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Sunday Worship - February 24, 2013

Sunday Worship

Sunday, February 24, 2013


The bells of St Peter’s, Tiverton in Devon - BBC Radio 4

Choral Evensong from the chapel of King’s College, London - BBC Radio 3

Sunday Worship from Gresford Methodist Church in Wrexham - BBC Radio 4

Choral Services from the Chapels of St John’s College, Cambridge, New College, Oxford, and Trinity College, Cambridge

Sunday Hour - BBC Radio 2


The pain and the passion: The Privilege of making a difference - Lady Cox - St Paul’s Hammersmith Audio

The Truth Can Be Known - Vaughan Roberts - St Ebbes Audio

The Beatitudes: a Blueprint for Discipleship - Dio Sheffield Video

The Sword of the Spirit - Four video talks from the first of a trio of conventions at St Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney focusing on the Holy Spirit [video sequence is from bottom of page to the top]

Session 1. The Word and the Spirit - Mark Thompson

Session 2. The Spirit and the Word - Mark Thompson

Session 3. The Spirit, the Word and the Christian Mind - Adrian Russell

Session 4. The Words of the Spirit - Adrian Russell


All Souls, Langham Place
their 3,600 sermon searchable archive

St James the Less, Pimlico

Cathedral Church of the Advent, Birmingham Alabama


General Prayer Resources - Topical Prayers - Church of England

Prayer for the persecuted church - Church of England

A Prayer for the People of Egypt - Church of England

Prayer for Egypt - Lent and Beyond

South Carolina Collection - Lent and Beyond

News for Prayer

Please pray for the persecuted church and in particular for Egypt, Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Indonesia and for the Diocese of South Carolina.

Egypt: Copts protest church attack - Christian Today

Egypt’s Five Largest Denominations Unite for First Time - Christianity Today

Sudan: More than 50 Christians detained in Sudan - Christian Today

Kenya: Two Pastors shot - Open Doors

Tanzania: Pastor beheaded in Tanzania - Christian Today

Indonesia: Four churches targeted in attempted firebombings in Indonesia - Christian Today

South Carolina: Chances Improving for Ex-Episcopalians in Property Fights - Christianity Today

More news as it arises


Listen to the New Testament in 40 Days with the Bible Society - You’ve Got the Time

24-7 Prayer: 5 minute daily podcasts of readings and prayers during Lent - there will be new material during Easter Week

Essential Journey to the Cross - daily reading from Scripture Union USA

Daily Devotionals from Trinity School for Ministry, Ambridge

Lenten Studies from Bishop Tim Harris of the Diocese of Adelaide

Lent for Everyone: Luke - Bishop Tom Wright

There is a free online version of another Lent for Everyone study here

From YouVersion - online Bible and more reading plans

Journeys of Faith: This is our Story written by Canon Nicholas Sagovsky -

Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and BBC

Abiding - Professor Ben Quash [Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book for 2013] - Church House Publishing

Church House Publishing list

More suggestions from the Diocese of Durham
and Evangelical Alliance

Lent and Beyond recommended 2013 links


Sunday Program - current affairs with Edward Stourton - BBC Radio 4

Food for thought
Stop moaning, start doing, says Archbishop - Christian Today

Hundreds turn out for funeral of Royal Marine after Facebook plea - ITV News


How great is the Father’s love? - Rev Glen Scrivener - UCB Vimeo

How Great Thou Art - BBC

Dartmoor - James Watson Vimeo [click HD if slow loading]


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