“In 1995 an extraordinary heatwave afflicted the city of Chicago, killing around 750 people. Later, the sociologist Eric Klinenberg made a detailed examination of who died and who didn’t. What he found was that the intense heat affected diverse neighbourhoods and social groups differently”.

A Sermon by Revd Dr Sam Wells on the Sixth Sunday of Easter
Readings for this Service: Revelation 21:10, 22-22:5