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The funeral for The Very Reverend Professor Henry Chadwick KBE (1920-2008), former Dean of Christ Church, was held in the Cathedral on Wednesday 25th June at 11am.
Updated: Wednesday 12th August 2009 15:07
Michael Moritz (1973) and Harriet Heyman donate US$50 million to Christ Church: the largest single donation in the college’s history...
Updated: Friday 3rd April 2009 9:30
Christ Church was filled with over a thousand people, undergraduates and graduate students, old members of the college and senior members for the Christ Church Commemoration Ball on Saturday the 14th of June. The Ball was superbly organised by a committee led by Miss Annabel Walker and was an extremely happy event, especially for those finishing their final exams. The lead musical attraction was the The Wombats and there were many other entertainments including other fine music, excellent food, a carousel, ferris wheel and horse and carriage rides throughout the night.
Updated: Wednesday 8th April 2009 18:57
Christ Church Admissions Office invites sixth form students to attend a subject taster day in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History on Wednesday 18th June. The event is open to all first year A level or IB students in the maintained sector interested in pursuing the study of these, or related, subjects at university. Further information and details of how to book a place can be found (download pdf file)
Updated: Wednesday 1st April 2009 13:45
A service of Evensong in memoriam was held for the late Bishop Kenneth Woollcombe (1924-2008) in the Cathedral on Wednesday 28th May. The service was sung by the combined choirs of St John's College and the Cathedral Singers and the Address was given by The Very Revd Robert Jeffery, Dean Emeritus of Worcester.
Updated: Wednesday 12th August 2009 15:00
Benedict Protheroe, a recent Christ Church languages student, is walking almost 1200 miles to Rome, and raising money for the charity Practical Action along the way. Taking time out from a career in television, he left Canterbury Cathedral at the end of April and is now in Reims, walking fifteen miles a day and carrying his tent and equipment himself.
Updated: Wednesday 1st April 2009 13:35
Christ Church Cathedral played host to the Centenary Service for the local Territorial Army Regiments on Saturday April the 26th. The service concluded with a Parade on the Broad Walk attended by the Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire...
Updated: Wednesday 1st April 2009 13:29
Christ Church is to become 'The 40% House' and is on track to cut carbon emissions by 60% by 2050. Christ Church has responded to the threat posed by climate change by launching its first Energy Policy in its 484 year history, outlining a strategy to transform energy systems and reduce carbon emissions by 60% by 2050 (or by 1,634 tonnes of CO2 per annum), The Very Reverend Dr Christopher Lewis, Dean of Christ Church said today.
Updated: Wednesday 1st April 2009 13:22
The winners of the 2008 Christopher Tower Poetry Prize, the UK’s most prestigious award for 16 to 18 year old aspiring poets, have been announced today at a luncheon reception at Christ Church in Oxford.
Eighteen-year old Emily Middleton (left) from The King’s School, Macclesfield was awarded the £3000 first prize for her poem, The Five Stages. Winner of the second (£1000) prize is Ashley McMullin (The Sixth Form College, Colchester) with Journey to Hilly Country and the third prizewinner (£500) is Nina Bahadur from St Paul’s Girls’ School, London with her poem, Heat.
Updated: Wednesday 15th April 2009 12:45
Christ Church is welcoming around two hundred and fifty writers and thousands of visitors this week at the Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival, which we are very happy to be hosting once again from the 31st of March to the 6th April. An exciting and far-ranging programme of speakers for the 12th festival are here at Christ Church to debate, discuss ideas and share their passion for their subject.
Updated: Wednesday 1st April 2009 11:40