Diddy Disciples are streaming Compline bedtime prayers for over 8's and adults on their Facebook page every night.
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that focuses on 9 days of prayer between Ascension and Pentecost. This year the focus is on Prayer and Care and a number of resources have been designed to use at home. These can be accesses via the Diocesan website.
Southwark Cathedral is live streaming Morning Prayer and Compline daily from the Dean's House - you can watch their services via their Facebook page. Other services can also be found on the Diocesan Facebook page and their YouTube Channel.
Bishop Richard has recorded a homily for Easter Sunday. This will go live at midnight on Holy Saturday/Easter Sunday.
Bishop Richard has recorded a homily for the Second Sunday of Easter.
Bishop Richard has recorded a homily for the Third Sunday of Easter.
Bishop Richard has recorded a homily for the Fourth Sunday of Easter.
Bishop Richard has recorded a homily for the Fifth Sunday of Easter.
Bishop Richard has recorded a homily for the Sixth Sunday of Easter.
Bishop Richard has recorded a homily for the Seventh Sunday of Easter.
Merton Priory Team
Services led by members of the Merton Priory Team can be found on the Online Services page.
Mark shares an Easter Message.
Midweek Worship at home
Worship at home - a useful resource for families / households
Guidance on Spiritual Communion & Coronavirus
RSCM have a Hymn of the Day and a Sunday Self-Service (a simple act of worship with music, readings and prayers) available on their website.
Healing Service - St Marylebone have a well-established healing ministry and they have a virtual Healing Eucharist on their website.
Livability have produced a document for Dementia Inclusive Church and COVID-19.
Thinking particularly of families with children and young people, there are many resources available for use during this time when church buildings are closed. Here are a selection, and if you find any that you think others may enjoy using then please let us know.
The Diocese of Southwark has lots of resources in their Faith at Home section.
Worship and Prayer suggestions along with activities for families can be found on the following websites:
Suggested activities from 2019 Thy Kingdom Come Week of Prayer could be adapted for lockdown.
The Hope Together website suggests resources for Young People.
Thinking of Mental Health and Anxiety, Mentally Healthy Schools has some good Covid links and resources. And The Fuller Institute have put together some Trauma Conversation Resources for use with young people.