Publications and Resources:
You can use these to follow along with the live streamed service (Link on homepage). The Newsletter is below, in case you also wish to follow along with the readings.
Morning and Evening prayer each day is following the Church of England Daily Prayer in contemporary language in the morning and traditional language in the evening. You can find the service online or download an app with all of the service on here.
The church of England has also produced some simple services for Morning and Night which can be used at home. You can find them here.
Thursday Midday Prayers which can be prayer at home during this time can be found here.
You can download our Midday Prayers Service Order here.
You can read our monthly magazine here for the latest parish news, events, articles and forthcoming services...
We are always praying and thinking about those within our parish. Please click here for our Prayer Diary booklet...
You can find sermons from the past few weeks here.
Websites - looking for resources to help you in your faith journey? Check these out:
The Bible Project: a great websites with videos explaining all of the books of the Bible along with themes and what the Bible is.
Two feminists: a site when you can listen to the podcast Two Feminists Annotate the Bible. The hosts go through the entire Bible studying it as they go.
Pray as you go: listen to daily prayer each day using Ignation Spirituality.
Northumbria Community: a site to find daily prayer guides from the northumbria community.
Church of England Daily Prayer: a place to find the word to the church of England daily prayer services (as used by our parish).
Messy Prayer: A place to find creative prayer ideas for the whole family from the Messy Church website.
Common Prayer: daily Prayer from Common Prayer.
Children and Families at Home:
Home Holiday Club: Our holiday club for children and the young at heart while schools are stopped.
RE at Home: ideas from Barnabas in School.
Nomad Podcast: a site where you can listen to the nomad podcast. "a twice monthly podcast, through which we ask real questions and enjoy hones conversation as together we search for signs of hope in this post christian wilderness".
The Work of The People: a subscription site that hosts interesting films and visual liturgy.