Prayer and Worship

If you would like to access daily worship content we can suggest the following link:Daily Prayer 

If you would like access to weekly worship resources for your family published by Roots https://www.rootsontheweb.com/ then please get in touch with the office who can put you on our weekly 'Parish Update' mailing list.


We include Northumbrian Morning Prayer in our Morning Zoom Worship Monday-Wednesdays 8.15am. To join our morning service please get in touch with the Parish Office.  Here's the link to take a look yourself https://www.northumbriacommunity.org/offices/morning-prayer/                              

You might want to sing along with the peace? https://youtu.be/xxUAeTDW3c0


If you live in an internet free house, or if you just want a change from the screen there is a new opportunity to access  Prayers , Hymns and Info from the C of E. The options are updated every day, fronted by your call being answered by a  recording of Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury.

 Daily Hope. 0800 804 8044 (free from landlines and mobs).

The BBC Daily Service is on Radio 4 longwave at 9.45 am.

 On Sundays there is Sunday Worship on Radio 4 at 8.10 am.

 Also on Sunday on BBC 1 TV Songs of Praise at 1.10pm.

 For online worship there (log on to www.churchofengland.org and follow the links), there is the Sunday Service at 9am

If you go on our diocesan website and follow the links there are also lots of worship resources plus a weekly Sunday Reflection by one of our bishops.

Please note that the Orders of Service have now been moved to a separate page.


Prayer

Lord God, carer of all people, creator, sustainer and healer;
We pray for all who have contracted Covid-19.
Be with them and their loved ones and bring healing to their bodies.
 
We pray for all medical staff and emergency services
as they look after the physical health, worries and concerns of their patients,
especially the vulnerable and particularly those who have reduced contact with the outside world.
 
Let us be good neighbours, looking out and after each other.
 
We remember the work of scientists, discovering and testing vaccines for this disease,
and we pray for all of us, caught up in our everyday lives with the effects of these outbreaks.
 
Bless your world Lord, and help us to be blessings to one another, in Jesus name. Amen