Opportunities for worship and other resources Trinity 3 (28-06-2020)
NEW TV & Radio
Sunday Worship on Radio 4 at 8-10 am
NO Sunday Worship on TV
Sunday Morning Live Sean Fletcher and Sally Phillips take a look at the week’s talking points and explore the ethical and religious issues of the day. Alongside lively chat, the show also shines a light on inspiring, unique and occasionally unusual stories and people. (59 minutes)
SUNDAY MORNING STORIES BBC 1 The Revd Kate Bottley meets artists of different faiths who are finding common ground. (29 minutes)
Songs of Praise BBC 1 at 13-15
The Daily Service (15 minutes on weekdays) at 9h45 on BBC Radio 4 long wave
Choral Evensong Wednesday at 3-30pm on BBC Radio 3 ( this coming week an archive recording from Sheffield Cathedral, first broadcast on 25 June 2014) & on Sundays 3pm.
York Mystery Plays on BBC Radio York final episode this Sunday (Episode 4 : Moses and Pharaoh) Tune in to Jonathan Cowap on Breakfast at BBC Radio York from 6am on Sunday https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p001d7g3/contact, or channel 803 on Freeview or catch up later on BBC Sounds. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds
Generous June – Understanding God’s generosity
The Diocese has a podcast running daily throughout the month June.(Last few days)
Start your day with a short reflexion exploring generosity in the Gospel according to Luke:
ROTHERHAM MINSTER has a new website:
Choral Evensong from York Minister is now broadcast again each Sunday at 4pm via the Facebook page and YouTube Channel via www.yorkminster.org
A Church near you national website: www.achurchnearyou.com
has information regarding services being streamed online or available via YouTube or other means. Rotherham Minster:
St Albans, Wickersley :
Sheffield Cathedral :
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A FREE PHONE LINE for WORSHIP & PRAYERS for people without INTERNET
0800 804 8044 is available 24 hours a day and is a simple new way to bring worship and prayer into people’s homes while church buildings are closed because of the coronavirus. Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.
Tom Wright has long been a trusted voice on the interpretation of scripture and its application to our times. ‘God and the Global Pandemic’ published at the end of May does not disappoint. Inviting the reader into a proper biblical reflection on the place of lament, he uses the motifs of tears, fears and doubts to explore what the scriptures have to say to us in response to our situation.
At just 112 pages it is well worth taking the time to read and digest prayerfully.
Winchester University held an online global conference last week on Christian Theology in the Midst of Covid 19. The full list of papers will shortly be available to read. For more information go to: