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Sunday Worship - March 24, 2013

Sunday Worship

Sunday, March 14, 2013


The bells of St Martin’s Church Desford, Leicester - BBC Radio 4

Choral Evensong from Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich, with Trinity Laban Chapel Choir - BBC Radio 3

Palm Sunday Worship from Methodist Central Hall Westminster - BBC Radio 4

Palm Sunday Songs of Praise from Canterbury - BBC1 Television [Available in the UK]

Choral Services from the Chapels of St John’s College, Cambridge

and New College, Oxford

and Trinity College, Cambridge

Sunday Hour - BBC Radio 2


On the Authority of Scripture - John Stott - Zondervan

Why does God allow Suffering - Langham Media

The Spirit’s Blessing - Rico Tice - All Souls Media [1 Peter 4:12-19]

Be Reconciled to God - Dean Limehouse - Cathedral Church of the Advent Media [2 Corinthians 5:16-21]

Rick Warren talks at HTB

Part 1

Part 2

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

Prayer for Archbishop Justin - Church of England

News for Prayer

Please pray for the world and for the persecuted church and in particular for Nigeria, Tanzania, Iran, Iraq, Libya, .  Please also pray for the Anglicans in North America, particularly those under attack and for the Diocese of South Carolina.  Please also pray for Archbishop Welby and for the new Archbishop of New Zealand.

Nigeria: Nigerian town of Ganye hit by deadly attacks - BBC

Kano bus bomb prompts religious leaders to joint call for urgent measures

Tanzania: Prayers after attack on Archbishop’s residence - Christian Today

Iran: Iran: MPs call for release of Christian man held in Iran - Premier Christian Radio

Two jailed pastors in urgent need of medical care - Release International

Iraq: Christians still targets in Iraq - Premier Christian Radio

Libya: Security of Christian communities “precarious” in Libya - JMECA

Libyan human-rights official flees country after death threats - Open Doors

US: Nine ‘Manipulated’ Bishops Agree Not To Help Breakaway Episcopalian Congregations - Christianity Today

South Carolina news as it arises

New Zealand: New Anglican Archbishop named - TVNZ


24-7 Prayer: Love Easter - New 5 minute daily podcasts of readings and prayers during Easter Week - starting on Monday

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

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

Daily Devotionals from Trinity School for Ministry, Ambridge

Lent and Beyond recommended 2013 links


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

Food for Thought

Argentine Evangelicals Say Bergoglio as Pope Francis Is ‘Answer to Our Prayers’ - Christianity Today

Wakefield Cathedral reopens after £3m restoration - Christian Today

A heartless generation? - EA


The Beatitudes with Philip Roderick - Dio Sheffield Video

Hail Redeemer, King Divine - BBC

The Third Coast - Jay Burlage Vimeo [click HD if slow loading]


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