PREVIEW: Feel connected to Durham Cathedral from your home.
Posted on April 27th 2020 by Whats on Northeast
Durham Cathedral is closed in response to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, but, with online resources, you can now feel connected to the Cathedral from your own home! On the Durham Cathedral website, you can find a range of activities…
If you have Facebook, this is a fab way to stay in touch. Simply, go onto the Durham Cathedral Facebook page to find their live stream video. The Morning Prayer usually takes place at around 8:30am and the Evening Prayer takes places around 5:15pm. For all other live streams, the Cathedral will post, on their page, a time to look forward to.
Worship from home with…
- Details of upcoming and past broadcasts of services at Durham Cathedral.
- A weekly Praying Together leaflet including timely prayers, readings and updates from the cathedral’s clergy to keep you involved with Durham Cathedral’s worship.
- Downloadable worship and activity resources for children.
As well as that, other resources include…
- Access pastoral support if you are part of Durham Cathedral’s community.
- Keep up to date with the cathedral’s latest news.
… and much more!
“Our ears and hearts are open to everyone during these turbulent times, especially to those who want to talk about something that is troubling them or are feeling lonely”.
This is a great resource for anyone feeling anxious or distressed during the Coronavirus pandemic and would like someone to talk to in these turbulent times. There are also resources here for anyone worrying about vulnerable children or adults, as well as advice on how to pray and more…
Use your free time getting to know Durham Cathedral by reading up on the Cathedrals History!
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