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


The Feast of Christ the King

Over the past three months we have perhaps become ever more familiar with the pomp and solemnity of state events with the proclamation of King Charles III and the funeral of Her Late Majesty the Queen. Memories of the seemingly endless stream of people paying their respects in Westminster Hall will live on in many hearts and minds.

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Choral Eucharist - All Saints

The air is crisp and quite cold and the sun rises gently behind the backdrop of smoking fires around which people are sitting and upon which some are cooking

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The Last Sunday after Trinity - Choral Eucharist

I wonder what your reaction has been to the arrival of Gaia at the Cathedral? Although I had heard the experiences of other cathedrals and individuals I don’t think I was quite ready for the profound effect it has had on me or the vast majority of those coming to experience her.

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Choral Eucharist - Harvest Festival

Most people seem to know that I’m a huge fan of musicals, the big songs, the big numbers, the touch of romance and the tear jerker – I love all of it. But I actually have quite catholic tastes in music and what may come as some surprise to some of you is that in my youth I really liked Ska and 2-Tone music – and I still find it deeply evocative whenever I hear it.

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