Prayer, The Bible & Podcasts


If you begin this plan, on January 1st and read four chapters a day (about 20 minutes worth of reading every day) by the end of the year, you will have read the complete Bible.

Do this for a year or two and you'll be amazed at how much you'll remember of it. Bible Reading.pdf



If it's been a while since you've read your Bible but you would still like to learn a little more about how the Christian faith works, then perhaps a short Film & Faith course would be something you would enjoy.

We watch a film together one week and in the following weeks, we look at some of the themes used in the film to enrich our faith. Some of the films we have looked at in the past include: Bruce Almighty, The King's Speech, The Boy in the Spriped Pajamas.   

If this sounds like something you might be interested in, why not give Rev'd Vince Fenton a ring? 

 (01388) 760939


Prayer for the Christian is as important as breathing, yet often it's something that does not come easily. Perhaps for this reason, generations of Christians have found saying set prayers for the day so useful. This is something you may already do but if not, do think about trying it.

You never know, it may even become a habit! 

If you would like to read more about spirituality, click here.


Of course you can pray wherever you are, so perhaps you might like to think about subscribing to a free daily prayer podcast. The following link will take you to such a site. Each week you can download daily, 10 minute reflections that include music, a bible reading and a prayerful meditation to ponder upon.

Daily prayer during the week for your mp3 player

or to listen to now:


Or there's another Podcast from Damaris called:

Word in your ear


If you're looking for a short medititive time with God, then try the Spirituality site.

A Link to The Northumbrian Community...  

Sharing Wisdom... here you will find some very useful material on... Listening to God and Celtic Spirituality.

If a complete daily liturgy or Service is more to your liking, then you will find some links below which will take you to such services. You can choose either Common Worship or Book of Common Prayer, depending on what language you feel comfortable with. You may decide to choose the Common Worship services for their use of modern language or the Book of Common Prayer services for their more traditional language. 

For those of you who are methodical, here is a site that gives a Cycle of Intercessions

Common Worship

Morning Evening Night

Today Today Today
Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow

Book of Common Prayer


Today Today Today
Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow

Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England web site, © The Archbishops'

Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004 and is linked to

Here are some some links you may find useful.

How do I pray?

The Church of England

Archbishop of Cantebury

Catholic Church in England and Wales

Churches Together in Britain and Ireland

Methodist Church

Religious Society of Friends

Salvation Army

United Reformed Church in the United Kingdom