Sermons by Meg Post

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Start:Stop – Listen, trust and change

Start:Stop at St Stephen Walbrook enables busy people to start their day by stopping to reflect. Ten minute reflections are repeated on the quarter hour, from 7.45am until 9.00am every Tuesday morning, beginning with a reading from scripture, followed by a reflection based on an event from this week in history, with space for silence and  [Read More]

Start:Stop – Denial

Our early morning Start:Stop reflections have returned for Holy Week. This recording is from Wednesday 13th April 2022. Join us again on Thursday 14th April 2022. Pop in between 7.45am and 9.00am. Ten minute reflections are repeated on the quarter hour. Our Start:Stop reflections will resume weekly from Tuesday 26th April 2022.  Find out more  [Read More]

Start:Stop – Shrove Tuesday

Poised between winter and summer, Shrove Tuesday is a time of confession and of decision about how we will spend Lent. In this week’s Start:Stop reflection, Meg looks at another moment of decision, by taking a closer look at one of the longest conversations between two women in the Old Testament. Listen or download at  [Read More]

Start:Stop – Thomas Ken

A celebrity preacher of his day, Bishop Thomas Ken was passionate about music; he wrote a number of hymns. In the way he lived, respecting others whatever their circumstances, dealing with compassion with whoever came his way, he set an example of a person whose confidence in himself and trust in his faith created a  [Read More]

Start:Stop – Forty English Saints and Martyrs

This week the church remembers the English Saints and Martyrs of the Reformation Era. In this Start:Stop reflection, Meg considers how diversity is a strength that unites all the faithful and reflects on the continuing challenge to strive for inclusion for all. 

Start:Stop – Changes

Did you take part in the Big Garden Birdwatch at the end of January? During the lockdown the restrictions have meant many of us have come to notice the small changes in flora and fauna in our gardens, that signal much bigger changes in the seasons. In our Start:Stop reflection this week, Meg explores two  [Read More]