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Nazareth Community Contemplative Prayer with Revd Catherine Duce, from Kensington Gardens.
Sung Morning Prayer, led by Revd Richard Carter, with the Choral Scholars.
Revd Dr Sam Wells explores the theme of ‘Death’ through words and music with St Martin’s Voices,
A service of Bread for the World for Ash Wednesday, with Imposition of Ashes.
A joint Eucharist service of the English and Chinese – speaking communities, a celebration of Chinese New Year.
Morning Song (Friday 12th February 2021)Sung Morning Prayer, led by Revd Harry Ching, with the...
Our midweek informal Eucharist, with reflection from Rachel Sheppard from the Community of St Anselm and a member of St Martin’s Vocations Group.
Morning Song (Friday 5th February 2021)Sung Morning Prayer, led by Revd Jonathan Evens, with the...
Morning Song (Friday 29th January 2021) Sung Morning Prayer, led by Revd Jonathan Evens, with...
This week’s Great Sacred Music, with recordings from St Martin’s Voices’ archives, explores the theme of ‘Friendship’.
Morning Song (Friday 22nd January 2021) Sung Morning Prayer, led by Revd Richard Carter, with...
Revd Dr Sam Wells and St Martin’s Voices explore the theme of ‘Work’ in this week’s Great Sacred Music.
Contemplative Prayer in Winter with Revd Richard Carter from St James’ Park.
Contemplative Prayer with Revd Richard Carter from Regents Street at night.
Contemplative Prayer with Revd Richard Carter, journeying from Piccadilly Circus to Trafalgar Square.
Contemplative Prayer (21st November 2020) Nazareth Contemplative Prayer with Revd Richard Carter...
A sermon by Revd Jonathan Evens, from Sunday 3rd January 2021, The Epiphany.
A sermon by Revd Dr Sam Wells, Genesis 18.1-15, 21.1-7, from Sunday 14th June 2020.
A sermon from Revd Dr Sam Wells, with testimonies from Len Walker and Kopano Mholo.
Only Believe: A Sermon by Revd Richard Carter. John 14.1-14 1 & Peter 2.2-10.
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?
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.
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
Micheal Morpurgo speaks on The Quality of Mercy in Story and gives a reading from his new book Boy Giant: Son of Gulliver.