A selection of home-grown resources and signposts to others to equip us all in worshiping together while we are apart during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Scroll down to find the following further below…
- Local Worship from Home
- Signposts for Worship
- Prayer & Devotion
- Join Worship Online
- Worship on TV and Radio
- Hope in our communities
- Pastoral Letters
- Safeguarding & Online Safety
Local Worship from Home
Phone and Zoom Services.
10:30am Morning Worship from Felpham Methodist
Worship help face to face at Felpham Methodist will also be streamed via zoom and phone. Morning Worship will last around 45 minutes.
For joining instructions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Worshiping Together Booklet
Resources for Sunday worship prepared by our local preachers, ministers and worship leaders. Find more on the circuit website
Signposts for Worship
An at-home service if you can’t get to a funeral
This short act of Worship has been prepared for those who may be unable to attend a funeral. it is offered to help you say your formal goodbyes while remaining in your home.
Roots on the web are making devotional resources for Sundays available free of charge.
A range of resources online and/or to download, including family worship and mediations. www.engageworship.org
Visit the Methodist Church Website
There are further signposts on the Methodist Connexional website.
Royal School of Church Music
The RSCM have various resources for daily and weekly worship on their website.
The Vine at Home
A downloadable weekly worship service. The resource will be available to download each Tuesday (for the following Sunday) from the MWiB website.
Prayer & Devotion
Daily Prayer during the outbreak
A daily prayer guide with space for each us to add people, places and situations we wish to particularly pray for.
Spiritual Sustenance during lockdown
A list of resources to help provide spiritual sustenance when in isolation.
Connexional free-phone line. Call for prayers and devotional updates.
> Listen to a prayer: 0808 281 2514
> Listen to a pastoral message from the President and
Vice-President: 0808 281 2695
> Listen to the Methodist Podcast: 0808 281 2478
Using Songs as poetry and prayer
Hymns and songs can be used as poetry and prayer as well as sung. Here’s some suggestions.
Praying with hands prayer mediation
As used in Zoom PrayerSpace in April 2020 – click here
The Methodist Church have prepared an act of Spiritual Communion, as a means of grace while we are unable to physically share communion together.
Pray as you go
Pray as you go – guided meditations and devotions.
Take Time Meditations
Take Time Meditations are reflections for relaxation and deeping spirituality based on the stories of Jesus, born out of Ignatian style spiritual practices.
All We Can Resources
All We Can, the Methodist international development and emergency relief charity, have published their response to the current situation. They have prepared devotional materials that you may wish to use to help you reflect, pray and to stay connected.
Join Worship Online
View our calendar to see what local worship events are coming soon. See below for other online worship opportunities.
Worship Opportunities across the West Sussex (Coast and Downs Circuit)
Join Wesley’s Chapel in London
Live Streamed Worship on Sunday at 11am
Join Swan Bank Methodist Church
Live Streamed Worship on Sundays from 10:30am.
Join Methodist Central Hall, Westminster
Live streamed on Sundays from 11am, plus opportunties to watch on catch up.
Worship on TV and Radio
Worship Services on TV
> Morning Worship at 10am on BBC1
> Songs of Praise usually 1:15pm on BBC1
Worship on local Radio
Check your local radio schedule
> Daily Morning Worship
> Prayer of the Day
> Thought for the Day
> Sunday Worship – around 8am
BBC Radio 3
> Choral Evensong
BBC Radio 2
> Daily Pause for Thought
Worship on DAB Radio
> Premier Christian Radio
> UCB Radio
Postal Pastoral Letters
Copies of recent letters sent to those off-line during the coronavirus pandemic
Safeguarding & Online Safety
Pam North (Felpham Safeguarding Officer) has collated various notes and advice for safeguarding and wellbeing, especially around receiving support at home and/or banking.