Worship

Worship at Home

On this page we hope to link you up with helpful online resources for worship and discipleship at home. Our Sunday services are now available weekly on YouTube with Sunday activities for our children.

St Andrew’s YouTube


For adults

The Church of England has offered daily worship for hundreds of years with different readings and prayers to celebrate the different seasons of the church year.  Click here to access the daily service liturgy and readings.

Prayer – The 24/7 prayer website has lots of material, particularly good is the Lectio 365 app which you can download on smartphones. The app will lead you through a daily devotional.  

Worship Music – Spotify can be used for free online or via an app.
It has free access to lots of worship music of different genres. 

Bible Study – The Bible Gateway website has reading plans, commentaries and devotionals. To explore some different ways of worshipping look at The Engage Worship website

For Families

The diocese has developed a whole new section on their website called Worship at home. It includes ideas for family worship in the home and ways of keeping busy and connected. Rochester Diocese Worship at Home Resources.

We have also found a great resource from Worship for Everyone, the Drake family are doing live sessions from their home including all age songs and bible teaching. Worship for Everyone can be found on Facebook and their live sessions are on Saturdays and Wednesdays at 4pm.    

For Young People

We love Intro Outros’s YouTube channel.
They are also on Instagram, with lots of games and challenges and positive messages. 

Another great place to go is Soul Survivor’s YouTube channel, they have loads of videos of worship and teaching from the famous big top. 

The Way is a great YouTube channel to follow. Mark + Kaeli are posting regular videos covering topics like Mental Health, Worry, Prayer. They do a Check-In video each week. Have a look. 

Spring Harvest have gone totally online this year and they have teaching, talks, seminars and activity sessions for youth all on their YouTube channel. There is a playlist for 11-14’s and 14-18’s. If you look at the home page you will see a truckload of videos to watch.