A landmark Scottish church has launched an online prayer service.
Edinburgh's Rosslyn Chapel, which has been linked to the history of the Freemasons and the Knights Templar, is giving people the chance to have their prayer requests read out in the 15th century church.
Thousands of people around the world have already logged on seeking comfort for specific problems, according to the Scottish Episcopal Church website.
At noon every weekday, the prayer requests are printed off and offered in the chapel by a member of the 120-strong congregation.
The Reverend Michael Fass, the priest in charge at the chapel, said the service would allow the church to build "a long-distance worshipping community".
"We live increasingly disconnected lives. If this is a way that we can connect people to a church, then that must be a good idea," he said.
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