The Church of England has published a number of pages of prayers and liturgy, especially for this time. Click on the heading to download the page
- Prayers about the outbreak
- Personal devotional prayers
- Worship at home: two simple acts of worship, particularly geared to those who are isolated or housebound, or who are unable to attend church
A Psalm for people like us: During this pandemic, all Christians throughout the world are encouraged to pause at 11 am each day to say Psalm 23 and the Lord’s Prayer. You may wish to set an alarm on your phone to remind you to join in. You can download a special version of Psalm 23 here.
Lectio 365 is a daily devotional resource that helps you pray the Bible every day. You can download the app here.
Pray As You Go is a 15-minute daily podcast with music, prayer, a Bible reading and reflection. It can be downloaded or listened to here.
A Daily Psalm: The clergy of Oxford Cathedral are posting a daily reflection on a psalm. You can read them here.
Richard Rohr offers daily meditations from the Center for Action and Contemplation here.
Sacred Space offers resources to help you make ‘Sacred Space’ in your day through guided prayer and reflection. There is a very useful section on ‘Praying through the COVID-19 crisis’. You can view the site here.
The Church Times is producing a weekly collection of prayers and resources for use at home called Lift up your Hearts available here
Malcolm Guite has launched a YouTube channel where he offers reflections: A Spell in the Library here.
#Theologyinisolation is a blog by a group of theologians who offer a short reflection each day here.
The Royal School of Church Music is publishing a daily hymn for people to join in with and sing, and a short Sunday service you can join in with at home here.