Phillip has recorded our readings for this week, Ascension Day, from the the Book of Acts 1.6-14 and from the Gospel of John 17.1-11.
Phillip is a student at St Augustine’s College of Theology and was asked to lead Compline (Night Prayer) this evening. As a special day – the College’s Patronal Festival – and operating within the guidelines of the College of Bishops, the service was broadcast from the church.
This week our Start:Stop reflection explores the legacy of Augustine, the first Archbishop of Canterbury, whose life is celebrated by the church today. Listen at the link above or download the script here.
This morning, Phillip led Morning Prayer at St Augustine’s College, where he is a student. Today the church remembers Alcuin of York. This morning’s service uses words written by Alcuin in between the psalms and readings appointed for today.
Listen to this week’s Start:Stop reflection at the link above. Read the script in full here. On Thursday, the church celebrates the life of St Matthias. Virtually all we know about him is from a few short passages in Acts of the Apostles, which tells us that he’d been a loyal follower of Jesus right [Read More]
Phillip led virtual Morning Prayer for the the online community of St Augustine’s College of Theology today, where he is a student: Morning Prayer led by Phillip DawsonThursday 30th April 2020 Join me for Morning Prayer using the Common Worship order of service in contemporary language. We’ll be singing a hymn played by my friend [Read More]
Hello and welcome to this week’s Start:Stop reflection from St Stephen Walbrook, my name is Phillip Dawson. Under normal circumstances we would be repeating this short reflection in church every quarter of an hour; commuters on their way to work would drop in as they pass by, starting their day by stopping to reflect for a few [Read More]
Phillip is a student at St Augustine’s College of Theology, based in Southwark and at Malling Abbey in Kent. During the lockdown, staff and students at the college are leading morning prayer and compline as well as a midday reflection, which is broadcast on the college facebook page. Phillip was asked to lead Morning Prayer [Read More]
Each day during Holy Week, our readings and prayers will be read by a different member of our community. Thank you to Phillip who has recorded today’s Gospel reading.
Through Lent we continue our journey through the first chapter of Genesis, using as our guide the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book “Saying Yes to Life”. You can read this week’s reflection at this link or listen to an audio version above. You can download a free digital copy of this year’s Lent Book by signing [Read More]