Home Prayer

These orders of service have been prepared for the current public health emergency to help you participate in worship and prayer from home or to follow our services online. You can receive information about this week’s lessons, psalms and collects by signing up to our mailing list.

Services at Saint Giles-in-the-Fields are drawn from the Book of Common Prayer. The present version dates from 1662, and draws heavily on the first English Prayer Books of 1549 and 1552, under King Edward VI. In common with most churches, the order includes variations which date from the first books, the proposed reforms of 1928, and other times in the Church of England’s history since 1662. The order is consistent with the Church of England’s Common Worship 2000.

Virtual Church

Our 11am service on Sundays is shared via Zoom. To join the service follow the link below. 

 
 

Morning Prayer

The office of morning prayer, sometimes called Matins, is set out in the Book of Common Prayer. This order of service has been adapted to allow you to follow the service at home alongside the changing psalms, lessons and prayers set out in the prayer book.  Instructions are printed in italics and we encourage you to supplement the prayers with your own personal prayers.

Evening Prayer

The office of evening prayer, often called Evensong, is set out in the Book of Common Prayer. This order of service has been adapted to allow you to follow the service at home alongside the changing psalms, lessons and prayers set out in the prayer book.  Instructions are printed in italics and we encourage you to supplement the prayers with your own personal prayers.

These links provide access to a range of prayer resources that you may like to use to support you personal practice of prayer and contemplation.  These materials are all provided by the Church of England.

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0207 240 2532

60 St Giles High Street, London

WC2H 8LG

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