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Living the Trinity

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

The Resurrection

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?

BBC Ascension Day Service, 2012

Richard Burridge · Ascension Day 2012 Richard gave the sermon for the BBC Ascension Day Service on Thursday 17 May 2012. The sermon was broadcast live from St Sepulchre-without-Newgate (the Musician’s Church). In it, Richard said: ‘Leaving a few mostly disunited disciples in charge is hardly a recipe for running the world. Yet within a

Meditations for Epiphany

Richard offered two meditations for the BBC Radio 3 Choral Evensong service, recorded live from King’s College Chapel for the Feast of Epiphany, Wednesday 6 January 2010.

Remember Me: a Meditation for 9/11

On a tour of the USA, the Choir of King’s College London sang Choral Evensong in the National Cathedral, Washington DC, to commemorate 9/11 on its 8th anniversary, Thursday 11 September 2009. Speaking as Dean of King’s, Richard preached at the service. Listen to a recording of the service. The sermon is from 00:56 –