The Lord’s Prayer (Luke 11)
The Rev Dr Stephen Hampton, Dean and Senior Tutor of Peterhouse College, Cambridge, preaches about the meaning and significance of the Lord's Prayer.
Sermon preached on 28th July 2013 by the Rev Dr Stephen Hampton
‘You Have Given The Right Answer’ (Luke 10)
For Canon Wendy's final sermon she talks about affirmation and the stories we tell.
Sermon preached on 14th July 2013 by Canon Wendy Wilby.
At the Home of Martha and Mary (Luke 10)
The Dean preaches on what good acts mean to Christians.
Sermon preached on 21st July 2013 by The Dean.
Marking the Boundaries (Mark 7)
Sermon preached on 14th July 2013 by The Dean.
The Parable of the Seed (Mark 4)
The Dean examines the imagery of the parable of the seed, and explains that it is a story not of judgement, but of hope.
Sermon preached on 2nd June 2013 by The Dean.
A Sermon Preached at Sixtieth Anniversary of the Coronation
An address about the symbolism of anointment, and significance of the Queen's dedication.
Sermon preached on 2nd June 2013 by The Very Revd Dr David Hoyle.
Do You Love Me? (John 21)
In this sermon the Dean explains the story of the miraculous catch of fish, urging us to live a life more like Christ's, while recognising that we are flawed.
Sermon preached on 12th May 2013 by The Very Revd Dr David Hoyle
The Wedding at Cana (John 2)
Talking about heaven is a difficult thing to do, in part because our ideas of what might be desirable are so varied and so dependent on our experience. The Dean describles the miracle Jesus performed at Cena as a glimps of what heaven might be like, and reminds us that God's Kingdom starts on Earth.
Sermon preached on 20th January 2013 by The Very Revd Dr David Hoyle.
Promise of Restoration (Jeremiah 33)
This sermon, delivered on Advent Sunday, deals with judgement, and our place in history. The Dean invites us to consider our past and our future, and what our story might be.
Sermon preached on 2nd December 2012 by The Very Revd Dr David Hoyle.
The Covenant Renewed at Shechem (Joshua 24)
In this sermon the Dean discusses how difficult serving God can be. He encourages us to remember God's mystery, and the importance of our imagination.
Sermon preached on 26th August 2012 by The Very Revd Dr David Hoyle.