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Stephen Ngugi from Christian Aid's Nairobi office visited Christ Church on 28th November and spoke to students about bringing hope and transformation to the lives of rural mothers in Kenya....
Updated: Wednesday 17th December 2014 16:45
Six people will be honoured at the Cathedral on the 31st January 2015
Updated: Friday 5th December 2014 16:50
Christ Church has recently submitted an application to the Forestry Commission for a felling licence to remove 10 poplars from the New Walk. The poplars will be replaced with 18 limes, of a type used in historic avenue planting, as part of the college’s long-term plans for maintaining the avenue.
Updated: Wednesday 12th November 2014 18:19
Bishop John Pritchard said farewell to the Diocese of Oxford in a packed Cathedral on Thursday 30th October. He presided and preached at a Sung Eucharist, which was followed by a drinks reception at the Town Hall. The Bishop chose all the music for the service, which involved a band from St Andrew’s Church, Linton Road, and two trumpeters as well as a traditional choir and organ.
Updated: Tuesday 4th November 2014 14:40
An exhibition of 'Paper Pilgrims' has been installed in the Cathedral's Watching Loft, beside the shrine base of St Frideswide.
Created: Tuesday 21st October 2014
This new CD, Courts of Heaven: Music from The Eton Choirbook Vol. 3, is a collection of music from the Eton Choirbook, the vast collection of English sacred music from the early Renaissance. It is the third in an acclaimed series by Stephen Darlington and The Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford which has proved a thrilling encounter with the remarkable world of the liturgy of Eton College Chapel in the late 15th century.
Updated: Monday 13th October 2014 15:14
The Very Revd Professor Martyn Percy was installed as Dean of Christ Church at Evensong on Saturday 4th October.
Updated: Monday 6th October 2014 9:00
Around 2,500 people from across the Oxford Diocese flocked to Christ Church Meadow for the Grand Day Out on Saturday 20th September, taking the opportunity to say goodbye to the Bishop of Oxford.
Created: Friday 3rd October 2014
The Christopher Tower Poetry Competition, the UK’s most valuable prize for young poets, opened for entries on National Poetry Day, and this year students between 16-18 years of age are challenged to write a poem on the theme of ‘Cells’.
Updated: Thursday 2nd October 2014 9:52
Many members of staff at Christ Church came together on Friday 26th September to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support
Updated: Thursday 2nd October 2014 9:51