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Do you know someone who's isolated, and not even online?

Both the Methodist Church and the Church of England have launched FREE dial-in prayer and news services primarily set up to support isolated Britons, especially the elderly, who have been unable to take advantage of the boom in online church services.

Dial-a-Prayer

The Methodist Church Dial-a-Prayer service and weekly Methodist News are available on:

  • Listen to a prayer: 0808 281 2514
  • Listen to news: 0808 281 2478
  • Content is updated weekly on Thursday afternoon

Daily Hope

Daily Hope, is a free dial-in worship service offering music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.

  • The national line is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044.

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said: "With many in our country on lockdown, it's important that we support those who are feeling lonely and isolated, whatever age they are." Callers to Daily Hope will hear a special greeting from the Archbishop, before being given several options to choose from such as hymns, prayers, reflections and advice on Covid-19.

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