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Faith is Brutal – Rev’d Matthew Catterick

The Bible readings set for this evening beg the question – what does it mean to be faithful? We have the psalmist fixing his eyes on God, seeking refuge, asking […]


Valuing Difference – Canon Edward Probert

In the Christmas holidays when I was 12, I took the (for me) rather major step of going to spend 2 weeks on my own with a family in France. […]


Freshers’ Sermon – The Chaplain

‘As a piece of simple decorative and beautiful art it is perfect, and the windows very artistic.’ This is how Oscar Wilde described this Chapel, believe it or not, and […]


Dives and Lazarus – The Chaplain

We come to the final term of another academic year, which has been the first for some and will be the last for others. In between now and the end […]


Sermon at St Paul’s Cathedral – The Chaplain

It is a delight to be back at St. Paul’s and I am astonished how quickly time has passed since I sang as a member of the choir here, ten […]


Gwynllyw – Rt. Rev’d Dominic Walker

Were you not raised to life with Christ? Then aspire to the realm above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God, and let your thoughts dwell on […]


St Cuthbert – Very Rev’d Graham Smith

‘The servant of the Lord is he who walks in darkness and has no light, yet trusts in the name of the Lord, and leans upon his God.’ Isa 50:10 […]


St Frideswide – Dr Susan Gillingham

Chaplain, I wonder if you have ever thought of devising a series of chapel sermons on the female saints who are depicted here in Chapel? There are enough of them! […]


Thomas Cranmer – The Chaplain

It’s very good to welcome you all back to Worcester College Chapel to start this new calendar year and the Hilary term. We have a splendid range of preachers this […]


Christ, the Light of the World – The Chaplain

In all religions, Christianity in general and in carol services in particular, we make a great deal of the use of light, both literally and metaphorically. We began our service […]