The Sunday Service

Bringing live & recorded church services in to your home


 
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St Dunstan's, Stepney, E1 0NR

Anglican Family Inclusive | Rev. Trevor Critchlow

Within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, this site has been used for Christian worship for over one thousand years. 

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Godalming United Church, GU7 3DU

Methodist, United Reformed | Rev. Paul Hulme

Godalming United Church is a joint Methodist and United Reformed Church in Godalming, Surrey. 

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All Saints', Kings Langley, WD4 8JS

Anglican | Rev. David Lawson

All Saints is a mediaeval church with parts dating from the 13th century. The Langley Chapel contains the tomb of Edmund de Langley 1341-1402 the 1st Duke of York and Brother of The Black Prince. 

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St Paul's, Skelmersdale, WN8 8ND

Anglican Family Inclusive | Rev. Chris Spittle

St Paul's is an active Anglican parish church in the deanery of Ormskirk, the archdeaconry of Warrington, and the diocese of Liverpool. 

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St Nicholas', Canvey Island, SS8 0JR

Anglican family church | Rev. Marion Woolford

St Nicholas Church is the Anglican Parish Church of Canvey Island. The Parish of Canvey Island is part of the Diocese of Chelmsford within the Church of England.  

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Altrincham Methodist Church, WA14 1HF

Methodist | Rev. Janet Asprey

Altrincham Methodist Church is a community for worship, friendship, service and care, sharing the love of God with all people. 

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Aylesbury Methodist Church, HP20 2NQ

Methodist Inclusive | Rev. Helen Kirk

Aylesbury Methodists is an active, inclusive, town centre church; the largest in the Vale of Aylesbury Methodist Circuit. 

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St Lawrence, Abbots Langley, WD5 0AS

Anglican, Inclusive | Rev. Peter Waddell

St Lawrence's is an inclusive church situated in the village of Abbots Langley, Hertfordshire and is part of the Deanery of Watford. There has been a church in the parish for over 850 years. 

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About The Sunday Service

In our ageing population, increasing numbers of people find mobility difficult or impossible.

Many spend years in care homes and their only connection with their faith is a visit from the local vicar and maybe Songs of Praise on the BBC.

Songs of Praise will shortly become a magazine show rather than a church service broadcast.

The Rank Trust felt that an internet-based solution with more local services would be a fitting replacement that could be accessed by ever more technologically competent elderly and disabled people. The broadcasts could also be made available on “smart” TVs in care homes.

CTVC, a charitable arm of the Rank Trust, was commissioned to build and deploy the system.

If your CofE church is interested in becoming involved with the project, our PDF brochure is available for download.