Church of England Diocese of Birmingham St. Faith and St. Laurence, Harborne

Resources for Prayer and Worship at home - now with Holy Week resources

This regularly updated page contains service and prayer sheets and other resources to aid worship at home during the enforced suspension of public worship.

The April edition of the Church Magazine has orders of service for night prayer for Lent, Holy Week and the week after Easter, including a list of readings. Elsewhere in the magazine are details of the Sunday readings for April.


HOLY WEEK

Our Holy Week leaflet can be downloaded at the bottom of this page. It contains worship and activities, building a Holy Week journey 


The Vicar's blog

The Vicar's blog also contains some resources, including for Holy Week. 

https://priscillavicar.wordpress.com/2020/04/03/some-current-documents/


We have a YouTube Channel     https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBv1YnGnVX0lofiK8egPcqQ

This contains videos of recent worship service and is updated each week. Please do check it out!


Birmingham Cathedral is offering daily live-streamed services throughout the week. The Sunday "Communion in The Kitchen" services are recorded and available to watch back, along with the texts of the orders of service, sermon and prayers. 

http://www.birminghamcathedral.com/


The Church of England's website has a section on prayer and worship including texts for daily morning and night prayer. Each Sunday, the Archbishops are offering services of prayers which can be joined via the Church of England website and Facebook pages.

https://www.churchofengland.org


The Iona Community has some free downloadable resources

https://www.wildgoose.scot/resources/free-downloads/


This link leads to a set of poems by Poet Malcolm Guite each based on a phrase from a poem by George Herbert.

https://malcolmguite.wordpress.com/2020/04/01/prayer-and-after-prayer-a-hypertext/





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