On this page you will find a selection of the sermons preached at Southwark Cathedral by clergy from the Cathedral, Diocese of Southwark and further afield

Included with the transcripts are podcasts of the sermon which can also be found on the undefinedwebsite here


Mothering Sunday - Choral Eucharist

Many of us have had, at some point or other, the experience of being selected for a particular role: perhaps it was finding that ideal job, to which we feel completely called. Or perhaps it was when we were invited to join a particular committee or group where we can make a real difference

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Second Sunday before Lent - Choral Eucharist

I’m not sure that the pulpit is the place for confessions, but I have one, so here goes: when I was, I think, seven years old, I borrowed a book from the small selection available in the corner of the Sunday School I attended

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Candlemas - Choral Eucharist

On the back wall of the Welsh Chapel in the Borough, not far from the Cathedral, there’s a fantastic plaque which says ‘Commit no Nuisance’. It’s like those rather forbidding notices that we sometimes see that say loudly and boldly, ‘No loitering’. But, you know, not all loitering is bad or creates nuisance

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Third Sunday of Epiphany - Choral Eucharist

We’ve learnt so many things over these last almost ten months of lockdown and restrictions. I’ve learnt more than how to organise a meeting on Zoom, you may have learnt how to make bread, or knit or work your way through Netflix

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