All public services at St Mary's Harrow and other London churches have been suspended for the time being, as part of the fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
These links will take you to the following services recorded during this time:
for use with the Liturgy of Palm Sunday
Evening Prayer (audio link)
The Evening Office of Compline
Stations of the Cross - a PowerPoint presentation for personal use
During this week, you may like to read through the later chapters of Matthew's Gospel from which this year's Passion Reading has come. I am grateful to Alison Christian for putting this together. There will be material for Holy Saturday.
Holy Week and Easter Reading at Home
Palm Sunday Matthew 21
Monday Matthew 22
Tuesday Matthew 23
Wednesday Matthew 24 - 25
Maundy Thursday Matthew 26
Good Friday Matthew 27
Holy Saturday To be published
Easter Day: Matthew 28
The following resources may also be of interest courtesy of the Diocese of Litchfield
The material for the Simple Agape might be used on Wednesday evening when the Jewish community celebrate Passover
The Orders of Service include links to hymns and other music
We are leaving details of our regular services up here for future information.
Sunday services at St Mary's Harrow on the Hill follow a monthly pattern except during special Church seasons.
Our services span a broad range of styles but at the heart of our worship is the Eucharist (Holy Communion), which we celebrate every Sunday at 8 am and 10.30 am and on Wednesdays at noon. If you normally receive Communion in your own church, you are most welcome to do so here.
Our main Sunday service, at 10.30 am, is supported by St Mary's choir and follows text from Common Worship. Our early morning and evening services normally follow the traditional text of the Book of Common Prayer.
Choral Evensong is perhaps the most beloved of all Church of England services. We celebrate Choral Evensong once a month, led by our choir. It's usually the third Sunday of the month, but please check our service schedule before making a special journey.
We are also members of the Prayer Book Society: the PBS supports churches that include traditional services in their worship.
Once a month (fourth Sunday of the month from September to July) our 10.30 am service takesis a Family Eucharist - this is popular with all ages and is led by St Mary's music group with the choir.
Our First Steps family service is just 20 minutes long but is still a "proper" service, with prayers, a story and simple, favourite hymns. Held on the second Sunday of the month at 9.30 am, it's an ideal introduction to church for our youngest congregation members