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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
  • 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  Ulverston Methodist Church Youtube channel is home to most services streamed via Zoom or from the church, now available as recordings. 
  • The  Grange Methodist Church Youtube channel is home to most services streamed from the Manse or from the church, now available as recordings. 
  • For current streams, see below
  • All Graham's services from Easter until 22 November 2020 can be found on his channel here.
  • Epsom Methodist Church, where Hannah de Bourcier (Gill's sister-in-law) is based, produced a series of videos aimed at children based on well-known Bible stories.  See all their productions here. 


  • For video services with a URC perspective, take a look at Martyn Coe's reflections here , or visit the Carver page
Sign up to be part of the (online) National Methodist Choir!  Record your contribution, or just watch & listen - click here for full details


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Streamed live online

Ulverston Methodist Church is now streaming its services live from the Church.  Click to view the latest live stream:

For details of how to view recordings of earlier services, see the Ulverston page.

From 23 May (Pentecost) Grange Methodist Church streams a service at 10:30am on YouTube.  Click here for the latest live stream:

For details of how to view recordings of earlier services, see the Grange page.

Worship on the radio and TV

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.

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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