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Cathedral Videos

The Sacramental Sea: A Spiritual Voyage - Edmund Newell (2019)

Edmund Newell explores the sea in Christian history, theology and spirituality, moving from the Bible to the present day, via, among others, St Augustine, Christopher Columbus, William Shakespeare and John Donne, the scientists of the Enlightenment and the great hymn-writers of the 19th century. Recorded at St Paul's Cathedral on Sunday 3 November 2019.

We Need To Talk About Race: Black Experience in White Majority Churches (2019)

Ben Lindsay, Guvna B, Rosemarie Mallet and Chine McDonald discuss the joys and sorrows, the grace and pain of their individual and collective experience as Black Christians in white-majority churches, and explore how we can respond to each other as people of faith to build inclusive church communities. Recorded at St Paul's Cathedral on 29 October 2019.

We commend to you Phoebe: St Paul, Women and the Church - Paula Gooder (2019)

Paula Gooder discusses why and how she wrote her book about Phoebe's journey to Rome to deliver St Paul's letter to the Romans and her encounter with the early church there. In doing so she offers new insights into how we might engage afresh with Paul’s theology and attitude to women in the church. Recorded at St Paul's Cathedral on Sunday 6 October 2019.

Where Love Is The Way: The Jesus Movement Today - Michael Curry (2019)

Michael Curry explores how the Jesus Movement has the power to turn the world upside down, Jesus calls us to strive for a world where no child suffers, no one goes to bed hungry, no one is abandoned and alone. A world where love is the way when we take the Jesus Movement seriously.  Recorded at St Paul's Cathedral on 3 October 2019.

Reclaiming Holiness - Calvin Samuel (2019)

Calvin Samuel explores the misunderstanding of holiness; that it's not about stereotypes, rules or being 'holier than thou' but rather the most attractive thing in the world, the dazzle of divine love and a radical grace that God offers us for our deepest and most joyful good. Recorded at St Paul's Cathedral on Sunday 1 September 2019.

Every Tribe: Saints in a Diverse World - Sharon Prentis (2019)

Sharon Prentis uncovers stories of holy, inspired and inspiring lives from all over the world, celebrating the true diversity of the saints and challenging the church to become what it is meant to be: a rainbow people of God serving the diverse needs of a diverse world.   

Belt and Braces: Saving St Paul’s in the 1920s

On Christmas Eve 1924 St Paul’s Cathedral was served with a Dangerous Structures notice and was closed for public safety. This talk recounts the extraordinary story of how the Cathedral moved and cracked testing the structure and relations with the City of London. It will look at the superfluity of advice that became available, the investigations which were carried out and the ingenious engineering endeavours that rendered the building safe once more. This talk is by Robert Bowles, Structural Engineer.

What Did Jesus Look Like? - Joan Taylor (2019)

Joan Taylor talks about the influences on early depictions of Jesus in art and what they tell us about what he did, or definitely didn’t, look like, and why that's important. Recorded on Sunday 2 June 2019 at St Paul's Cathedral.