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Sunday Worship - March 10, 2013

Sunday Worship

Sunday, March 10, 2013


The bells of St Petrock’s Church, South Brent, Devon - BBC Radio 4

Choral Evensong from the Chapel of Magdalen College, Oxford - BBC Radio 3

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

Sunday Hour - BBC Radio 2

Highlights of a thanksgiving service for the life of John Chapman - St Helen’s Bishopgate Vimeo


Temptation in the Desert - Dr Robert Kiteley - St George’s Ashtead Audio [Luke 4:1-13]

Church building in Acts - Rev William Taylor - St Helen’s Bishopsgate Vimeo

God’s Salvation: a Banqueting Hall with a Narrow Door - Bishop Rennis Ponniah - St Andrew’s Cathedral, Singapore Audio [Isaiah 55]

4 Talks: How Can We Be More Fruitful for Jesus Christ? - Rev Rupert Charkham - St Andrew’s Oxford Away Weekend Audio

Talk 1: An Essential Encounter

Talk 2: A Secret Habit

Talk 3: An Eager Desire

Talk 4: A Settled Conviction

All Souls, Langham Place and 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 Iran, Pakistan, Egypt, Kenya, and for the Diocese of South Carolina.

Iran: Five Church of Iran members to face trial on political charges - CSW [pdf]

Pakistan: Blasphemy cases converge on court in Lahore - Release International

Egypt: Egypt protesters torch buildings, target Suez Canal - Reuters

Kenya: Kenyatta Is Declared the Victor in Kenya, but Opponent Plans to Appeal - New York Times

South Carolina: Episcopal Diocese kicks off convention with flair despite national divides - SCNow

ECUSA’s Desperation in South Carolina Knows No Bounds - Allan Haley

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

Notes to growing Christians: Your geatest contribution - Rev David Jackman - Evangelicals Now

The Legacy of Pope Benedict XVI - Rev William McKeachie - T19

Papabili: A Brief Look at the Conclave - Chris Castaldo - Gospel Coalition

The Winchester Bible - Winchester Cathedral


The Beatitudes with David Bliss - Dio Sheffield Video

Jesus Loves Me - Pete James - BBC

500 Million Years Old - Philip Bloom Vimeo [click HD if slow loading]

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