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Week 1 – Disability & Neurodiversity

Exploring the intersectional experience of disability and neurodiversity, gender, mental health, sexuality, race and poverty. Speaking Ann Memmott (she/they) the author of the Church of England autism guidelines, and a member of the St Martin in the Fields/Inclusive Church disability conference planning team. Ann is autistic & disabled, and is a carer. Ann works nationally as an adviser on neurodivergent inclusion, working with a variety of organisations, and has been a regular contributor to Radio 4’s Prayer for the Day.

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This course provides an introduction to and an overview of church history. If we are to see a humbler Church and a bigger God, we need to deal with the history of the Church to understand where we are now, and why.

Sermon (03.04)

Sermon (03.04)

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 3rd April 2022, The Fourth Sunday of Lent, by Revd Dr Sam Wells.

Sermon (27.03)

Sermon (27.03)

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 27th March 2022, The Fourth Sunday of Lent (Mothering Sunday), by Revd Jonathan Evens.

Sermon (20.03)

Sermon (20.03)

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 20th March 2022, The Third Sunday of Lent, by Revd Sally Hitchiner.

Sermon (13.03)

Sermon (13.03)

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 13th March 2022, The Second Sunday of Lent, by Revd Dr Sam Wells.

Sermon (06.03)

Sermon (06.03)

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 6th March 2022, The First Sunday of Lent, by Revd Richard Carter.

Music and Liturgy for Lent (HeartEdge)

Music and Liturgy for Lent (HeartEdge)

Andy Salmon (North West Co-ordinator of HeartEdge and Rector of Sacred Trinity Church) give tips about creative liturgical resources for Lent whilst Andrew Earis (Director of Music at St Martin-in-the-Fields) and the Manchester HeartEdge Choral Scholars share musical resources to help freshen up your lenten experience.

Sermon (27.02)

Sermon (27.02)

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields by Revd Catherine Duce on Sunday 27th February 2022.

Both Sides Now

Both Sides Now

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on 20 February 2022 by Revd Dr Sam Wells.

Being Better Neighbours

Being Better Neighbours

What does it look like for Christians and our churches to be better neighbours to those in our local communities?

Homelessness Sunday

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Binding of Isaac

Binding of Isaac

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.

My Beloved

My Beloved

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 9 January 2022 by Revd Dr Sam Wells.

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