During this period when we cannot all physically worship together here are some suggestions of online resources that you might like to try

For many of us, the world seems very different to how it was a few months ago.  Some of us might be feeling anxious or lonely at this time - many children and young people can't go to school, adults might not be able to go to work and none of us can go to church at the moment.

God is with us in all of this and, when feeling confused or frustrated or even scared  about all that is going on, we can pray.  But, sometimes praying can be difficult!

We hope the resources listed below will help you, whether on your own or with your family, to pray and use the Bible in different ways - and we look forward to the time when we can all come back to church.

Prayer Resources put together by Southwark Cathedral

Prayer resources to use at home can be found here

Daily Prayer booklet can be found here

Pray as you Go

A daily prayer resource from the Jesuits in England and Wales available on line and also as an app. There are also longer retreat addresses and the practise of the examen on this site. During this time of self-isolation they have a new resource, Pray as you Stay.

Visit the website here

Healing Hands is a new prayer guide specially written for healthcare workers.

Visit the website here

Sacred Space

A daily prayer resource from the Jesuits in Ireland available on line and also as an app.

Visit the website here

Church of England Resources

Morning and Evening Prayer and Compline are available on line and also as an app

Visit the website here

Time to Pray app - everything you need for Prayer During the Day, with variations according to the day of the week and the season of the Church’s year. Download for free from the App Store.

The LiveLent app – Church of England Lent reflections available from the Apple and Google App Store.

Worship at Home Prayer Sheet can be downloaded from here

The Labyrinth Society

The Resources pages of the The Labyrinth Society website contain educational information to help you integrate labyrinths into your life. Learn about, experience, and create labyrinths.

Visit the website here

Please do let us know if you have other suggestions by contacting Revd Lisa Bewick by email