A variety of churches in the diocese are broadcasting live streamed and online services in the wake of the current situation. Details of these services are as follows:
All Saints and All Hallows Benefice is publishing its weekly Prayer and Praise service every Sunday at 10.00am on YouTube. An electronic copy of the service sheet is also sent out with the Benefice’s weekly newsletter on a Thursday. The easiest way to subscribe to this newsletter is to drop an email to email@example.com.
All Saints Middleton Cheney is broadcasting Sunday services and daily prayer via their Facebook page.
All Saints’ Peterborough is broadcasting regular short services including Evening Prayer, Compline and Refections on their Facebook page. This page will advertise what is available and when.
Billing Parish Church is live streaming a short church service at 10.30 on Sunday morning via their Facebook page.
The Castor Benefice is broadcasting weekly reflections from their Rector, David Ridgeway via their YouTube channel and their website. Fr Ray Hemingray is also holding weekly Sunday evening prayer services via Zoom for anyone who wishes to join. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Christ the King Kettering is live streaming services on YouTube at 10am on Sundays. Search ‘Christ the King Kettering’ or visit their YouTube channel.
The Desborough, Braybrooke, Brampton Ash and Dingley Benefice is providing a daily thought for the day via their YouTube channel. Weekly worship on a Sunday will also be put on their Facebook page as well being recorded and emailed to parishioners.
The Emmanuel Group of Churches is providing services via their Facebook page at 10:30am on Sundays and 7:00pm on Wednesdays. Daily content is also being provided on their website, while pre-recorded services are available via their YouTube channel.
Gleneagles Anglican Church in Wellingborough is broacasting its Sunday services at 10.30am (some of it is live, some is previously recorded) via their Facebook page.
Harpers Brook Benefice is live streaming their Sunday services at 10.00am via their website.
Holy Cross Daventry is providing audio files of their services on their website. Holy Communion takes place on Sundays and Tuesdays at 10.00 am, while Morning Prayer is put up for Fridays (also at 10.00am).
The Kingsthorpe Team Ministry are uploading their weekly Sunday services and Thursday Compline via YouTube and can be found via their website. There is also a fortnightly Lego Church via the Brick Church Facebook Live channel. The next two services will be taking place on Sunday 17th May and Sunday 31st May at 2.00pm.
Mears Ashby and Hardwick and Sywell with Overstone Benefice is providing a Prayers and Reflections resource to use at home, available via their website.
Moulton Parish Church is broadcasting Sunday services via its YouTube channel.
The Naseby Group of Churches are broadcasting their Sunday services at 10.00am via Zoom. Instructions on how to access this can be found on the group’s website.
Oakham Team Ministry is live streaming morning prayer at 8.30am daily, and Sunday worship at 10.30am and 6pm, via their Facebook page. You can visit their Facebook page or their website for regular updates.
Nene Crossings Benefice in Irthlingborough is webcasting at 12 noon on Tuesdays, 9:30am on Thursdays and 10:30am on Sundays. Service sheets are available via A Church Near You for those who wish to download liturgy. Services can be accessed directly through their Facebook page or via their website.
The Raunds, Hargrave, Ringstead and Stanwick Benefice (4 Spires) is broadcasting 10.00am Communion services on Sundays via their YouTube channel.
Rutland Water Benefice are providing ‘Worship at Home’ every Sunday. Details, orders of service and readings are available via their website. Services will be livestreamed at 9.30am on Facebook via the Rutland Water Benefice group. NB: people will need to join this group. The service will also on The Rutland Water Benefice YouTube channel.
South Cleley Benefice is livestreaming a Eucharist each Sunday at 9.30am from each of their churches in turn (Potterspury w Furtho and Yardley Gobion w Cosgrove & Wicken), and are hoping to do the same for Maundy Thursday at 7.30pm, leading into a Watch of Prayer. These can be livestreamed from their Facebook page.
St Andrew’s Wellingborough has morning prayer live streamed on their Facebook page at 9.30am every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
St Botolph’s Barton Seagrave is live streaming morning prayer every morning at 8.00am and Sunday morning worship at 9.15am via YouTube.
St James Thrapston, Holy Trinity Denford and St Nicholas Islip are providing online Sunday services via their website.
St John’s Corby is livestreaming its 10.00am Sunday services (followed by virtual coffee) via its YouTube channel.
St John’s Peterborough is live streaming Sunday services at 9.15am on their Facebook page. They will be available to view after that on their website and their YouTube channel. The Sunday prayer group at 12:30pm will be broadcast via Zoom. Other online reflections will uploaded during the week – the website and Facebook page will give details. The church will also be broadcasting Virtual Knitting on Saturdays at 11:00am via Zoom.
St Katharine’s Irchester is live streaming morning prayer at 9.30am every Thursday, and a short service with reflection on the Gospel of the day at 10.00am every Sunday. Both services are accessible from their Facebook page.
St Lawrence Benefice is putting on a Zoom service every Sunday morning at 10.30am, plus Morning Prayer services every Wednesday at 9.30am via Zoom. If you’d like to join in these services, the joining details can be requested by emailing email@example.com. A short video for children, plus activities put out each Sunday, can also be found under the ‘Tea Time Together’ tab on their website.
St Leonard’s Glapthorn is streaming afternoon and evening prayer daily (except Sundays) from the parish on their Facebook page. This will also be uploaded to St Peter’s, Oundle YouTube channel with the Oundle noonday prayers.
St Margaret’s Crick is offering a short Sunday service at 9.45am, as-well as the Little Saints toddler group on Mondays for pre-schoolers. These services can be accessed either from their website or YouTube channel.
St Mary’s Higham Ferrers and St John’s Chelveston are offering a Broadcast Sunday Service (available all day but with an invitation to join together at 10.00am) a Monday evening Celtic Service at 7.00pm, and a series of resources for prayer and reflection (including a daily podcast or video, a simple form of Daily Prayer and uploaded Sunday homilies) via their website. Details of other special services and events are also being posted on the website.
St Mary Magdalene Geddington and St Mary the Virgin Weekley are live streaming Sunday services at 9:45am and daily ‘Thought for the Day’ posts on their Facebook page. Service sheets are available via their website.
St Mary’s Rushden is live streaming their Sunday servicess at 10.00am via their Facebook page and their YouTube channel. ‘Bumps&Babes@church’ – a short worship time for under 5s and their families – will also be availabe on Facebook at 10.00am on Mondays.
St Mary’s Weldon is live streaming its 9.30am Sunday services via Zoom.
St Michael’s Silverstone is hoping to livestream morning prayer at 9am and Sunday Eucharists from 10am via the Whittlewood Benefice Facebook Group.
St Peter and Andrew Corby and St Michael’s Great and Little Oakley are conducting evening prayer (from the Book of Common Prayer) over Zoom every evening at 6.30pm, and Eucharist (again using Zoom) on Sundays at 11.00am. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
St Peter and St Paul with St Michael and All Angels Kettering; and All Saints Kettering are holding Sunday Eucharist services on 10.30am live on Zoom, which are then immediately streamed to their Facebook page. Morning Prayer is also being held every day at 8.30am on Zoom. Anyone wanting to take part in these original Zoom services should email email@example.com for access details.
St Peter’s Brackley is live streaming its Sunday service via its website, with kids’ activities and songs to download.
St Peter’s Cogenhoe is uploading Sunday Eucharists to OneDrive.
St Peter’s Oundle is live streaming daily midday prayer services, Monday to Friday, with their friends at Oundle Baptist Church. In addition, they are live streaming Sunday services at 10.30am. Visit their Facebook page.
St Peter’s Weston Favell is streaming several services at the moment: Daily Morning Prayer at 9.00am (except Sunday), Daily Evening Prayer at 5.30pm, Tiny Tots on Wednesdays at 1.50pm, and main Sunday services at 10.00am. These are all streamed on the church’s Facebook page, with some services and reflections also available on YouTube.
The Tresham Benefice – Rothwell, Loddington, Thorpe Malsor, Rushton and Pipewell – is providing a variety of Sunday worship, special services and Thoughts for the Day via Rushton’s YouTube channel and Holy Trinity Rothwell’s Facebook page.
The United Benefice of Cogenhoe and Great Houghton and Little Houghton with Brafield on the Green are providing online services via their website.
Morning Prayer will be live streamed via the University of Northampton Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Facebook page. The intention is for this to take place from Monday to Friday from 9:30am – other services may follow. All are welcome.
The Uplands Group of Churches are live streaming Sunday services at 9.30am via their Facebook page, as well as the Lent Course every Wednesday at 7.30pm.
The Walgrave Benefice is providing Sunday services via YouTube at 10.00am, and available afterwards via their website (via a link on the home page, or by clicking on ‘Media’). They are also uploading a Thought for the Day at 9.00am – Monday to Saturday – via this link.
Werrington Parish Church is broadcasting Sunday services via their website.
Whitefriars Rushden is providing service links (including audio readings, videos and sermons) via email. To be added to their mailing list, email firstname.lastname@example.org.