Worship Resources

On this page you can find printable service books and resources you can use,  to join in with our worship online on Facebook, or to help you pray.  Some of these resources will be used in our Sunday Services, which we will continue to broadcast for the time being.

The minister leading the service will point you in the right direction at the start of the broadcast and which order of service we will be using, and throughout the service will guide you through the liturgy.

Christmas Worship resources:

Order of Service for Midnight Mass

Our most common service books and worship resources: 

Other services we sometimes use:

Prayers for the Parish:

  • Prayers for the Parish – a list of streets and school classes we are praying for each day of the month to help you when you pray.  This cycle can also be followed daily on our Facebook page.

Church of England Resources:

  • The Church of England has a daily service on its website https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-service-daily-prayer and has services of Morning Prayer, Midday Prayer, Evening Prayer and Night Prayer for every day of the year.  This includes the readings and psalms for that day.
  • There are several apps which you may find useful and can be downloaded to your smart phone or tablet.  They can be found in your app store or you can visit https://www.chpublishing.co.uk/apps to find out more
    • Time to Pray – Create space in your day for prayer, praise and Bible reading with this simple daily service.
    • Daily Prayer – Join the Church of England in prayer with daily services for Morning, Evening and Night Prayer.
    • Lectionary (Chargeable) – The official Church of England Bible readings for every day of the Church year.
    • Reflections for Daily Prayer – Make Bible study part of your daily routine with these reflections from leading Anglican writers, ministers and theologians.
    • Reflections on the Psalms – Explore all 150 Psalms with thoughtful commentaries from leading writers, including John Sentamu, John Pritchard and Paula Gooder.

Other Worship and Prayer Resources: