The following resources may help you with your prayer and worship at home:
  •     Reflections for Holy Week from the Diocese of Norwich
          Click Holy Week Reflections for mediations inpsired by paintings.
  •      Support for people feeling lonely

 A number of organisations in Wiltshire are providing befriending support to people who are feeling lonely or isolated at this difficult time. We've collated a list of those organisations and the type of support they provide.

Click Befriending Organisations for details.


  • Church of England Worship at Home 

       A weekly service. Click on  https://www. media-    (...) from 9.00am on Sunday to join in this service. 


  •   Daily Hope Free Phone Line 

      The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has launched a free national phone line as a simple new way to bring worship and into people’s homes while church buildings are closed because of the coronavirus. 

 Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.

The line – which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 – has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind. Please share this with your friends and family members who are not online.  All calls are free.



                                CoE phone line 





  •  The BBC offers opportunities for worship and reflection: 
BBC Radio 4 Sunday Worship 08.10 on Sundays 
BBC1 Songs of Praise at 13.15 on Sundays
BBC Radio 3 Choral evensong 15.30 on Sundays 
BBC Radio 4 LW Daily service 09.45 Mondays to Fridays 
and on catch up via BBC iPlayer for television programmes and BBC Sounds for radio programmes. 

  •   Prayer resource
       Click this link to download a praying hands poster to display in your window           to let people know that you are praying for them -
  •  The UK Blessing
      At this unique and challenging time in the United Kingdom over 65 churches and movements, representing hundreds of others, have come together online to sing a blessing over our land. Standing together as one, our desire is that this song will fill you with hope and encourage you.

       But the church is not simply singing a blessing, each day we're looking to                         practically be a blessing. Many of the churches included in this song have assisted with supplying over 400,000 meals to the most vulnerable and isolated in our nation since COVID-19 lockdown began. This alongside phone calls to the isolated,    pharmacy delivery drops and hot meals to the NHS frontline hospital staff.

      We hope that the Canalside Churches are a blessing to many too at this time. 

       Click on  to enjoy this song.

        Our buildings may be closed but the church is very much alive!


  •  Prayer for Kadugli, Sudan

Click Kadugli Newsletter and Prayer Diary for a prayer request and update from      Bradford Deanery Lay Chairman, John Joy, regarding the situation in Kadugli and    other parts of Sudan. 


  • RSCM Hymn of the Day
  • Prayer resources
      Prayers about the outbreak
      Prayers with children 
      Personal prayers 

  •  Salisbury Cathedral daily reflections and services
       Diocesan Cycle of Prayer  March to April 2021 Cycle of Prayer
       Online daily prayer   (...) 
  • Time to Pray App for Smartphones can be downloaded free of charge.
       Click on for details.

  • Community support 
Wiltshire Voluntary and Community Sector have produced a statement regarding Coronavirus which provides useful information. It is available by clicking Wiltshire Voluntary & Community Sector Statement.  

Community Group Directory  


  •    A prayer for the current situation  


           God of love, circle us with your grace and hope.

 Protect we pray all those who suffer in mind body and spirit.

 Protect and strengthen all those working in our health services,

 planning in our local and national governments,

 all local businesses and those with financial worries,

 and all those who are already isolated or alone.

 Fill our parish, our diocese our country and our world

 with your spirit of love and compassion.

 May the light of life burn brightly in our communities

 and may we know the peace that passes all understanding.