St Martin’s Digital

Now Playing

Essential Journey

Essential Journey

A sermon by Revd Dr Sam Wells for Sunday 26th April 2020

The Quality of Mercy in Drama

The Quality of Mercy in Drama

Two of Britain’s best-loved actors speak about the way drama leads us to experience the world through another’s skin. How does drama help us to discover the quality of mercy and all that threatens it?

The Fiery Ordeal

The Fiery Ordeal

A sermon from Revd Dr Sam Wells, with testimonies from Len Walker and Kopano Mholo.

Only Believe

Only Believe

Only Believe: A Sermon by Revd Richard Carter. John 14.1-14 1 & Peter 2.2-10.

Essential Journey

Essential Journey

A sermon by Revd Dr Sam Wells for Sunday 26th April 2020

Keep Our Doors Open Concert

Keep Our Doors Open Concert

Join some of our closest friends and performers for our first online concert, to support the work of St Martin’s.

Great Sacred Music: Walk softly

Great Sacred Music: Walk softly

Great Sacred Music Podcast: Walk softly. Led by Revd Dr Sam Wells with St Martin’s Voices, directed by Andrew Earis.

ChoralCast: The Movie

ChoralCast: The Movie

A series of fifty pieces of glorious choral music either from our recording archive or recently recorded from home, introduced by members of St Martin’s Voices, our current Choral Scholars, staff and good friends. This four hour long film brings together all of the individual ChoralCasts released over the past two months.

ChoralCast – Passion Music (Will Todd)

ChoralCast – Passion Music (Will Todd)

Composer Will Todd to introduces St Martin’s Voices singing music from his ‘Passion Music’, recorded and premiered by the choir in May 2018.

Living God’s Future Now – Part 1

Living God’s Future Now – Part 1

The first in a monthly series – part of the HeartEdge ‘Living God’s Future Now’ programme. A conversation between Dr Walter Brueggemann and Revd Dr Sam Wells.

The Quality of Mercy in Drama

The Quality of Mercy in Drama

Two of Britain’s best-loved actors speak about the way drama leads us to experience the world through another’s skin. How does drama help us to discover the quality of mercy and all that threatens it?

The Quality of Mercy in Poetry

The Quality of Mercy in Poetry

Mark Oakley and Malcolm Guite read and reflect on poems and explore poetry’s capacity to open our hearts and minds to deeper truths, with Revd Catherine Duce chairing the evening.

The Quality of Mercy in Music

The Quality of Mercy in Music

Music is the unseen language which speaks to head, to heart and to life itself. This lecture will unite music and voice, to experience the quality of mercy with speakers Bob Chilcott and Lucy Winkett, performances by St Martin’s Voices

St. Martin in the fields

digital@smitf.org

 

St Martin's Digital

Follow