I recorded a sermon for Ascension Day as part of Morning Prayer for St. Margaret of Scotland, where I am honorary clergy. I used the Ascension readings in place of those for the Seventh Sunday of Easter, as we don’t always hear these readings in church of a Sunday. Stupidly I deleted the word file, but you can find the video hosted on video at the parish website or below. Viewers should be warned: video contains images of a cleric with alarming long pandemic hair.
The theologian I reference in the sermon is Oliver O’Donovan, specifically from Self, World, and Time, Volume 1 of his series Ethics as Theology.
I look forward to preaching more now that I’m retired from the military chaplaincy, in whatever part of the post Covid church God sees fit to call me.