Rev Steve Morris

Rev Steve Morris is the vicar of St Cuthbert's, North Wembley in London. Before becoming a priest he ran an advertising agency.

Steve Morris argues that this new book about Pontius Pilate helps us understand the limits of state and law

The humble handwritten letter has made a comeback during the coronavirus pandemic – but will it last?

Steve Morris celebrates the great British institution of the greasy spoon ‘caff’ and predicts that it will thrive again in a post-Covid world

Steve Morris reflects on his time at the University of East Anglia with his contemporary, Iain Dale

Rev. Steve Morris identifies Lewis’s experience at a remote World War Two airbase as defining the way of talking to regular people about the spiritual life

How the New Atheists failed to make God go away

Steve Morris recalls the iconic Oxford Street basement club which has housed London’s evolving music scene since the Second World War

Sweden couldn’t have been as bad as depicted in Sjowall and Wahloo’s novels – after all it produced ABBA and Ikea

The great Christmas singles came from the broken remains of a country that had forgotten how to be itself

London’s great saint needs a reboot