 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.
If you don't like Facebook, you can watch live here, where you will also find videos of past services on YouTube which you can watch when you wish.
Worship on the radio and TVA 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.
Radio 4 Longwave also broadcasts a daily service Monday to Friday at 9.45am
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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