When our churches closed for Covid-19, the Church of England issued material for Morning and Evening Prayer at home. We distributed it with the April church magazines, and encouraged people to use it. We reopened our churches in July and August, then produced a Daily Prayer version which went out in the October magazine.We were then instructed to close again in November, and so we included Prayers to Remember in the magazine, including the Names of the Fallen to be remember on Remembrance Sunday. These are on the right - Allestree and Darley Abbey. December prayers only got into the Allestree Magazine. We re-opened in December, and were also worshipping weekly on Zoom. More weeks with our church buildings closed in 2021, and Lent Prayers went into the magazine. We reopened our church buildings on Easter Sunday.
Morning & Evening payer Daily Prayer November Prayers - both churches December prayers Lent Prayers
All of the material we have produced can be viewed here - it will be of historical value if nothing else!
The Church of England website has links to various Worship feeds and digital resources. You can find Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer and Compline here and download the free Daily Prayer App for smartphones.
Our Cathedral in Derby is doing a lot - http://derbycathedral.org/worship/services/worship-online.html
There is a Hymn for every day and a simple Sunday Service at the RSCM (Royal School of Church Music) site - https://www.rscm.org.uk/our-resources/hftd/
St Edmundsbury Cathedral in Suffolk are live-streaming morning and evening prayer, and putting a different piece of organ music
on Youtube every day - https://stedscathedral.org/worship/
BBC Radio broadcasts a Daily Service and Sunday Worship. Search for them on BBC Sounds https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds on your computer or use the BBC Sounds smartphone app. You can even listen on the radio – but you need LW for the Daily Service, at 9.45 am every weekday. Sunday Worship is at 8.10 am on FM. If you have a digital radio (DAB) you should be able to get both. BBC Radio 3 also broadcasts a service of Choral Evensong from different cathedrals and churches around the country at 3.30 pm every Wednesday, repeated at 3.00 pm the following Sunday.
The Church of England has launched Faith at Home, for families, https://www.churchofengland.org/faith-action/faith-home, and Daily Hope, a new phone line 0800 804 8044 which you can phone (at any time) for a recorded message of music, prayers and reflection - can you help pass this phone number on to any people who are not on the internet?
6th Sunday of Easter, 9 May 2021
BBC2 has Sunday Morning Stories at 12.45 pm
BBC 2 has Songs of Praise at 1.15 pm, visiting Swansea.
Radio 4 has a Live Service at 8.10 am, from Bishopsthorpe, with the Archbishop of York..
Radio 3 has Choral Evensong at 3 pm from the Chapel of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
A service (including prayers) is on the left, and sermons from Peter and Clive
We had Zoom Morning Prayer which you can watch at