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On Saturday 7 March there will be a unique opportunity to hear the combined choirs of Christ Church, Magdalen College and New College at Evensong in the Cathedral.
Updated: Thursday 26th February 2015 14:35
We are delighted to be celebrating the launch of IntoUniversity Oxford South East, a local learning centre created from a partnership between Christ Church, the University of Oxford and the children’s educational charity IntoUniversity.
Updated: Thursday 12th February 2015 9:59
Two Christ Church Professors, Hugh Williamson and John Bell were awarded honours at New Year...
Created: Friday 16th January 2015
Patrick Dawkins, a former Christ Church Music undergraduate, is performing as part of the Ligeti Quartet at 3pm on Sunday 18 January in the Holywell Music Room.
Updated: Friday 16th January 2015 15:58
We were deeply saddened to hear that James Trickey, a Choral Scholar at Church for three years, passed away on 23rd December, aged 22 years.
Updated: Saturday 3rd January 2015 22:40
Christ Church's College Chaplain, Reverend Ralph Williamson, has been appointed as the next Vicar of the parish of St Peter's, Eaton Square, in the Diocese of London...
Updated: Sunday 21st December 2014 4:55
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