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Sermon series for the College Eucharist

Every Wednesday during term time at 13h10, we hold a sung Church of England Eucharist, or Holy Communion, service in the College Chapel on the Strand campus with music sung by the Choir of King's College London. A sermon is given by a member of the Dean's Office and Chaplaincy team, or by a guest preacher.

Spring Term Theme: The Gospel according to John

Spring Term College Eucharist Sermon Series

18 January

The Revd Tim Ditchfield FKC, College Chaplain

Theme: The logic of God

(John 1: 1-1-18)

25 January

The Right Revd Dr Keith Riglin, FKC, Bishop of Argyll & The Isles 

Theme: Jesus, Lamb of God

(John 1: 29-34)

1 February

Dr Clare Dowding, Business Manager & Anglican Reader

Theme: The call of the first disciples

(John 1: 35-42)

8 February

Alli McKelvey, Chaplaincy Assistant

Theme: Jesus heals at the pool

(John 5:1-15)

15 February

The Revd Dr Jenny Morgans, Chaplain to the Denmark Hill campus

Theme: The woman caught in adultery

(John 8:1-11)

Read the Sermon

22 February


Ash Wednesday

1 March

The Revd Jim Craig, Chaplain to the Guy’s Campus

Theme: The Good Shepherd

(John 10:1-18)

8 March

The Revd Sarah Farrow, Chaplain to the Waterloo & St Thomas’ Campuses & Vice Dean

Theme: Jesus predicts his death

(John 12:20-33)

15 March

The Revd Jeremy Clark-King, Diocese of Southwark Director for Clergy Formation and Initial Ministerial Education

Theme: Jesus washes the disciples’ feet

(John 13:1-17)

22 March

Annelie Hofmeister, Chaplaincy Assistant

Theme: Peter’s denial

(John 18:15-27)

29 March

Amy Merriman, AKC Manager & Diocese of London Ordinand

Theme: “Woman, here is your son”

(John 19.25b-27)

A selection of previous sermons over the 2023-24 academic year: