Archbishop Justin stands on a stage infront of large audience, a large photo of an oil refinery is shown on a screen.

Bishop Steven shares an overview of the key thread of Science and Faith at the Lambeth Conference held in Canterbury from 26th July to 7th August.

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Come and Eat – Prayer and Parties

In episode three of Come and Eat, Bishop Steven explores holy communion as a sign of hope, with wine as a symbol of both joy and suffering.
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Come and Eat – The Bread of Life

Episode two of Come and Eat, Bishop Steven's podcast exploring holy communion, focuses on Jesus as the bread of life.

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

Bishop Steven gave the following sermon at the Civic Service with Prayers for HRH the Duke of Edinburgh on Friday 16th April 2021 Some verses from our psalm: For he maketh the storm to cease : so that the waves thereof are still. Then…

Come and Eat – The Exhausted Prophet

The first in a short series looking at Holy Communion, beginning with the story of Elijah in 1 Kings 19, the exhausted prophet.

Easter Day sermon

This seems a good year to reflect on the emotional depth and range of the Easter stories.

Comfortable Words

Through nine reflections, Steven Croft examines the ‘comfortable words’ of Isaiah 40-55, the song of an unnamed prophet.

The Lamb of God: Episode 1 – The Cup

Bishop Steven begins a series of reflections on the story of Jesus' passion, as told in the Gospel of John.

The Lamb of God: Episode 2 – The Courtyard

Bishop Steven continues to reflect on the story of Jesus' passion, looking at how his light shines in the darkness.

The Lamb of God: Episode 3 – The Custom

Bishop Steven encourages listeners to relate to the characters in the story - both the powerful and the powerless.