Coronavirus Resources


Sunday Worship

There are a number of online services available for you to share in Sunday Worship from your home. Our weekly Beetham Church audio service is available further down this page, along with worship resources and church notices.  Beetham Church YouTube Services created for special occasions can be accessed below.  Details are also available for the weekly National Service on Facebook and YouTube and local livestream services on A Church Near You

 

Beetham & Arnside Ash Wednesday

Join us in celebrating a Eucharist for Ash Wednesday.  The service is led by The Revd Andrew Norman with music from the Beetham & Arnside Virtual Church Choir and organist Geoffrey Field.  The video is available to watch by clicking here

 

Beetham & Arnside Candlemas

A celebration of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple (Candlemas).  The video is available to watch on YouTube by clicking here

Beetham Community Advent Calendar

 Please click here to go to our online Advent Calendar, recorded by individuals and groups from Beetham community for 1st-25th December

A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols

 Our Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols led by the Revd Andrew Norman and Music Director Geoffrey Field, with the Beetham Church Virtual Choir.  To view on YouTube please go to Door 20 on our Advent Calendar

 Beetham First Sunday of Advent Service

Celebrating Advent Sunday in worship and music, and with the lighting of the first candle on our Advent wreath.  The video is available on YouTube by clicking here

 Beetham & Arnside All Souls Service

 Remembering those from our families and communities that we have lost, in Commemoration of the Faithful Departed, available on YouTube by clicking here

Beetham Harvest Hotpot Supper at Home 

An evening of laughter and music, and a reminder of Suppers over the years, prepared by the Friends of Beetham Church, available on YouTube by clicking here

 

 Beetham Harvest Festival Songs & Praise

Harvest readings, music and worship recorded by members of the congregation, the Revd Andrew Norman, and organist Geoffrey Field, available here

   Beetham Patronal Choral Evensong

Celebrating the Feast of St Michael & All Angels in worship and music.  The video can be viewed on YouTube by clicking here

 

   Beetham Pentecost Choral Evensong

Our Choral Evensong for Pentecost recorded by The Revd Andrew Norman, with music by Geoffrey Field.  The YouTube is available to view by clicking here

  Beetham & Arnside Ascension Service

A service of Songs & Praise recorded by members of Beetham, Arnside and Storth Churches.  To watch the video on YouTube please click here


Beetham Church VE Day Service

A special service to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, recorded by members of Beetham Church.  To view the service on YouTube please click here

 

   Beetham Church Easter Songs & Praise

A special service of readings, poetry, music, and prayer recorded by members of Beetham Church to celebrate Easter Day 2020 is on YouTube by clicking here

ST MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS 

BEETHAM

The First Sunday of Lent

 Our weekly online service is led by the Revd Andrew Norman, with organ music recorded by Geoff Field, and hymns recorded by St Martin's Voices and the Choral Scholars of St Martin in the Fields

To listen to the audio please click here

The words to the hymns can be downloaded hereIf you have a hymn book at home the hymns are 217 and 214 in the Hymns Ancient & Modern New Standard edition, and can be found in Ancient & Modern for Refreshing Worship at 116 and 652

  Hymn 1: Be thou my guardian                                         Hymn 2: Guide me, O thou great Redeemer                 Organ Prelude: 'Trio Op.49 no.3' by Josef Rheinberger    Post Gospel:  'Christus, der ist mein Leben' by J G Walther                                                                        Interludes:  Trio on the Chorale 'Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verborcken' by J C Oley and Hymnus 'Ave maris stella' by R Coelho                               Voluntary'Fughetta in C minor' by Rheinberger

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National Service for the First Sunday of Lent

The National Service for the First Sunday of Lent will be available to view on YouTube and Facebook from 9am on Sunday 21st February by clicking here

 

 

 Online worship from local churches

To find a local church service please click here to go to A Church Near You and search for your nearest church.  Livestream Eucharist Services on Sunday 21st February will be available from St John the Evangelist at Yealand Conyers at 9.30am and St Mary at Borwick at 9.30am; and a recorded Communion Service from St Thomas at Crosscrake from 10am

Resources

A series of prayers, reflections, and website resources from The Revd Andrew Norman, to help us as we look for spiritual guidance at this time.  Please click on the relevant title to download

Sunday Reflection and Supplement  - weekly Sunday Reflections and Sunday Supplement for the Sunday next before Lent
Ash Wednesday Order of Service  - Order of Service to download for the Ash Wednesday YouTube Eucharist
Mission Community Lent Gatherings  - dates for the Kent Estuary Mission Community Lent Courses can be found by clicking here.  For the God For All Vision Lent Gathering materials please click here
Joint Letter from the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archbishop of York  - letter from the Archbishops about the national Call to Prayer (January 2021)
Pray for the Nation Booklet    - updated prayer resources for the Call to Prayer (January 2021)
 A Book of Prayers  - to help us all to pray at home, including a Spiritual Holy Communion
Church of England - Supporting Mental Health  - a guide to mental health reflections for the present time
Carlisle Diocese eNews  - to subscribe to regular email updates from the Diocese of Carlisle
Beetham PCC Coronavirus Update  - update on the PCC recommendations for closing  Beetham Church for public worship (January 2021)
Beetham PCC Coronavirus Guidance for Public Worship  - guidance for the reopening of Beetham Church for public worship, updated 9th August with the decision to wear face coverings whilst in the church building