Radio 4's Sunday morning service from Holy Trinity Platt in Manchester.
Bell ringers celebrate Pentecost at Holy Trinity, Hull.
From St Andrew's and St George's West Church, Edinburgh, led by the Rev Ian Gilmour.
From St John's College, Cambridge. What kind of victory can bring hope for the future?
Live from Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, nearby to the Houses of Parliament.
Live from Sunderland, celebrating 150 years since the foundation of the Salvation Army.
A service from Christ Church, Carmarthen, with the Rev Canon Dr Patrick Thomas.
Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir and the Rev Lucy Winkett journey forward from the resurrection
The first female Church of England Bishop, Rt Rev Libby Lane, with her first Easter sermon
Sixth service in a series for Lent, exploring what it means to be made in God's image.
The fifth in a Lent series exploring what it means to be made in God's image.
Fourth in a Lent series exploring what it means to be made in God's image.
Dr Rowan Williams explores what it means to be made in God's image.
Second in a Lent series exploring what it means to be made in God's image.
The first in a Lent series exploring what it means to be made in God's image.
A service for Valentine's Day from St Luke's, West Holloway, with writer Dave Tomlinson.
Mass for the fifth Sunday of the year live from Brentwood Cathedral.
Seek the prosperity of the city. Live from Lisburn Cathedral in Co Antrim.
Live from Coventry Cathedral, marking Holocaust Memorial Day.
From St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow, with the Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth.
Croydon Seventh Day Adventist Gospel Choir is directed by Ken Burton.
A service for Epiphany from Tabernacl Baptist Church, Cardiff, with the Rev Roy Jenkins.
Marking Holy Innocents from Wesley's Chapel London with carols in the West Gallery style.
The last service in a series for Advent, from Methodist College, Belfast.
Third service in the Advent series exploring the nature of Jesus's ministry.
The second service in the Advent series, live from St Joseph's Church in Bradford.
First in our Advent series on St Andrew's Day from the University of St Andrews.
Sung Mattins from Her Majesty's Chapel Royal, St James's Palace with the Bishop of London.
Celebrating 200 years of Baptist partnership between Jamaica and Great Britain.
A special edition recorded at Camp Bastion and on the battlefields of northern France.