Sermons by Phillip Dawson

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Start:Stop – The language of love

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 – Her Majesty’s Life of Faith

The world is mourning the death of Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II; monarch, Supreme Governor of The Church of England and perhaps one of, if not the most prominent advocate for the Christian faith in recent times. It is difficult to put into words the loss of someone known to 94% of the population of  [Read More]

Sung Eucharist – 1st September 2022

Sung Eucharist – Eleventh Week after TrinityThursday 1st September 2022 We hope you enjoy this recording of our Sung Eucharist. Join us in church every Thursday lunchtime at 12.45pm if you are able and stay afterwards for a light lunch. Our Choral Scholars return in late September, singing at Choral Evensong on Wednesday 21st September  [Read More]

Start:Stop – Turn the other cheek?

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 9.00m 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  [Read More]

Start:Stop – The Pride Busters

In the early hours of 17th May 1943, 617 Squadron RAF Bomber Command executed “Operation Chastise”. The mission, using precision flying to deploy special bouncing bombs, sought to frustrate the German war machine by destroying dams and hydro-electric power stations. The manoeuvre was immortalised in the film “The Dam Busters”. On being awarded ten thousand  [Read More]

Start:Stop – A vision of a new City

The vision of the New Jerusalem has inspired countless artists through the ages. Some of whom helped to create The Festival of Britain, opened on 3rd May 1951, which offered a new vision of life in peace time, after the Second World War. How might the vision of the Heavenly City inspire us as we  [Read More]