Sermons

Autumn 2019

Just as we see in nature the leaves turning and the summer flowers dying, so the Autumn season of sermons brings us to the close of the Church year. The final weeks of Ordinary Time bring us All Saints' and All Souls' before reaching the final few weeks before Advent, and the launch of the next cycle of seasons.

Please click on any of the dates or names below to read sermons preached during the period of Autumn 2019.

 

soundcloud icon 15 September 2019 - Choral Eucharist - The Revd Dr Tim Howles [transcript]

'The future of creation’ The Revd Dr Tim Howles preaches the second sermon in the Creationtide series.

soundcloud icon 15 September 2019 - Choral Matins - The Sub Dean [transcript]

‘A great portent appeared in heaven’ The Sub Dean reminds us of the call to look upward.

 

soundcloud icon 8 September 2019 - Choral Eucharist - The Revd Margot Hodson [transcript]

'Christian discipleship at a time of environmental crisis’ The Revd Margot Hodson preaches the first sermon in the Creationtide series.

soundcloud icon 8 September 2019 - Said Matins with Hymns - Canon Biggar [transcript]

'Christianity and Human Rights' Canon Biggar reflects on our public duty as Christian citizens to offer a moral vision that is larger and more complex than simple rights-talk.

 

soundcloud icon 1 September 2019 - Choral Eucharist - The Dean [transcript]

Hold fast to God and to one another, and God will keep you. The Dean reflects on the Christian calling to humility.

soundcloud icon 1 September 2019 - Said Matins with Hymns - The Dean [transcript]

'Nineveh and Laodicea' The Dean considers anew two ancient cities which were called to repentance.

 

soundcloud icon 25 August 2019 - Choral Eucharist - The Diocesan Canon Precentor [transcript]

‘Swimming against the Flow’ The Diocesan Canon Precentor considers anew our mission as Christians, not to condemn the world but to live holy lives within it. 

soundcloud icon 25 August 2019 - Said Matins with Hymns - Canon Foot [transcript]

We need to be more sensitive and attuned to the presence of God away from the Church. Canon Foot encourages us to remember that God will hear us and respond to our needs wherever we may be.

 

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