Those who have had to put off their Becket 2020 year pilgrimage may like to watch the live broadcasts from Winchester, Southwark, Rochester and Canterbury Cathedrals.
It is an opportunity to worship with the congregation and take in the architecture and history in anticipation of the pilgrim visit to come.
Winchester’s Sunday Sung Eucharist is at 10am and except on big occasions, such as ordinations last week, is usually celebrated in the quire giving a very good view of the great screen with its famous figures behind the altar.
Half an hour later Canterbury’s Sung Eucharist is broadcast from the nave.
Although Southwark’s 11am Sunday Eucharist is in the nave there is still a clear view of its great screen at the east end.
Southwark’s screen is 500 years old this year and at the instigation of Bishop Richard Fox is an echo the one he had found just completed on his appointment to Winchester in 1501.
The Cathedral Eucharist at Rochester begins at 11.30am.
Evensong at Canterbury can be followed daily at 5.30pm.
The live steams are available through cathedral websites and Twitter.