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On this page you will find a selection of the sermons preached at St Paul's Cathedral by priests from the Cathedral, Diocese of London and further afield.

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For details of preachers please see our service schedule.
 
 
01 March 2015

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Lent (1 March 2015) by the Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the persecution of Christians around the world and the upcoming UK election, saying: "If the only way we can take up our cross right now is to use our faith, our intelligence and our vote to campaign for the Kingdom of God, it is a start."

15 February 2015

Sermon preached on the Sunday before Lent (15 February 2015) by the Reverend Prebendary Duncan Ross

The Reverend Prebendary Duncan Ross talks about the challenges we face at Lent and says: "Lent is not just about us and our failings, but about daring to open ourselves to the living God."

Sermon preached on the Sunday before Lent (15 February 2015) by the Reverend Dr Gregory Platten, Vicar, All Saints, Friern Barnet

The Reverend Dr Gregory Platten discusses the importance of silence and says: "Silence is powerful because it is of God, it is divine."

08 February 2015

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday before Lent (8 February 2015) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison looks at worship and power -  not God’s power over us, but the power God gives to us.

01 February 2015

Sermon preached on the Fourth Sunday of Epiphany (1 February 2015) by the Reverend Marjorie Brown, Vicar, St Mary the Virgin, Primrose Hill

The Reverend Marjorie Brown talks about Candlemas and how it reminds us of birth and death, and how they are connected, and of God’s faithfulness at both the beginning and the end of our lives.

11 January 2015

Sermon preached on the Baptism of Christ (11 January 2015) by The Reverend Dr Will Adam, Vicar, St Paul’s Winchmore Hill

The Reverend Will Adam looks at the terror attacks that gripped France in early January 2015, then looking at the Baptism if Christ, which he says "brings about a transformation".

04 January 2015

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Christmas (4 January 2015) by the Reverend Canon Mark Oakley, Chancellor

The Reverend Canon Mark Oakley discusses the idea of strangers - from Paddington Bear to Jesus - and concludes that the stranger is not the enemy.

28 December 2014

Sermon preached on the first Sunday of Christmas (28 December 2014) by the Very reverend David Ison, Dean

On the Feast of the Holy Innocents, The Very Reverend David Ison looks at innocence, concluding 'this day of commemoration of the innocent challenges those of us with power to repent of the ways in which we ourselves abuse the innocent to make ourselves feel better'.

25 December 2014

Sermon preached on Christmas Day (25 December 2014) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison preaches on Christmas Day.

14 December 2014

Sermon preached on the Third Sunday of Advent (14 December 2014) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

In the second of a special series of sermons entitled Advent: a world turned upside-down, The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel discusses Investing in one another in a world of self-promotion

07 December 2014

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Advent (7 December 2014) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison looks at fairness, concluding "God doesn’t do ‘fair’: but God is just, and kind."

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Advent (7 December 2014) by The Reverend Canon Mark Oakley, Chancellor

In the first of a special series of sermons entitled Advent: a world turned upside-down, The Reverend Canon Mark Oakley looks at Patience in a world of impatience.

16 November 2014

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday before Advent (16 November 2014) by The Reverend Guy Treweek, Priest in Charge of St James Garlickhythe and St Andrew's by the Wardrobe

The Reverend Guy Treweek looks at risk and fear and concludes 'Our faith journey is impossible on our own'.

Address given at the Barts Health NHS Trust Service of Remembrance (16 November 2014), by Heather Richardson, Chief Executive, St Christopher's Hospice

Heather Richardson speaks at the Barts Service of Remembrance.

26 October 2014

Sermon preached on the Last Sunday after Trinity (26 October 2014) by The Reverend Sarah Eynstone, Chaplain

The Reverend Sarah Eynstone looks at the idea of self-worth in society through the story of Jesus' account of the wedding feast to the Pharisee.

12 October 2014

Sermon preached on the Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity (12 October 2014), by the Reverend Aidan Platten, Vicar, St Mark, Hamilton Terrace

The Reverend Aidan Platten discusses the rise of social media and the friendships formed there, but says 'the most sustaining relationships are those that are incarnational'.

Sermon preached on the Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity (12 October 2014), by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison asks 'do you like hearing stories?' and tells us that 'everyone is welcome to God’s table'.

28 September 2014

Sermon (i) preached on the Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity (28 September 2014) by the Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at charitable giving and thinks about a bigger and better society.

Sermon (ii) preached on the Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity (28 September 2014) by the Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

In the fourth and final of a series looking focusing on William Shakespeare's 450th birthday, The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel discusses 'Shakespeare and the Comedy of Redemption'

Sermon (iii) preached on the Fifteen Sunday after Trinity (28 September 2014) by the Reverend Dr Jeremy Morris, The Master, Trinity Hally, Cambridge



21 September 2014

Sermon preached on the Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity (21 September 2014) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, reveals his favourite Bible story - about the evil tax collector Zacchaeus - and discusses how Matthew the Apostle had also been a 'wicked' tax collector.

Sermon preached on the Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity (21 September 2014) by Professor Alison Shell, Reader in English Literature, University College London

In the third of a series looking focusing on William Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Professor Alison Shell discusses 'Shakespeare and the Church of England'

14 September 2014

Sermon Preached on Holy Cross Day (14 September 2014) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at sites of Christian worship, notably the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, but concludes that all churches are 'made holy more by prayer than by any artefacts or antecedents'.

Sermon Preached on Holy Cross Day (14 September 2014) by The Reverend Canon Mark Oakley, Chancellor

In the second of a series looking focusing on William Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Canon Mark Oakley, discusses 'Shakespeare, Tragedy and the Christian: Not in our Stars, but in Ourselves'.

07 September 2014

Sermon preached on the Twelfth Sunday after Trinity (7 September 2014) by Professor Stanley Wells CBE

In the first of a series looking focusing on William Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Professor Stanley Wells CBE, Editor of the Oxford Shakespeare

Sermon preached on the Twelfth Sunday after Trinity (7 September 2014) by the Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at anger and peace, and longs to reach a point where 'there is no grievance left to reconcile and no anger left to forgive.'

31 August 2014

Sermon preached on the Eleventh Sunday after Trinity (31 August 2014) by The Reverend Canon Mark Oakley, Chancellor

The Reverend Canon Mark Oakley preaches after a Cathedral floor debate with Sara Miles and Nadia Bolz-Weber.

17 August 2014

Sermon preached on the Ninth Sunday after Trinity (17 August 2014) by The Reverend Sarah Eynstone, Minor Canon and Chaplain

The Reverend Sarah Eynstone looks at the 

10 August 2014

Sermon preached on the Eighth Sunday after Trinity (10 August 2014) by The Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas, Pastor

The Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas discusses '

03 August 2014

Sermon preached on the eve of the centenary of the outbreak of WW1 (3 August 2014) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel discusses war - past and present - saying 'anniversaries of war are no occasions for celebration and, if anything, provide moments of recognition that all is not well with the world'.

27 July 2014

Sermon preached on the Sixth Sunday after Trinity (27 July 2014) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison asks 'what do you think about the devil?'

13 July 2014

Sermon preached on the Fourth Sunday after Trinity (13 July 2014) by The Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas, Pastor

The Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas discusses 'Scarcity and Sufficiency'

15 June 2014

Sermon preached on Trinity Sunday (15 June 2014) by the Reverend Prebendary Douglas Dettmer, Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral and Rector of the Netherexe Parishes

The Reverend Prebendary Douglas Dettmer askes: 

08 June 2014

Sermon preached on the Day Of Pentecost (8 June 2014) by the very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison asks 'are you a tidy person?' as the Church celebrates its birthday on Pentecost.

29 May 2014

Sermon preached on Ascension Day (29 May 2014) by The Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas, Pastor

The Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas discusses 'Ascension: Absence, Presence and more than a Brief Encounter'.

25 May 2014

Sermon preached on the Sixth Sunday of Easter (25 May 2014) by the Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the lead-up to Ascension Day and Pentecost by saying we should do some 'soul-searching about what it means to keep God’s commandments'.

Sermon preached as part of the 'What I want to say now' series (25 May 2014) by the Right Reverend Christopher Herbert, former Bishop of St Albans

The Right Reverend Christopher Herbert (Bishop of St Albans, 1996-2009) discusses the Beauty of God.

18 May 2014

Sermon preached as part of the 'What I want to say now' series (18 May 2014) by the Right Reverend Tom Butler, former Bishop of Southwark

The Right Reverend Tom Butler (Bishop of Southwark. 1998-2010) describes an alternative to the current Anglican Covenant and concludes 'it might not be the new Jerusalem...but...it might be a decent suburb of it'.

14 May 2014

Sermon preached on the Feast of Matthias (14 May 2014) by the Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas, Pastor

The Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas discusses 'h

11 May 2014

Sermon preached on the Fourth Sunday of Easter (11 May 2014) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison looks at community 'gatekeepers' and concludes "it’s not the gatekeepers who define the community, but the gate: and Jesus himself is the gate."

Sermon preached as part of the 'What I want to say now' series (11 May 2014) by the Right Reverend Peter Price, former Bishop of Bath and Wells

The Right Reverend Peter Price (Bishop of Bath and Wells, 2001-2013) asks 'can Christianity continue to sanction war?'

Sermon preached on the Fourth Sunday of Easter (11 May 2014) by the Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas, Pastor

The Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas looks at 

04 May 2014

Sermon preached on the Third Sunday of Easter (4 May 2014) by the Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas, Pastor

The Reverend Canon Tricia Hillas looks at comfort and says "I’d like to suggest that God wants us comforted 

Sermon preached as part of the 'What I want to say now' series (4 May 2014) by the Right Reverend John Gladwin, former Bishop of Chelmsford

The Right Reverend John Gladwin (Bishop of Chelmsford, 2004-2009) looks at the position of the Church in society and says "the Church has a rich and unrivalled resource in its faith and history for making a vital and critical contribution."

27 April 2014

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Easter (27 April 2014) by the Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the difficulty we face in proving God's existence and concludes 'I have received too much evidence that Jesus is the Messiah to have the luxury now to deny it'.

20 April 2014

Sermon preached on Easter Sunday (20 April 2014) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at gratitude and says that we should all 'resolve to be more grateful to God and more affirming of each other.'

17 April 2014

Sermon preached on Maundy Thursday (17 April 2014) by the Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

On Maundy Thursday, The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at leadership and says it is 'not about crowns and coronets but about towels and basins'

06 April 2014

Sermon preached on the Fifth Sunday of Lent (6 April 2014) by the Very reverend David Ison, Dean

How well do you get on with your family, friends and neighbours?

04 April 2014

Sermon preached at the 72nd Service of the United Guilds of the City of London (4 April 2014) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

How do you choose your Master, Prime Warden or Upper Bailiff? Or your Lord Mayor? And how much does it matter who gets chosen? Is it simply about seniority and willingness, and ability to wear gorgeous robes and big hats with dignity? Or is our capacity to lead, our ability to enable others, at the heart of the office which we hold?

16 March 2014

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Lent (16 March 2014) by the Reverend Canon Philippa Boardman

'Counting the Cost'

09 March 2014

Sermon preached on the First Sunday of Lent (9 March 2014) by the Reverend Canon Philippa Boardman, Treasurer

The Country and Western singer Mac Davis may not be a household name but his song 'O Lord it's hard to be humble

05 March 2014

Sermon preached on Ash Wednesday (5 March 2014) by the Right Reverend Richard Chartres, Bishop of London

The Right Reverend Richard Chartres preaches at the Sung Eucharist with Imposition of Ashes on Ash Wednesday.

04 March 2014

Sermon preached at the Installation of Tricia Hillas as Canon Pastor and Pim Baxter as Lay Canon (4 March 2014) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison welcomes Tricial Hillas and Pim Baxter to the Chapter of St Paul's at a special Evensong service on Shrove Tuesday.

02 March 2014

Sermon preached on the Sunday before Lent (2 March 2014) by Sally Muggeridge, Immediate Past Master of The Worshipful Company of Marketors

Sally Muggeridge, Immediate Past Master of The Worshipful Company of Marketors, reflects on the needs of the church for hands on involvement, and the essential requirement for us to embrace opportunities to serve in our spiritual lives, always open to hearing God’s will.

Sermon preached on the Last Sunday before Lent (2 March 2014) by the Reverend Canon Philippa Boardman, Treasurer

'Don't do something – just sit there'

23 February 2014

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday before Lent (23 February 2014) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison looks at the different ways we approach our lives and concludes that that 'God looks to the good of the whole and sees us as a creation to be loved rather than a problem to be solved'.

16 February 2014

Sermon preached on the Third Sunday before Lent (16 February 2014) by the Reverend Canon Mark Oakley, Chancellor

The Reverend Canon Mark Oakley looks at 'mess' and concludes that God shatters the prisons and liberates the hearts of those who do not fit into obvious boxes.

09 February 2014

Sermon preached on the Fourth Sunday before Lent (9 February 2014) by The Reverend Dr Will Lamb, Vice-Principal of Westcott House, Cambridge

The Reverend Dr Will Lamb looks at 'ekklesia' and concludes that it is 'an integral part of the mystery of salvation'.

02 February 2014

Sermon preached on Candlemas (2 February 2014) by Reverend Niall Weir, Rector of St Paul's Church, West Hackney

The Reverend Niall Weir looks at preconceptions and misconceptions.

26 January 2014

Sermon preached on the Third Sunday of Epiphany (26 January 2014) by the Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at prophecy and testimony and concludes that they are the 'vehicles whereby divine and human encounter one another'.

19 January 2014

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Epiphany (19 January 2014) by the Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at truth and revelation and concludes 'God has been in the business of revelation from the beginning of the world'.

05 January 2014

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Christmas (5 January 2014) by the Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at romance in the Christian faith and says 'the divine presence is everywhere in all of its sensuality and intimacy'.

29 December 2013

Sermon preached on the First Sunday of Christmas (29 December 2013) by The Right Reverend Dorsey W M McConnell, Bishop of Pittsburgh

The Right Reverend Dorsey W M McConnell looks at sin and forgiveness.

22 December 2013

Sermon preached on the Fourth Sunday of Advent (22 December 2013) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison looks at Heaven and says 'Heaven starts now by building our relationship with God in Jesus Christ through prayer, worship and service.'

15 December 2013

Sermon preached on the Third Sunday of Advent (15 December 2013) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison discusses hell and says 'God is not Mr Nice or Mr Nasty - God is Mr Love.'

08 December 2013

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Advent (8 December 2013) by Christina Rees, Senior Partner at Media Maxima

Christina Rees speaks about the awkwardness of Advent and asks 'as we contemplate the Second Coming, for what am I still waiting and watching?

Sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Advent (8 December 2013) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison looks at judgement and says 'it’s learning to judge ourselves truly that’s the basic life skill'.

01 December 2013

Sermon preached on the First Sunday of Advent (1 December 2013) by the Very Reverend David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend David Ison discusses death and says that it is love and relationships that give our life meaning in the face of death.

24 November 2013

Sermon preached on the Feast of Christ the King (24 November 2013) by the Reverend Canon Chris Chivers,

Samuel 8: 4-20  John 18: 33-37

27 November 2012

Sermon preached on the Feast of Christ the King (25 November 2012) by The Reverend Canon michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at inclusivity, referring to the vote on women bishops and Jesus' representation in Holman Hunt's 'The Light of the World'.

Sermon preached on the Feast of Christ the King (25 November 2012) by The Very Reverend Dr David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend Dr David Ison looks at the history and meaning of The Feast of Christ the King.

19 November 2012

Sermon preached on the second Sunday before Advent (18 November 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the strength of our hope, referring to the current situation in the Middle East.

12 November 2012

Sermon preached on the third Sunday before Advent, Remembrance Sunday (11 November 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the human quest for life by focusing on the often ignored statue to the Kinder Transport at Liverpool Street Station.

08 November 2012

Sermon preached on the fourth Sunday before Advent (4 November 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

'Shemas and shibboleths'. The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor, looks at the 'extraordinary' behaviour of religious people and Jesus' response to the hierarchy of the Commandments.

23 October 2012

Sermon preached on the twentieth Sunday after Trinity (21 October 2012) by The Very Reverend Dr David Ison, Dean

The Very Reverend Dr David Ison looks at the meaning of the Sabbath, Pharisees and how complex issues can’t be resolved by simply quoting individual texts.

16 October 2012

Sermon preached on the nineteenth Sunday after Trinity (14 October 2012) by The Right Reverend Michael Colclough, Canon Pastor

The Right Reverend Michael Colclough looks at Jesus' meeting with a stranger asking how he could inherit eternal life, and how Jesus wanted to love the man into the Kingdon of Heaven, but in the end the important thing was what the man wanted.

30 September 2012

Sermon preached on the seventeenth Sunday after Trinity (30 September 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the idea we all go to heaven or hell, and asks, 'is it that simple?'.

19 September 2012

Sermon preached for the Installation of Reverend Jonathan Coore as Succentor (19 September 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at risk taking under the dome of St Paul's Cathedral and how there is no desire to bury our heads in the sand.

17 September 2012

Sermon preached on the fifteenth Sunday after Trinity (16 September 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the natural human instinct to take sides, but that 'sitting on the fence' allows people of faith to focus entirely on God.

28 August 2012

Sermon preached on the twelfth Sunday after Trinity (26 August 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the 'humility of the race', on the day that St Paul's hosted a service for the opening of the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

26 August 2012

Sermon preached on the Twelfth Sunday after Trinity (26 August 2012) by Professor Peter McCullough, Lay Canon

Professor Peter McCullough looks at both the simplicity and complexity of sharing, as well as what we mean by 'communication'.

05 August 2012

Sermon (i) preached on the ninth Sunday after Trinity (5 August 2012) by The Very Reverend Dr David Ison, Dean

The Dean of St Paul's looks at passion and sex in the Bible, particularly in the Song of Songs.

Sermon (ii) preached on the ninth Sunday after Trinity (5 August 2012) by The Very Reverend Dr David Ison, Dean

The Dean of St Paul's looks at the Olympic crowds and says that in his day, Jesus was the crowd-puller - the 'attraction that people wanted to see'.

01 August 2012

Sermon preached on the eighth Sunday after Trinity (29 July 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at Miracle and Parable - and asks, are they two sides of the same coin?

30 July 2012

Sermon preached on the eighth Sunday after Trinity (29 July 2012) by The Very Reverend Dr David Ison, Dean

The Dean of St Paul's looks at the power of crowds, focusing on the summer riots of 2011 and the uplifting nature of the Olympic Torch.

23 July 2012

Sermon preached on the Feast Day of Mary Magdalene (22 July 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the life of Mary Magdalene – the First Apostle

17 July 2012

Sermon preached on the sixth Sunday after Trinity (15 July 2012) by The Reverend Andrew Hammond

'Daring to be Christian'. The Revd Andrew Hammond preaches his last sermon as Succentor of St Paul's before moving to his new ministry as Vicar of St Mary, Willesden.

16 July 2012

Sermon preached on the sixth Sunday after Trinity (15 July 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

‘God be with you till we meet again.’

08 July 2012

Sermon preached on the fifth Sunday after Trinity (8 July 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at strength in numbers.

04 July 2012

Sermon preached at the Friends of St Paul's Cathedral's 60th anniversary Evensong (4 July 2012) by the Very Revd Dr David Ison

Congratulations to the Friends of St Paul's in this its 60th anniversary year: a truly Elizabethan organisation.

02 July 2012

Sermon preached on the fourth Sunday after Trinity (1 July 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at mixing religion and politics, and asks whether there is 'too much democracy'.

18 June 2012

Sermon preached by The Most Revd Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, at the service of rededication to the Church Urban Fund (18 June 2012)

This may possibly be the shortest text for a sermon that you will hear for some time. It is the word ‘see’ - the first word of our first lesson.

25 May 2012

Sermon preached by The Very Revd Dr David Ison on the occasion of his installation as Dean of St Paul's Cathedral

What is this event about? It's important for this cathedral and for its ongoing story: another chapter unfolds. But this is a very minor footnote in the unfolding of the kingdom of God: the important thing isn't what we do this evening, but what will we do as a result of it, together.

08 May 2012

Sermon preached on the fifth Sunday of Easter (6 May 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at

04 May 2012

Sermon preached on 2 May 2012 by The Right Reverend and Right Honourable Dr Richard Chartres

St Paul's Cathedral –350th anniversary of the 1662 edition of the Book of Common Prayer.

30 April 2012

Sermon preached on the fourth Sunday of Easter (29 April 2012) by The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel

The Reverend Canon Michael Hampel looks at the 'conversation' we have with God using the three best known sets of text in the Church of England - the King James