Christian Faith

Discover Jesus.
Jesus is at the heart of Christian faith.

The rejesus web site has been developed by the main churches in England for people to explore who Jesus was and is. The site offers an enormous variety of information, spirituality, interaction and entertainment, and is highly recommended for people who are not sure about what Christian faith means or involves, or what they believe.

rejesus

Church of England

church of england logo The Church of England web site is a useful source of information about Christian faith and the variety of issues with which the national church is involved. Explore what it means to be a Christian and an Anglican – research the church’s view on contemporary issues – discover more about the Archbishops – or church schools and education – or church buildings – or vocations… and more.

Use the ‘Search’ box on every page to look for the item you want, or try the Site Map.

Also, go to the Visit and Contact a Church area of this site, for helpful advice about visiting and contacting a church…

Bible search

BibleGateway offers a vast variety of Bible resources and ways to search the Bible. Search for Bible verses or Bible stories, or use the Keyword Search or Topical Index to look up different topics in the Bible.

A variety of English and non-English Bible translations are available. Their recommended ‘New International Version’ is a good modern English version for someone wanting to get started with the Bible.

Daily Prayer

The Church of England, along with other churches in England and around the world, has a pattern of daily morning, evening and night prayer. Each day, and each time of day, uses different readings from the Bible, and different prayers.

These links provide the full words for morning, evening and night prayer for today and tomorrow.

Morning
Today
Tomorrow

Evening
Today
Tomorrow

Night
Today
Tomorrow

Diocesan Prayer Calendar

Churches across the diocese regularly pray for churches, people and committees in the diocese, as well as churches and people around the world.

Click here.

Click here for prayer for local schools.

Click here to download a prayer card for vocations and people preparing to be ordained.

 

Anglican Cycle of Prayer

The Anglican Cycle of Prayer comes from the Anglican Communion Office. It offers a way of regularly praying for the various Anglican dioceses around the world, as well as a daily Bible reading and Psalm.

Daily Prayer is provided by the official Church of England web site, © The Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004.