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Sunday Worship

1. The bells of St. Mary Magdalene, Chewton Mendip in Somerset – BBC Radio 4
2. Choral Evensong from Peterborough Cathedral – BBC Radio 3
3. Sunday Worship from the Salvation Army's Regent Hall – BBC Radio 4
4. Sunday Holy Communion livestreamed from St Helena's Church, Beaufort, South Carolina at 10:15 am Eastern Time, 3:15 pm London Time
5. Choral Services from the Chapels of King's College, Cambridge
and Trinity College, Cambridge
and St John's College, Cambridge
and New College, Oxford
6. Sunday Hour – BBC Radio 2
7. Christ and the Peace we need today! – Bishop Mouneer Anis
8. The English Reformers' Teaching on Salvation – Bishop Donald Allister [from 1991]
9. Luke 10:17-24 – Vaughan Roberts – Proclamation Trust Vimeo
10. Various sermons available
All Souls, Langham Place
their 4,000 sermon searchable archive
St James the Less, Pimlico
Cathedral Church of the Advent, Birmingham Alabama
Please pray for the Church of England at this critical time; for the persecuted church and for refugees particularly for peace food and shelter in Syria, Central African Republic and South Sudan and for Egypt and for the diocese of South Carolina and its upcoming Mere Anglicanism Conference
11. Topical Prayers – Church of England
Prayers for the Church of England – Lent and Beyond
South Carolina: Mere Anglicanism Conference 2014
12. Sunday Programme – current affairs with Edward Stourton – BBC Radio 4
13. Food for Thought
North Korea tops Open Doors World Watch List again – Christian Today
World Watch List 2014 – Open Doors
Country Profiles for the list
Experimental Baptism – Dr Ian Paul
Disagreements over CofE's alternative baptism service – Christian Today
“Downton Abbey” and the Modern Age—What Are We Really Watching? – Albert Mohler
Fighting in South Sudan: An explanation – Elizabeth Kendall – Christian Today
Economist Report:
14. Psalm 95 – Daily reflections by the Bishop of Sheffield during January
15. Atacama Timelapse – Nichola Buer Vimeo
16. 10,000 Reasons – Matt Redman – BBC

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