Webteam: June 2020
Here are a few possibilities of worship resources for this coming Sunday.
This site provides material from preachers at Bishop Street Methodist Church who share their reflections and prayers. The service for 14th June is provided by Rev'd Fran Rhys, who offers a service on the experience of Boaz through chapter two of the book of Ruth. During the month of June the Leaders of Worship and Preachers Trust has designated the book of Ruth as the book of the Bible for study during Bible Month.
The Family Friendly Churches Trust
https://familyfriendlychurches.org.uk/ will help parents and carers of school-aged children to worship with them.
https://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/worship/singing-the-faith-plus/seasons-and-themes/worship-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic/ Provides Sunday "Worship at Home" sheets, and links to other live-streamed services.
Wesley's Chapel London live-streams from the chapel on Sundays at 11am https://www.wesleyschapel.org.uk/livestreaming/
BBC1 10.45am Worship led by Sarah Bradley from Holy Trinity Platt in Manchester
BBC1 11.15am Sunday morning stories of kindness with Rev'd Kate Bottley.
BBC1 1.15pm Songs of Praise with Aled Jones meeting people who find spiritual inspiration in the great outdoors.
BBC Radio 4 Sunday 8.10am (92.70 FM).
Radio Leicester worship at 8am (104.9 FM).
An act of Spiritual Communion. If you are missing being able to take part in a service of Holy Communion, this short act of worship encourages us to seek Christ's presence in other ways and to pray that God's purposes may be fulfilled in us, even though we cannot at this time gather at the Lord's Table. See
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