In the decades since the 1950s, the All Souls pulpit has been a centre for faithful Bible preaching. The home of John Stott's ministry for many years, he was succeeded by Michael Baughen (in the 70s) and Richard Bewes (in the 80s and 90s). Explore the extensive sermon archive for free download at the All Souls website (www.allsouls.org). Today, All Souls is a thriving and diverse church which reflects the ethnic and cultural diversity of contemporary London. The church's mission is therefore to "Build an international community to reach a multicultural society for Christ". In order to fulfil this vision, the preaching traditions of the last 50 years continue today under the leadership of Hugh Palmer, and the regular preaching team of Rico Tice, Mark Meynell, Roger Salisbury, Chris Wright and David Turner. Each of our midweek sermons is available to download for free in this podcast. We also have a separate Sunday sermons feed.
Working by faith (1 Thessalonians 1:1–10)
Paul's 'How-To' guide to seeing the gospel at work in the world.
The perfect gift (Luke 2:10–11)
'The perfect gift is the gift we all want, and the gift we all need'
Taming Tongues (Proverbs 18:21)
'Words have the power to destroy us, to build us up, and to change us. What words are you going to listen to?'
Forging Friendships (Proverbs 18:24 – 19:7)
'The chief fruit and reward of friendship is friendship itself. What you get from it is the friend.'
Cutting corners (Proverbs 16:11–20)
'Remember who you are working for, pleasing the King of justice, integrity and generosity'
Experiencing uncertainty (Proverbs 16:1–5)
'Feel the tension between God's soveriegnty and our actions, and find the solution in discerning God's will and following it faithfully.'