Plough Sunday is a traditional agricultural celebration usually held on the Sunday after Epiphany, the Sunday between 7 January and 13 January
Plough Sunday is a traditional agricultural celebration usually held on the Sunday after Epiphany, the Sunday between 7 January and 13 January. In days gone by, this would have been the beginning of the agricultural year, and fell just before the ploughmen returned to work Today the churches which celebrate this festival often bring a plough into church grounds with prayers for the blessing of the land. Although the nature of farming has changed over the centuries, Plough Sunday is still a great way of generally celebrating farming and the work of farmers and praying for them.
The following linked resources May help you with your own Plough Sunday worship or private prayers
Plough Sunday Image for your Communications click the image to download
Blessing of a Plough by Sally Gaze, Archdeacon for Rural Mission
Plough Sunday Reflection in the Covid Crisis based on Luke 9 (Archdeacon Sally Gaze
Reading of Plough Sunday Gospel from Luke 9
Prayers for the Farming Community in January 2021 with Rural Chaplain Graham Miles