Ideas & Resources for Worshipping at Home

Although we cannot now gather together physically for worship, there are many ways in which we can continue to worship together from our own homes. Below are a number of different options you might like to consider.


As well as the above resources and services, we wanted to find ways in which we could still worship together as a circuit, so we are going to try to meet together using video conference call software.

This is very easy to set up and works on laptops, phones and tablets. There is even an option for people to join in using their home landline phones.

If you would like to be involved in this please join our specially formed Facebook group, (CLS Circuit Worship @ Home) or alternatively you can email me and I will send you the instructions you need to join in.

There is aservice held every Sunday:

10:30am - CLS Circuit Worship @ Home service

We will also be posting some sermons on our Circuit YouTube channel. There are a few there already and new ones will be added each week.

They can be accessed here:

YouTube Channel


The Methodist Church has produced some printable service sheets for the next few weeks, which you could print out for yourself, or for someone in your church who does not have internet access. They can be found here:…/worship-during-the-coronavi…/


BBC local radio stations will broadcast a service led by the Archbishop of Canterbury at 8:00am on Sundays. It will then be available via the Church of England Facebook page at 8:00am.


A number of churches are filming their services for you to watch live online.


For example:

Durham Cathedral - Sunday 11:15 am, via their Facebook page

Church of England Sunday 9:00 am, via Church of England Facebook page

Cullercoats Methodist Church Sunday 10:00 am, via their Facebook page


Wesley’s Chapel in London:

Wednesday 12:45 pm
Thursday 12:45 pm
Sunday 9:45 and 11:00

These will be available at:


Swan Bank Methodist Church
Sunday 10:30 am via or


Following on from the Light A Candle event inviting people to join in prayer, and inviting us all to light a candle in our window, some people in our Circuit are continuing with this and are putting lit candles in their windows at 7pm every Sunday evening.  Contact your Minister for more details of how this is happening throughout the Circuit and how you can be involved.