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Morning and Night Prayer

You will find on the links below a short liturgy for Morning and Night Prayer which is in an easy-read format. 
Please email Helen if you would like a paper copy of the service sent to you.

    Morning Prayer

       Readings for Jan 23rd to Jan 29th Sun Luke 4:14-21
  Mon Mark 3:22-30
  Tues Matthew 19:27-end
  Wed Mark 4:1-20
  Thurs Mark 4:21-25
  Fri Mark 4:26-34
  Sat  Mark 4:35-end

    Night Prayer (Compline)

You can also link to the RNWK Group Services on YouTube to find a recording of these services which you can access at any time and follow using the service sheet.

RNWK YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGcdOwG_w9D_jbDYmZRJCQA 

Other digital resources - What is currently available?

There are a range of new and existing Christian resources available for people to engage with at this difficult and challenging time in the life of the nation and the world:

  • RNWK Churches and RNWK – E Messy – Our Facebook pages which have daily updates including prayers, music, spiritual insight and fun ideas for children and families.
  • Time to Pray app - everything you need for Prayer During the Day, with variations according to the day of the week and the season of the Church’s year. Download for free.
  • Pray as You Go - Pray As You Go is a daily prayer session it is not a 'Thought for the Day', a sermon or a bible-study, but rather a framework for your own prayer based on Ignatian Spirituality  https://pray-as-you-go.org/
  • Prayer for the day - each day the Church of England publishes audio and text of the Prayer for the Day.
  • Daytime prayer and Night prayer service audio - building on the existing daily prayer feed, this includes daytime prayer and night prayer for each day. It will be available as a downloadable app in the coming weeks.
  • The BBC's Daily Service – 0945 Radio4 Long Wave (LW 198 ) or via BBC Sounds
  • Weekly service broadcasts - these be made available each Sunday through the Church's Facebook page.
  • Mental health reflections – 13 daily reflections that seek to provide hope, reassurance and comfort. We have also published five tips to help tackle loneliness and isolation.
  • Increasing the number of training webinars - to help churches stream sermons, events and make the most of digital platforms. Sign up for free.



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