Sunday services

Sunday Services


  • The Big Questions is on BBC1 at 10.30 am and is available on iPlayer at 11.10 am. Nicky Campbell hosts moral and religious discussions on whether Britain is still racist, and would the world be a better place if everyone believed in reincarnation.
  • Sunday Worship is on BBC1 at 11.15 am and is available on iPlayer at 11.55 am. A service for the second Sunday of Lent.
  • Songs of Praise is on BBC1 at 1.15 pm and is available on iPlayer at 1.55 pm. Ahead of St David's Day, Sean Fletcher explores beautiful Tintern Abbey in Monmouthshire, and Welsh Rugby legends share their stories of finding faith after hanging up their boots.


  • BBC Radio 2 is broadcasting Good Morning Sunday at 6.00 am. Ahead of St David's Day, Welsh music legend Bonnie Tyler joins the Rev Kate Bottley and Jason Mohammad to reflect on her incredible career, her faith and her new album, The Best Is Yet to Come. With Pause for Thought at 6.30.
  • BBC Radio 4 is broadcasting Sunday Worship at 8.10 am. The Archbishop of Wales, the Most Rev John Davies, marks St David's Day in a service for the second Sunday of Lent, recorded under lockdown conditions at Brecon Cathedral.
  • BBC Radio 3 is broadcasting Choral Evensong at 3.00 pm From the Chapel of King's College, London.
  • Radio Plus is broadcasting David Stone's faith show from 7 am to 11 am - at 10.00 am.  You can listen at 101.5FM or on the Radio Plus website. David will also be leading an on-air worship service between 10 and 11 am.

Streamed Services   

The following list is a small sample of the wide range of streaming services:

  • Coventry Cathedral will be live-streaming the following services on their Facebook page and Youtube Channel.                       

            9.15 Welcome to Worship 

            10.30 Eucharist

             4.00 Evening Prayer 

             6.00 Prayer for the Nation 

Those without access to the internet can listen to a recording of the Eucharist by dialling 02476 939700

  • St Mark's Church, Coventry will be live-streaming a service at 10.30 am on their Youtube Channel (informal, relaxed service)
  • St Paul's Church, Leamington Spa will be streaming a 'kids and family' service at 9.30 am and their regular morning service at 10.30 am both on their Facebook page and Youtube channel (informal, relaxed service)

This week's featured service

  • St Andrew's Church, Rugby will be streaming a Eucharist service at 10.30 am on (Urban, liturgical).

The full list of live-streamed services in Coventry and Warwickshire can be found on a dedicated section of A Church Near You.

Other services can also be found on the Church of England website.

Many churches, both large and small, are finding new ways of connecting with their local communities through the streaming of church services from home.