Every Sunday during the pandemic we’re going to try and produce a short sermon – either as a video or as a written piece. 

Every Sunday during the pandemic we’re going to try and produce a short sermon – either as a video or as a written piece. 

Sunday 11 October

Jane Elliott reflects on Matthew 22:1-14

Sunday 4 October: Harvest Festival

Talk given by Sharon Shamir, Feed the Hill

Sunday 19 July

Jane Elliott reflects on The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares. Matthew 13:24-30 and 36-43

Sunday 12 July

Clare Collier reflects on The Parable of the Sower. Matthew 13: 1-9

Sunday 5 July

Lesley Marshall, Reader from St Catherine’s reflects on Matthew 11:16-19, 25-end. Click to read the full text.

Sunday 28 June

Jane Elliot reflects on Matthew 10:40-end. Click to read the full text.

Sunday 31 May

Jane Elliott reflects on the power of the Holy Spirit this Pentecost Sunday.

Sunday 24 May

Lesley Marshall, our Lay Reader reflects on John 17: 1-11 and helps us to raise our eyes heavenward as we look for ways to reach out with compassion and kindness during the pandemic.

Sunday 17 May

Today is the Sixth Sunday of Easter and our preacher today is Fr David Evans, who recently preached at St Catherine’s. He reflects on the altar to the unknown god and how it might help us think about life and God under lockdown.

Click to read the full sermon

Sunday 10 May

Peter Farley-Moore (Area Dean Deptford) shares a reflection on John 14. This is a gospel reading that connects with anxious people, troubled hearts and those seeking a way forward. Jesus calls us to faith and hope as we walk his way together.

Sunday 3 May

Fourth Sunday of Easter – Revd Sheridan James
“When I walk through the darkest valley”

Sunday 26 April

This Sunday is the third Sunday of Easter where we encounter the disciples on the Emmaus Road. Please read the gospel Luke 24: 13-25 before listening to the Revd Jane Elliott’s reflection. The psalm for the day is Psalm 116: 1-3, 10-17. 

Sunday 19 April

This Sunday is the Second Sunday of Easter and the Gospel Reading is John 20: 19-31. Our Preacher this day, if we were gathering as normal was to be the Venerable Alastair Cutting, Archdeacon of Lewisham and Greenwich. He has kindly put together this short video with a reflection on Thomas. It would be good to read the Psalm set for Sunday too, which is Palm 16.