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Choral Mattins - 15 November 2015

My heart and flesh do cry unto God, cry to the living God. Last night, iconic buildings around the world were lit in the colours of the French flag: London to New York, Berlin to Sydney, Durham Cathedral to Tel Aviv.  The photos of friends on Facebook have been overlaid with the tricolour -… Read more

Sermon by Julie Gittoes on Sunday 15th November 2015

Sermon preached at St John’s Milford, 15th November 2015

Sermon preached at the Parish Eucharist, St John’s Milford, Second Sunday before Advent, 15th November 2015. I expect you know the old thing you can do with your hands about the Church: ‘here’s the church, here’s the steeple, open the doors and here are the people’.… Read more

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Cathedral Eucharist - 8 November 2015

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Sermon by Nicholas Thistlethwaite on Sunday 8th November 2015

Choral Evensong - 8 November 2015

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Sermon by Stuart Beake on Sunday 8th November 2015

Remembrance Sunday Service

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Sermon by Andrew White on Sunday 8th November 2015

Remembrance Sunday at Charterhouse School

27 36 22 19 20 42 47 34 The ages of those held in remembrance on your Roll of Honour. Some a little older than you; many not much younger than me. Men known as Majors, Lieutenants and Captains. Men known as sons,  husbands, brothers, friends and colleagues. Men known as Eustace, Richard,… Read more

Sermon by Julie Gittoes on Sunday 8th November 2015

Choral Evensong - 1 November 2015

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Sermon by Nicholas Thistlethwaite on Sunday 1st November 2015

All Saints' Cathedral Eucharist

After yesterday's Rugby World Cup Final at Twickenham, some of us are celebrating All Blacks as much as All Saints. However, over the last week, there's been another source of anticipation and excitement. Bond is back. In a dazzling opening sequence, we're transported to Mexico City.  It's… Read more

Sermon by Julie Gittoes on Sunday 1st November 2015

Choral Mattins - 25 October 2015

The screenwriter Abi Morgan says of her latest film, Suffragette: 'these were voiceless women. We gave them a voice. The dramatisation of the a story we known we know is shocking. We glimpse Emmiline Pankhurst emerging from hiding to give a defiant speech; we follow Emily Davison to the Derby befo… Read more

Sermon by Julie Gittoes on Sunday 25th October 2015

Cathedral Eucharist - 25 October 2015

At the end of three years or so of ministry in and around Galilee, Jesus turned his face towards Jerusalem and started walking. In his account of this St Mark tells us that Jesus walked ahead of the crowd: some were amazed, some were afraid; They might get caught up in all this (Mark 10.32a). In… Read more

Sermon by on Sunday 25th October 2015