Online Worship and Resources
For this Sunday:
We are delighted to present to you our own YouTube channel where we will for the present ongoing situation, provide you with our own Sunday Service of Worship, presided over by our priest, Rev. Pauline Nashashibi, and containing readings and prayers read by members of our congregation. We encourage you to join in with the responses to the readings and prayers, along with singing along to the hymns. Words are provided onscreen. Find the link to the service here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdygfftgKNc
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Many of you remember our friend and former organist of St Thomas', Nik Myers, who has been creating some online services for his current parish, Enniscorthy and Monart Union, a Church of Ireland, Anglican Church. You will find their services on his YouTube channel here:
Daily service on BBC Radio 4 LW every morning at 9.45 am
Sunday Worship on BBC Radio 4 at 8.10 am
Choral Evensong on BBC Radio 3 Wednesdays at 3.30 pm and repeated Sundays at 3 pm
BBC 1 A short Sunday service at 11.45
Church of England
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Daily prayers from St Paul's Cathedral, click their link to sign up to receive daily emails from them.
A short time of prayer with a reading and reflection invites you into a moment of freedom and connection with God.
Old St Paul’s Edinburgh
This is one to listen to and watch rather than read. Look under ‘Worship’ for Online Resources. Morning Prayer is live at 8.00am and can be watched later. In the evening there is Sung Compline – an ancient form of night prayer which beings with a few minutes silence.
Northumbria Community Daily Prayer
Drawing on Celtic tradition, this is designed for community use and some prayers have lines for Call and Response. However, if you are praying alone you can read these as an interior conversation with mind and heart talking to each other and with God.
Other worship resources
Prayer Apps for your phone - Many of them free:
Virtual Pilgrimage to St Paul's Cathderal: