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Read from the Nave Pulpit
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The Reverend Nontombi Naomi Tutu, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, gives the Address at a Choral Evensong with Thanksgiving for the life and work of Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Television presenter Jay Blades MBE gives a the testimonial at the Benefact Group Service of Thanksgiving. The service celebrated that over £100 million has been raised for good causes by the Benefact Group.
Lord Adonis gives the 36th annual Eric Symes Abbott Memorial Lecture at Westminster Abbey. Money has long been associated with moral danger and the deliberate parting with it is generally seen as something to be honoured and encouraged. But globalisation of markets, environmental degradation and the rise of technology have created new geographies of ethical risk which national governments find it hard to tackle. Knowing how money talks and that much change is needed, how do we work out where it is now safe to stand?
The Rt Reverend and Rt Hon the Lord Sentamu of Lindisfarne and Masooli gave the Address during the service to commemorate the life of Florence Nightingale.
The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle, Dean of Westminster, gives the Address during the the Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving to mark ANZAC Day 2022.
The Right Reverend David Conner, Dean of Windsor, talks about The Duke of Edinburgh in his Address.
Doyin Sonibare, a Gold Award holder from The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, gives a Tribute, talking about how the Duke of Edinburgh's Award has benefited her.
Audio of the conversation with the Dean of Westminster, the Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick as she draws on her long experience in the police force and now as its most senior leader to discuss the meaning of serving as a leader.
A conversation featuring Director of Westminister Abbey Institute, Claire Foster-Gilbert about the Serving as a Leader? talk.
Loretta Minghella gives the 35th annual Eric Symes Abbott Memorial Lecture at Westminster Abbey. Money has long been associated with moral danger and the deliberate parting with it is generally seen as something to be honoured and encouraged. But globalisation of markets, environmental degradation and the rise of technology have created new geographies of ethical risk which national governments find it hard to tackle. Knowing how money talks and that much change is needed, how do we work out where it is now safe to stand?
The Reverend Canon Carl F. Turner, Rector of Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, gave the sermon for the Feast of the Dedication of Westminster Abbey
The Dean of Westminster, The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle, gave the sermon at Sung Eucharist for the Feast of The Translation of St Edward the Confessor on 13th October 2021.
The Venerable Sheila Watson, Preacher of Lincoln's Inn, gave the sermon.
Listen to the Sermon delivered by The Right Reverend and Right Honourable Sarah Mullally DBE, Bishop of London during the Florence Nightingale Service 2021. The Reverend pays thanks to nurses and healthcare workers on the front line during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Sermon was delivered on what would have been Florence Nightingale's 101st birthday.
Listen to the Dean of Westminster, the Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle's sermon given during the ANZAC Day service on Sunday 25th April 2021.
This 32-minute service includes prayers, a reading, an address, music and a blessing, recorded this week in the Abbey’s magnificent Chapter House. Introduced by the Reverend Mark Birch, Minor Canon and Precentor Address by the Reverend Dr James Hawkey, Canon Theologian Reader: Sarah Clarke OBE, Lady Usher of the Black Rod  Ave Maris Stella from Le tombeau de Titelouze – Marcel Dupré Introduction: The Reverend Mark Birch  Reading: Luke 1: 26-38 Sarah Clarke Prière à Notre Dame from Suite Gothique – Léon Boëllmann Address: Canon Hawkey  Anthem: Mater Christi sanctissima – John Taverner Prayers and Blessing: The Reverend Mark Birch  Fuga sopra il Magnificat BWV 733 – JS Bach Music: The anthem is performed by the Choir of Westminster Abbey conducted by James O’Donnell (with kind permission of Hyperion Records). Organ music, which was specially recorded earlier this week, is played by Charles Maxtone-Smith, Organ Scholar. This podcast was recorded with all contributors observing social distancing.
This 28-minute service includes prayers, a reading, an address, music and a blessing, recorded this week in the Florence Nightingale Chapel in Westminster Abbey. Introduced by the Reverend Dr James Hawkey, Canon Theologian Address by the Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle, Dean of Westminster Reader: Janet Hoyle  Miserere – William Byrd  Introduction: Canon Hawkey  Reading: Isaiah 58: 1-12  Janet Hoyle Erbarm’ dich mein, O herre Gott BWV 721 – JS Bach Address: The Dean Anthem: Kyrie eleison (from Missa Brevis) – William Walton Prayers and Blessing: Canon Hawkey  Aus tiefer Not, schrei ich zu dir BWV 687 – JS Bach   Music: The anthem is performed by the Choir of Westminster Abbey conducted by James O’Donnell (with kind permission of Hyperion Records). Organ music, which was specially recorded earlier this week, is played by Matthew Jorysz, Assistant Organist. This podcast was recorded with all contributors observing social distancing.    
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