Midweek services


 

Christmas Day Services

On TV

  • Carols from King's College Cambridge is being broadcast on BBC2 at 6.55 am and is available on BBC iPlayer 7.35 am. With the world in turmoil, and everything around us so uncertain, the exquisite moment when the solo chorister begins to sing Once in Royal David’s City in the candlelit chapel of King’s College, Cambridge, will seem more meaningful than ever. The congregation and with its members socially distanced – sings carols old and new. A perfect opportunity to take a moment to reflect.
  • Christmas Day Eucharist is being broadcast on BBC1 at 10.00 am and is available on BBC iPlayer at 10.40 am. Senior Pastor, Bishop Paul McCalla, and Peter Sutcliffe, Senior Pastor at the Nechells Outreach Centre lead a festive act of worship, live from the Church of God of Prophecy in Birmingham. The gospel-themed affair features a small group of singers and musicians, all socially distanced in compliance with Covid regulations. Music includes some of the best-loved carols, including Joy to the World, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing and Mary Did You Know?

On Radio

  • Nine Lessons and Carols will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 at 3.00 pm from the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge to mark the beginning of Christmas. The readings are interspersed with carols old and new, sung by the chapel choir. 
  • Midnight Mass will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 at 11.30 pm. The Mass of the Nativity of the Lord, live from Manchester Cathedral, celebrated by Dean Rogers Govender with preacher Dr David Walker, the Bishop of Manchester.

In the Diocese

  • Coventry Cathedral will be streaming a Christmas Eucharist service with the Bishop of Coventry on their Facebook Page and Youtube channel at 10.30 am. Tickets to attend the service are available from Eventbrite. 
  • St Peter and St John, Rugby will be streaming their Family Celebration with Holy Communion their Facebook Page at 10.00 am 
  • St Paul's Church, Leamington Spa will be streaming their All-Age Family Celebration service at 10.30 am on Youtube and Facebook

To find out if your local church is streaming worship visit: www.achurchnearyou.com