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Sunday Worship - March 3, 2013

Sunday Worship

Sunday, March 3, 2013

WORSHIP

The bells of St Mary’s, Bishopstoke in Hampshire - BBC Radio 4

Choral Evensong from Durham Cathedral - BBC Radio 3

Sunday Worship from the Memorial Chapel, University of Glasgow - 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

SERMONS AND TALKS

Time for a Workout - Paul Cowley - HTB Video [James 2:14-26]

A Justice that Justifies - Hugh Palmer - All Souls Audio [Romans 3:21-31]

God’s Good Plans - Carl Tuttle - St George’s Ashtead Audio [Jeremiah 29:4-14]

Purpose, Mission and Justice - Bishop Zac Niringiye - St Andrew’s Oxford Audio [Ephesians 1:3-10 - Matthew 6:1-15]

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

St James the Less, Pimlico

Cathedral Church of the Advent, Birmingham Alabama

PRAYER

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 peaceful elections with a definitive outcome in Kenya on Monday and for the persecuted church and in particular for Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania, Iran and Pastor Irani, Vietnam. Please also pray for the Diocese of South Carolina and HM The Queen and for the Rev. George Conger recovering from surgery.

Kenya: Please pray for Kenya in the lead up to elections on 4 March - CSW

Kenya election: Odinga and Kenyatta hold final rallies - BBC

Tanzania: Burned church is latest in string of Tanzanian attacks - Open Doors

Iran: Pastor Behnam Irani in need of medical assistance - Christianity Today

Vietnam: Two steps back?

South Carolina: Three More Parishes Join in Suit to Prevent TEC from Seizing Property - diocese site

More news as it arises

UK: Queen cancels Swansea visit because of sickness - BBC

LENT 2013 RESOURCES

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

CURRENT AFFAIRS

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

Food for thought

Going Slow - Michael Sadgrove, Dean or Durham

Lindisfarne Gospels, Durham Exhibition

Meandering in South Sudan - Bp Graham Kings

Gay marriage ‘key factor’ in Tory Eastleigh defeat - Christian Today

Tour Jerusalem from home - Christian Today

Churches are paying the price of bat conservation - CofE

FINALLY

What is God’s Posture to You? - Rev Glen Scrivener - UCB Vimeo

I Hear Thy Welcome Voice - BBC

TimeLAX 01 - iVideoMaking Vimeo [click HD if slow loading]

 


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