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While York Minster is closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, we’re inviting people to join us in daily worship from their own homes.

Each day (excluding Saturdays), a member of the Minster clergy will share a reflection or thought for the day below, and the Church of England has also made a range of resources available online, including daily prayer materials.

Daily reflection, 27 March, the Revd Canon Dr Chris Collingwood

The Dearest Freshness Deep Down Things

 

Church of England daily prayer resources:

 

Previous York Minster clergy reflections/thoughts of the day

 

Daily reflection (Posted 26 March)
The Revd Canon Maggie McLean (Missioner) reflects on the raising of Lazarus. 

I am the resurrection and the life

 

The Feast of Annunciation (Posted 25 March)
Canon Vicky Johnson (Precentor) offers two hymns and a reading as we mark the feast of the annunciation, when Mary receives news from an angel that she is to be the mother of God.

Download copy and hymns here

 

Sunday Sermon (Posted 22 March)

Canon Michael Smith (Pastor) reads his sermon from Lent 4 entitled Healing the blindness 
1 Samuel 16.1-13 & John 9

 

Thought of the day (posted 20 March 2020)
Our own Canon Michael Smith (Pastor) give his thoughts on the latest regarding the pandemic.

 

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