Recent Sermons

Audio recordings of recent sermons:

Which Road Should Be Taken? by Valerie Worthington, from the Oxford Unitarian service, Sunday 11 August 2019.

Make the Most of Summer's Beauty by Michael Allured, from the Oxford Unitarian service, Sunday 4 August 2019.

A Census of Senses by Martin Gienke, from the Oxford Unitarian service, Sunday 28 July 2019.

Gifts of Life by Revd Jim Corrigall, from the Oxford Unitarian Service on Sunday 21 July 2019.

So What Do YOU Believe?, by Michael Allured MBE, from the Oxford Unitarian Service on Sunday 7 July 2019.

Honouring Welsh Unitarian Women, by Melda Grantham, from the Oxford Unitarian service, 23 June 2019.

Lawrence of Arabia - and God, by Howard Oliver service, from the Oxford Unitarian service on 16 June 2019.

Satyagraha: Gandhi's Struggle for Truth and Freedom by Bert Clough, from the Oxford Unitarian Service on Sunday 9 June 2019.

Roots Hold Me Close - Wings Set Me Free by Michael Allured MBE, from the Oxford Unitarian Service on Sunday 2 June 2019.

Surprised by Kindness? by Mary Braybrooke, from the service on 26 May 2019.

Looking After Each Other by Michael Allured, from the service on 5 May 2019, to mark Workers' Memorial Day.

Stop Looking! It''s All Here Inside of You by Tristan Jovanovic, 28 April 2019.

What do Unitarians do with Easter? by Michael Allured, Easter Sunday, 21 April 2019.

In Our Strength & In Our Fragility by Michael Allured, 7 April 2019

What has Christianity Ever Done For Us? by Revd Frank Walker 24 March 2019

Self-Care & Compassion by Dr Jane Blackall 17 March 2019

Till Greed and Hatred Cease by Catherine Robinson 10 March 2019

Click on the links below to read some sermons preached in the chapel of Manchester College.

Candles of Joy and Concern by Dr Susan Millington

Religion versus Reality by Judith Fantozzi

On Agreeing - But Not Quite - with Adam Gopnik's Liberal Credo by Revd Frank Walker

Tolerance - and its Limits by Steven Hodges

Happiness IS by Judith Fantozzi

One God of Many Names by Revd Dr Marcus Braybrooke

Religion All in the Mind by Martin Gienke

One World by Paul Kenyon

The Brahmo Samaj and liberal Hinduism by Rev Kate Dean

On Agreeing - But Not Quite - with Adam Gopnik's Liberal Credo by Revd Frank Walker

'Elargissez Dieu' by Dr Kate Tunstall

'Everybody needs beauty as well as bread'' by Martyn Agass

The Gift of Contemplative Prayer by Revd David Darling

Standing on the Side of Love by Dr Claire MacDonald

Impressionist Theology by Revd Canon Brian Mountford.

Heroes: Men, Women and Children too by Dr Claire MacDonald

Some Matters of Life and Death by Steve Hodges

Ringing the Changes by Dr Claire MacDonald

The Hunger to Belong by Claire McDonald

Living the Authentic Life by Dr Claire MacDonald

Evolution Made Me Do It by Eileen Jacob

No Unitarian Church by Alan Rushton

Accepting the Things We Cannot Change by Sheila Bond

Two Ears, One Mouth by Dr Jane Russell

Shell Shock and the Somme by Martyn Aggas

Are Our Conflicts Really Necessary by Revd Frank Walker

Where's The Emotion by Steve Hodges

Come to a Quiet Place with Me by Tristan Jovanovic

Religion as Community by Alan Ruston.

Food and Faith by Eileen Jacob .

Some Thoughts On Diversity and Uniqueness by Steve Hodges.

The Big Question a sermon by Rev David Usher

Death and Resurrection a sermon by Laura Hodges

But Some Doubted a sermon by the Right Revd John Pritchard, Bishop of Oxford

How Free is Free Will? a sermon by David Darling

The Holy Void a sermon by the Rev. Phillip Hewett

The Mystery Experience a service led by Laura Hodges

In The Name Of All That Is Holy… address by Rev. Dr. Patrick T. O'Neill

The Life and Work of Anna Barbauld - address by Howard Oliver

Growth Through Reflection: Keeping a Spiritual Journal - address by David Darling

An Introduction to Taoism - address by Yvonne Aburrow

Helping the Dying - How far can we go? - address by Revd. Frank Walker

Henry David Thoreau: Prophet of Simplicity address by Sue Woolley

Barbarians, Barriers and Beyond address by Matthew Smith

'I Have Received a Burning Kiss from God' - address by Revd Botond Koppandi

'Sermon on the Society of Free Catholics' - address by Jim Corrigall

'Hope - a sermon for Easter Sunday' - by Martyn Agass

'Religion and Politics' - address by David Hughes

'True Simplicity' - address by John Toye

'A Controversial 18th-Century Unitarian' - address by Dr Howard Oliver

'Wonders of the Universe' - address by David Hughes

'Our Suffering World' - address by Nicolas Morrice

'Benedict's Message for Today' A sermon preached by David Darling

'BLINDSIGHT' by Dr Jacqueline Woodman, Chair of the Chapel Society

'Morning has broken': celebrating the moment by Dr Martyn Agass

Do 'The Greens' Have Soul? by Dominic Scholfield

Yes We Can: Working For The Dream by Revd Richard Boeke

Rabindranath Tagore by Leo Bowder

May Peace Prevail on Earth by Revd Dr Marcus Braybrooke

Whither the Coalition? by Neville Kenyon

Frances Power Cobbe: A Woman of Conviction by Catherine Robinson

Humour in Religion by Dominic Scholfield

Transitive or Intransitive Worship? by Revd David Usher ui