We are slowly beginning to reopen some of our churches for Public Worship following their closer due to Coronavirus COVID-19, however we know that not everyone will be able to safely join us straight away, so we will continue to offer services online for those wishing to continue worshiping with us from their own homes.
The following are just some of the resources that are available to all of us:
Benefice Facebook & YouTube Page
We have begun to “broadcast” Sunday and other special services.
Our next service will be available on the Benefice Facebook Page and the Benefice YouTube Page at 10am on Sunday 12th July 2020 (5th Sunday after Trinity)
You can join in using the following Service Booklet:
This Weeks Service Booklet
This Weeks Pew Sheet Containing the readings and reflections for this week can be downloaded or read: https://naylandchurches.wordpress.com/weekly-pew-sheets/
Sunday: Sunday Service at 11.45am on BBC1
Songs of Praise at 1.15pm on BBC 1
Daily: Prayer for the Day at 5.43am on Radio 4 Daily Service at 9.45am on Radio 4 Longwave and DAB
(The Daily Service is available on a Radio 4 DAB side channel which is automatically made available about a minute before the programme begins. After tuning to Radio 4 DAB, select “Daily Service” (from your display) with the tuning wheel and press the selector button. On some radios the side channel can be stored on a preset button)
Weekly: Sunday’s Sunday Worship at 8.10am on Radio 4
National “Virtual” Service at 8am on Local BBC Radio (and online in the Church of England and BBC from 9am)
Choral evensong at 3.00pm on Radio 3
Wednesday’s Choral evensong at 3.30pm on Radio 3
Online / On Demand
Many TV’s also have access to BBC iPlayer & BBC Sounds programs which offer a large number of Religious and Ethical programs.
Monday to Saturday at 8.30am – Bishop Martin and Bishop Mike will stream Morning Prayer. You can watch live or at a time to suit you at www.facebook.com/BishopsCofEsuffolk/
Monday to Friday at 5pm – St Edmundsbury Cathedral will stream Evensong/Evening Prayer.
Saturday & Sunday at 3.30pm – St Edmundsbury Cathedral will stream Evensong/Evening Prayer.
Sundays at 10am – St Edmundsbury Cathedral will stream a Holy Communion Service
You can watch live at www.facebook.com/stedscathedral
The Church of England have issued prayer and intercessions suitable for individual and families to use at home. The can be found at: https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/coronavirus-covid-19-liturgy-and-prayer-resources