The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally DBE is the third most senior member of clergy in the Church of England (after the two Archbishops). From trips to Africa and mission projects in London, to discussions on knife crime, Bishop Sarah will share with us some of the people and projects she encounters in her role.
As the situation with Coronavirus continues to shift, Bishop Sarah is joined by the Archdeacon of London to discuss how our churches can limit the spread of sickness.
The advice given in this podcast was correct on Wednesday 11th March 2020. Please check the Diocese of London website for the latest updates.
Bishop Sarah is joined by the Bishop of Edmonton, the Rt Revd Rob Wickham, who shares his concerns about the rise in serious youth violence. Previously an inner city parish priest, Bishop Rob talks about the tragedies he experienced, who is to blame, and what we can do to counter this important issue.
Bishop Sarah talks openly about her dyslexia - how she manages the way her mind works, the strengths that come from it, and the impact it's had on her relationship with God.
The resource talked about during the episode: http://madebydyslexia.org/
What does the church have to say about Brexit? Bishop Sarah talks to Graham Tomlin, the Bishop of Kensington, on how Brexit is impacting communities, relationships, and society, and what we can do about it.
How can looking back through history, at the reformation, shape our actions today?
Church on a boat? To thrive in communities, London churches are having to be innovative and unique in how they approach faith and spirituality.
Bishop Sarah chats to Revd Dave Pilkington, Missioner at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, about his past 12 months leading the St Columba community in East London. stcolumbaeastlondon.org