The Coronation of King Charles III is a historic moment in the life of our nation. The Coronation ceremony on Saturday 6 May will reflect the King’s role today and look towards the future. The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have written to clergy to share their hopes, desires and prayers for the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III on the 6 May.
Resources for children
Church of England resources for primary and secondary schools are now available to download.
28 Days of Prayer
Sun 9 April to Sat 6 May
National Week of Prayer
Sun 30 April to Sat 6 May
Sat 6 May
Big Coronation Lunch
Sun 7 May
Big Help Out
Mon 8 May
There will be loads going on over the whole weekend of the Coronation. Here are a few things you might want to get involved with...
The Big Lunch
Bring your community together by hosting a lunch on 6-8 May.
The Big Help Out
Celebrate and recruit volunteers and make the impact of the coronation long-lasting. Find out more.
An online service will be streamed from the Church of England's website, Facebook and YouTube on Sunday 7 May and available on-demand immediately after its conclusion. You may like to share thise service to complement your local services.
Christ Church Cathedral will celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III on Friday 5th May 2023 6pm. Watch the live stream here:
Resources for churches
The Church of England Coronation hub has a host of resources for churches looking to plan events and special services, as well as special resources for schools and young people. Browse the resources.
Downloadable BSL resources are available from Christian BSL.