On this page you will find a variety of resources for worship at home. Simply go to the relevant heading and click on the blue link – this will bring up the text on a new page.
Most services or prayers are for use at any time of the year – eg Night Prayer; a prayer for those who have died – but a few are relevant to a particular season.
The nation’s prayers during the pandemic: 1st – 28th February
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have invited the nation to join together in these prayers at 6.00pm throughout the month of February. More than ever, this is a time when we need to love one another: prayer is an expression of love. Click on the appropriate link for the prayer for the week.
Week 1; 1st – 7th February. http://www.bodicotechurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Archbishops-Feb-1.jpg
Week 2; 8th – 14th February. http://www.bodicotechurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Archbishops-Feb-2.jpg
Week 3; 15th – 21st February. http://www.bodicotechurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Archbishops-Feb-3.jpg
Prayers when someone has died
The death of someone near to us is always a difficult time: you might find the use of some of these prayers helpful. http://www.bodicotechurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Prayers-for-those-who-have-died-and-those-who-mourn.pdf
Prayers for use during the Coronavirus pandemic
We are currently living in very strange times: many are suffering from the physical symptoms of the virus, many are anxious or afraid, many are lonely. We are concerned for ourselves and for others. The following link has some prayers that you might like to use. http://www.bodicotechurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Prayers-during-the-Coronavirus-pandemic.pdf
Prayers for use in the morning
If you would like to start your day with a prayer, click on this link. http://www.bodicotechurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Prayers-for-use-in-the-morning.pdf
Night Prayer (also called Compline)
This is a service of quietness and reflection at the end of the day. http://www.bodicotechurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Compline.pdf
When being present at a celebration of the Eucharist is absolutely impossible, this act of prayer and meditation can provide the means by which you can associate yourself with the Eucharistic Action and open yourself to God’s grace and blessing. http://www.bodicotechurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Spiritual-Communion.pdf
There is a huge range of material available on-line, from daily prayers and prayers for particular occasions, to live-streamed and pre-recorded worship.Use the links below to take you to the main Church of England website or the website for our local diocese, the Diocese of Oxford.