On Sunday 22 May 2016, Richard preached on the Trinity at the Choral Evensong service at Worcester College, Oxford. He spoke about the Church of the Father, the Church of the Son, and the Church of the Spirit, and concluded by saying: ‘At the end of the day, we cannot be Father Christians, or churches
On Wednesday 30 March 2016, Richard gave the final sermon of the term at King’s College London on the resurrection of Jesus (Matthew 28) at the College Eucharist service in the Strand Chapel. He concluded by asking: ‘Where are we in the story? Who are we? Are we at the tomb? Are we the soldiers?
On Wednesday 16 March 2016, Richard gave an address focusing on the University’s ethos, which is derived from its Church of England origins. He offered a Christian perspective of education and the idea of the Christian University. On the following day, Richard gave a sermon at the annual Founder’s Day service, which is attended by
On All Saints’ Sunday, the second of November 2014, Richard, who is Canon Theologian of Salisbury, gave a sermon at Salisbury Cathedral based on the opening hymn of the service, ’For all the Saints’, and the readings from 1 John 3.1-3 and Matthew 5.1-12. The sermon was entitled: ‘For all the saints – and where
On Saturday 7 June 2014, a service of Choral Matins took place at the Chapel of King’s College London as part of the Alumni Weekend to celebrate the Chapel’s 150th anniversary. The service was led by the Revd Tim Ditchfield, College Chaplain, and Richard, as the Dean, delivered a sermon entitled ‘150 Years of Holiness
On Thursday 17 October 2013, Richard, as Dean of King’s College London, gave the sermon at the service welcoming the Revd Stephen Stavrou as Chaplain to the Guy’s Campus. The sermon was entitled ‘The Physician’s Gospel’.