Online Church Services, Prayers & Worship
This Sunday’s Service…
Our special 6pm Pentecost Service celebrated the end of the Thy Kingdom Come global wave of prayer which began on Ascension Day (21 May).
In the Bible, Pentecost is when God sent the Holy Spirit to help Jesus’ Disciples in their mission to share their message of good news with others (Acts 2:1-41).
Our Pentecost Service was led by James Grier, our Mission Enabler, and features key workers from Devon sharing how we can pray for them, as well as a powerful new rendition of the Lord’s Prayer and songs by the worship band King’s Anthem. Bishop Robert also give a talk.
The Daily Hope phone line is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044. It is run by the Church of England and includes daily hymns, reflections and prayers. Please share information about it with anyone you know who is not online. Read more
Each day at 11am, there will be a short video reflection entitled ‘Pause and Pray’ posted on our Facebook and You Tube channels, make yourself a cuppa and take a couple of minutes out of your day to join us.
On Sundays we are encouraging people to light a candle and place it in the front window of their home at 7pm.
Worship and contemplation at home
Grass Roots is a great resource to do at home
Radio worship resources
BBC Radio Devon Sunday Service (0800 Sunday and then on BBC Sounds) and daily Pause for Thought (0635 weekdays, 0735 weekends) Available here
Devon churches which livestream services or other content
Exeter Cathedral via Facebook
St. Matt’s Exeter via YouTube on Sundays at 11am
St. Swithun’s Church, Sanford via Facebook on Sundays at 10am and Wednesdays at 9.30am
St. Peter and the Holy Apostles Plymouth via Facebook each day at 12pm
St. Michael’s Church, Chagford via YouTube on Sundays from 7am
The Clyst Mission Community via YouTube every Sunday at 10am
There are so many ways to get children, young people and families involved in prayer, worship and contemplation at home.
We have put together some of the best resources available. Find out more
Handwashing Lord’s Prayer (courtesy of Rev’d Andy Dodwell)