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So Many Kinds of Wrong A Theological Response to the Rwanda Asylum InitiativeSo Many Kinds of...
A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 19th June 2022, The First Sunday after Trinity, by Revd Richard Carter.
Nazareth Contemplative Prayer with Revd Richard Carter from The Old English Garden, Battersea Park, Saturday 18th June 2022.
Service of Eucharist for First Sunday after Trinity with preaching from Revd Richard Carter.
Sung Morning Prayer, led by Revd Richard Carter, with the Choral Scholars of St Martin-in-the-Fields.
A service of Bread for the World, an informal Eucharist with reflection by Revd Richard Carter.
Service of Eucharist for Pentecost with preacher Revd Richard Carter.
Sung Morning Prayer, led by Revd Harry Ching, with the Choral Scholars of St Martin-in-the-Fields.
Marking the anniversary of the birth of Cecil Francis Alexander, writer of All things bright and beautiful, There is a green hill far away and Once in Royal David’s City
Led by Andrew Earis, with music from St Martin’s Voices, directed by Andrew Earis, accompanied by Michael Cayton.
A Sequence for Holy Week including the Passion According to St Mark set to music by composer John Sanders.
Great Sacred Music online: Hosanna to the Son of David (Thursday 7th April 2022)Great Sacred...
The second of our Autumn Lecture Series 2020: In What Do We Trust? Trusting in Faith, with Rowan Williams.
The first in this year’s Autumn Lecture Series: In What Do We Trust? Learning from History, with Tom Holland.
A talk by Malcolm Guite, given as part of St Martin’s Parish Day (Saturday 15 August 2020)
Malcolm Guite in conversation with Revd Richard Carter for St Martin’s Parish Day, Saturday 15 August 2020.
Nazareth Contemplative Prayer with Revd Richard Carter, a walk through Soho and China town on Saturday 23rd April 2022.
Nazareth Contemplative Prayer with Revd Richard Carter; A walk through blossom in Battersea. Saturday 16th April 2022.
Nazareth Community Contemplative Prayer with Revd Richard Carter.
Nazareth Community Contemplative Prayer with Revd Catherine Duce from Groveland’s Park, Enfield. Including insights from Mother Julian of Norwich.
A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 1st May 2022, The Third Sunday of Easter, by Revd Dr Sam Wells.
A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 24th April 2022, The Second Sunday of Easter, by Revd Richard Carter.
A sermon from Revd Dr Sam Wells for Sunday 17th April 2022, Easter Day.
A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 3rd April 2022, The Fourth Sunday of Lent, by Revd Dr Sam Wells.
This ecumenical event explores the Biblical story of Abraham and Isaac through the lens of a new musical composition inspired by Genesis 22 by American composer Delvyn Case.
Week 4: If I Believe You. This session will use these songs to help us understand and articulate the various ways we consider “belief”, and how that relates to our identities as modern Christians.
Join us for a panel of social media users and those studying behaviors on the platforms.
An online exhibition using photographs, drawings, paintings, poems and prose to describe what we see and the window we look through.