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Although not specific to the current pandemic, Roy Jarvis and other friends have set up a Facebook Group Our Christian Friends, which is a “Christian group to inform of Christian events to encourage and support the people of God”. It’s configured as what is called a “Closed Group”, which means you have to ask and be allowed to join, but all Christians of any persuasion will be welcomed.
Old St Paul’s have set up a page to provide digital reflection and worship resources during the coronavirus pandemic at this link.
The Royal School of Church Music, to which our choir belongs, is encouraging everyone to join in singing their Hymn for the Day, updated daily Monday to Saturday, usually in the early afternoon – the words appear on screen as the music plays. On Sundays, “Sunday Self-Service” provides a short service including hymns, readings, and prayers. Available at this link.
The Taizé community have been expressing their solidarity by broadcasting prayer with a small group of brothers live from the community in the evenings at 7:30pm (20:30 CET) via their Facebook page.