The Bishop of Kensington
The Bishop of Kensington’s address to The Grenfell National Memorial Service at St Paul’s Cathedral.
Bishop Graham reflects on time spent with ‘homeless’ people, who come from all backgrounds but have experienced some life-changing crisis.
As part of his Holy Week, Bishop Graham spent time with a young asylum seeker from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and his friends. He asks what the Christian response to refugees could be.
Bishop Graham visited Pentonville Prison during Holy Week to hear about the challenges facing prisoners and prison staff. He relates this experience to the ordeal faced by Jesus before his death.
This Holy Week, Bishop Graham is spending time with people who are an “unwanted presence in a strange city”, as he talks to prisoners, asylum seekers, homeless people and very ill children.
For our Frontline Fridays series, the Bishop of Kensington went to talk to the owner of a scaffolding company about what his Christian faith means to him and his coworkers in normal everyday life.
What is the future of theology? The Bishop of Kensington, the Rt Revd Graham Tomlin, went to Yale Divinity School to discuss what theology has to offer today’s secular world.