Sermons from the most recent Sunday morning services are available here. Just click on a play button below to play the sermon in your browser.
10/06/2018: Mark 3: 20-35: Fr David Armstrong Two memorable references to Jesus’ family bracket this moment of serious controversy in his teaching, when he is accused of representing evil rather than good.
27/05/2018: John 3: 1-17: Fr David Armstrong Text version of the Sermon (pdf format): Nicodemus had to learn that a new kind of birth is necessary to carry us into a new kind of life. God’s only son unites heaven and earth, and his Spirit, moving unseen like the wind, brings us into eternal life.
27/05/2018: Evensong: Trinity Sunday 2018 (pdf format – there is no audio version available)
20/05/2018: John 15: 26 – 27, 16: 4b – 15: Rev’d Canon Hugh Beavan (There is no text version available): Jesus’ teaching about the Holy Spirit describes him as one who represents Christ to us, revealing to us many truths about the world and about God, leading us into all truth.
13/05/2018: John 17: 6 – 19: Rev’d Canon Paul Norrington (Area Dean) (There is no text version available): Jesus’ last words of prayer before his arrest are for those who will remain in this world after he has gone, that they may remain faithful and true, consecrated to the Father as he has been.