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Café in the Crypt

The Café in the Crypt is the ideal spot for affordable dining in central London.

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In Praise of Ambition

News St Martin – Talking Points

From the congregation newsletter.


Sunday 8 March 2015: In Praise of Ambition

Ambition can be a slightly dirty word in politically correct society.

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Sunday 1 March 2015: Truth set free

Last Tuesday St Martin’s held an evening focusing on Dementia and Faith: Completely Beside Ourselves.

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Sunday 22 February 2015: Turn around!

Most days I find myself walking through the traffic of tourists around central London.

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Sunday 15 February 2015: Lent 2015

‘Lent is supposed to be a time when we review our spiritual life, think again about what it means to be a follower of Christ, reset the compass of our...

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Sunday 8 February 2015: Why I give

Last weekend many of you (like me) will have pushed a computer button, or walked to a letter box to send your income tax return to Her Majesty’s Revenue &...

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Sunday 1 February 2015: Waiting for God in the Temple

The painting at the very end of the recent Late Rembrandt exhibition in the National Gallery was of Simeon holding Jesus in the Temple.

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Sunday 25 January 2015: Glimpses of Redemption

There is a shiny round tower on the riverside at Vauxhall, made infamous in January 2013 by a terrible helicopter crash.

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Sunday 18 January 2015: Homelessness Sunday, Opening Doors

One of the times where I always felt a deep connection to God in ministry here at St Martin’s is in opening the church each morning and welcoming in those...

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Sunday 11 January 2015: Let there be light

I disagree with T.S. Eliot: in my view it is January, not April, which is the cruellest month.

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Sunday 4 January 2015: The Gate of the Year

‘The Gate of the Year’ is a line from the poem by Minnie Louise Haskins who taught at the London School of Economics before the Second World War.

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