Worcester Cathedral will hold a service that will include prayers for HRH The Duke of Edinburgh on Friday 16 April at 3pm.
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Watch a live stream of the service form Worcester Cathedral on Monday 29 March at 11am.
Worcester Cathedral will be marking the National Day of Reflection on 23 March with a short online service of reflection, which will include the minuteâ€™s silence at midday.
Watch this pre-recorded Service of Remembrance from Worcester Cathedral for Remembrance Sunday 2020.Â
Clergy and others across the Diocese are live streaming services and offering other digital content.
The Revd Allison Davies shares her experience of offering ministry during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Chair of the House of Laity, Hugh Richards, shares his experience of worshipping with others while in 'lockdown'.
Join with St John in Bedwardine church as they hold online Diddy Disciples sessions.
Bishops John and Martin are putting together a series of reflections during Holy Week.
The archbishops and others are presently encouraging people to attend acts of worship in their imagination, and online. People are asked to pray at home, but with others who are praying elsewhere. This includes virtual Holy Communion â€“ and many people have used the traditional language of â€œspiritual communionâ€ without explaining it. Doug Chaplin offers a short explanation, with some prayers that you can use.
Bishops John and Martin have written to all parishes following the latest Coronavirus guidance.