Author Archives: Sarah Mullally

About Sarah Mullally

If you wanted a blog run by an experienced blogger look elsewhere - I am a beginner. I am a mum, Bishop, Dame and poor potter - welcome.

For we have heard of your faith

ALMA is the Diocese of London’s Companion link with the Anglican Church in Angola and Mozambique, and part of the network of Companion Link Dioceses throughout the Anglican Communion. During the last 18 months I had heard much of our partners … Continue reading

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Keys to the Kingdom of God

Sermon Preached at St Paul’s Cathedral 29th June 2019 at the service for the Ordination of Deacons Ezekiel 3:22-end, Acts 12:1-11, Matthew 16:13-19 For those of you being ordained today there is much which is new which I am sure makes you feel … Continue reading

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12th May 2019

Today marks the anniversary of my installation as the 133rd Bishop of London.  It occurs on International Nurses day. My clasp on my God Cope is my Nurses Buckle and here is the address I gave at the Nightingale Nurse … Continue reading

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Precious oil poured out

My Sermon at the Chrism Mass I am glad to be here – not just in the Cathedral on Maundy Thursday but here in the Diocese of London – am I am grateful to have journeyed with you.  I know that … Continue reading

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To follow Christ is to love our neighbour

My sermon preached on the 24th March 2019 at the Berlinerdom Guten Morgan It is a honour to be here in Berlin and to bring greetings from our Diocese of London. London is both an ancient city, established by the … Continue reading

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“The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.”

It was a privilege to celebrate International Women’s Day at The Guildhall London today, here is what I said: I have never thought of myself as a pioneer but I was the youngest women to be appointed as the Governments … Continue reading

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2019 – A Year for Kindness

When I left Salisbury Cathedral, where I had been the Canon Treasurer, the Works Department gave me a piece of Purbeck Marble – wonderfully cut and prepared and marked with a Stone Mason’s Banker Mark. Some of you may know … Continue reading

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