Sermon at the Sung Eucharist on the Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity 2020

Our choosing to be saved is significant and important.

The Reverend Mark Birch Minor Canon and Precentor

Sunday, 13th September 2020

Sermon given at the Sung Eucharist on the Twelfth Sunday After Trinity 2020

Matthew 16:21-28

The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle Dean of Westminster

Sunday, 30th August 2020

Sermon given at the Sung Eucharist on the Tenth Sunday after Trinity 2020

'Will we be able to say a final ‘No’ to God?'

The Reverend Mark Birch Minor Canon and Precentor

Sunday, 16th August 2020

Sermon given at the Sung Eucharist on the Ninth Sunday after Trinity 2020

Anyone who has ever helped a child learn to walk will know just how important eye contact can be.

The Reverend Dr James Hawkey Canon Theologian

Sunday, 9th August 2020

Sermon at the Eucharist on the Eighth Sunday after Trinity 2020

We give thanks for this offering, and for its multiplication.

The Reverend Mark Birch Minor Canon and Precentor

Sunday, 2nd August 2020

Sermon given at the Eucharist on the Sixth Sunday after Trinity 2020

Here is Paul’s big idea: however bad it looks, God intends salvation.

The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle Dean of Westminster

Sunday, 19th July 2020