Finding the God of love in times of violence and uncertainty by Shannon Preston

In this final and very important homily in a very turbulent time after the bombing of a gay club in Orlando Florida, and after the fall out after the UK EU referendum which has left many shocked and very upset, Shannon Preston draws on the extraordinary texts of the day on Sunday 26th June which speak directly into these situations. […]

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Easter 7: Jesus’ prayer for unity in diversity for all Christians by Shannon Preston

  In this podcast Shannon Preston of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s St Anselm Community returned from a month’s silent retreat to preside at St Lukes and to preach drawing on John 17:20-26. In this text Jesus’ prays to the Father for the unity of the disciples and for the Church where he is part of God and that Church joins […]

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Lent 1: Putting Jesus back at the centre of your life by Shannon Preston

In this podcast the Revd Shannon Preston explores the theme of Lent, as putting Jesus back into the centre of your life.  This honily was recorded at St Luke’s Church in Peckham on the first Sunday of Lent 2016 on SUnday 14th February.  For more information on St Luke’s Church please see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk You can subscribe to this podcast by […]

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Epiphany 4: The coming of the Kingdom through Jesus in the power of the Holy Spirit by Shannon Preston

In this podcast on Sunday 31st January 2016, Shannon Preston explores the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple as recorded in Luke Chapter 2.  This day marks the end of Epiphany and of the Christmas Season.  Shannon explores the implications of the text and the prophecy’s of Anna and Simeon for the coming of the Kingdom of God through the […]

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Epiphany 3: The Kingdom and the body of Christ by Shannon Preston

In this podcast on the third Sunday of Epiphany 2016, Shannon Preston, (Priest from the Episcopal Church of the United States who is part of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s St Anselm Community living in Lambeth Palace), explores the implications of Mark 4: 14-21 when Jesus begins his ministry with the prophetic words of Isaiah.: The Spirit of the Lord is […]

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Archbishop’s St Anselm Community Priest

  We are really excited to announce that the Revd Shannon Preston will be joining us in the New Year to assist us with priestly responsibilities at St Luke’s.  Shannon is an Ordained Priest from the Episcopal Church of the United States (ECUSA), a province and sister church to the Church of England in the Anglican Communion.  She will be […]

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