With church services suspended, we are offering as much as we can online.
We will build this up as we go along and please do send us your own resources that you have found helpful. Send us a message by clicking here.
A prayer for now
God of compassion,
be close to those who are ill, afraid or in isolation.
In their loneliness, be their consolation;
in their anxiety, be their hope;
in their darkness, be their light;
through him who suffered alone on the cross,
but reigns with you in glory,
Jesus Christ our Lord.
Want to know more about faith?
If you are new to the faith or would like to know more then please get in contact with us, we would love to talk to you.
This page has a number or links that we hope you might find helpful!
What is Christianity about?
We believe that the good news of Jesus Christ changes our lives for the better and transforms our communities. It gives us peace, joy and purpose and it is available for all. If you would like to know more why not click on one of these links?
Spending time in prayer, meditation and bible reading helps us to get to know God better and helps us grow in our faith. Some good online sites are listed below:
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The Church of England has published a page here with prayers and liturgy especially for this time. There is even a resource for carrying out worship at home.
The Church of England publishes a prayer each day which you can read or listen to here.
These websites may also be useful in your spiritual journey:
Exciting Holiness – Brief History, readings and collects for Festivals and Lesser Festivals.
TV and radio
The BBC has a schedule of services available here and there is a new service on BBC local radio every Sunday at 8am. Please let people who don’t have internet know about these.
Guildford Cathedral offers a number there are a number of services available through www.guildford-cathedral.org
Greenbelt has put its past services online here
Resources for worship at home
Roots is offering resources for the whole family to use at home.
The Church of England has put together some daily reflections to help people, especially at a time when they are feeling lonely, isolated or anxious.
Colouring can be very soothing. Jules Middleton has produced some colouring sheets with a Bible verse on them here.
Click here for a thoughtful article from the New York Times about when loving your neighbour means keeping your distance.
Be not afraid? Easier said than done. But what if the opposite of fear is not courage but love. Nadia Bolz-Weber has written a ‘mini-sermon on fear, love and Kent Brockman’ You can read it here and watch it here.
More to follow.