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It is very good to welcome Canon Edmund Newell, who is the new Sub-Dean and a Canon of Christ Church. He knows Oxford well, having studied at Nuffield College and served later as Chaplain to Bishop Richard Harries.
Updated: Friday 3rd April 2009 14:26
Christ Church Regatta is currently running on the Isis from Wednesday to Saturday this week. The Regatta is entirely for novice rowers from all colleges so all those rowing or coxing in it have started learning just seven weeks ago. Its a great opportunity for college support as everyone gets down to the river to cheer and many of Christ Church's senior rowers help with coaching and marshalling. This year there are three Christ Church Men's boats and one Ladies' boat, which also include rowers from Kellogg college.
Updated: Friday 3rd April 2009 14:16
Christ Church, Oxford announces the 2009 Christopher Tower Poetry Competition on Tuesday 4 November – the 90th anniversary of the death, aged 25, of Wilfred Owen MC
The Christopher Tower Poetry Competition, the UK’s most valuable prize for young poets, is once again open for entries, and this year students between 16-18 years of age are challenged to write a poem on the theme of ‘Doubt’.
Updated: Wednesday 15th April 2009 12:47
Christ Church undergraduate Vicki Barker has won the SET Maritime Technology Award for her 4th Year Project
At the 2008 Science, Engineering and Technology Student of the Year Awards, the Lloyds Register Educational Trust Award for the Best Maritime Technology Student went to Vicki Barker of Christ Church and the Department of Engineering Science for her 4th year undergraduate project studying extreme waves off Norway.
Updated: Friday 3rd April 2009 14:03
Oxford University has launched a new centre for Theology, Ethics and Public Life, the McDonald Centre. It will examine what contribution Christian ethics can make to issues of public concern. Dr Nigel Biggar, Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology and Canon of Christ Church, will be its director.
Updated: Thursday 28th January 2010 13:47
Choristers of Christ Church Cathedral and Worcester College Choir joined forces on Saturday 11th October with former choristers, choir parents, governors, teachers and other friends for a Choral Workshop and concert of Handel's music in the Cathedral. The programme was organised jointly by the Christ Church Cathedral School Parents’ Association and the Christ Church Cathedral School Old Boys’ Association to raise money for the school
Updated: Friday 3rd April 2009 13:30
Two ordination services took place in Christ Church Cathedral last weekend, when a total of eighteen men and women from the Diocese were ordained as Deacons by the Rt Revd John Pritchard, the Bishop of Oxford. We wish them every fulfilment in their new ministries.
Updated: Friday 3rd April 2009 13:14
A Memorial Service was held for The Very Reverend Professor Henry Chadwick KBE (1920-2008), former Dean of Christ Church, in the Cathedral on Saturday September the 27th. The Dean of Christ Church welcomed the very large congregation and addresses were given by Professor Henry Matyr-Harting and Dr Stephen Darlington. Prayers were led by the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, Archbishop Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, and the final belssing was given by Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu.
Updated: Wednesday 12th August 2009 15:01
Members of the Cathedral congregation gathered after Evensong on Sunday the 28th of September to say goodbye to Nicholas and Edith Coulton, on Nicholas' retirement from the position of Sub-Dean. The Dean, the Very Revd Christopher Lewis, thanked Canon Coulton for his contributions to the life and ministry of the Cathedral and presented gifts on behalf of the congregation and Cathedral Friends. We wish them well in the next period of their lives.
Updated: Tuesday 15th December 2009 12:14
On September the 23rd, Christ Church hosted an informal talk by Archbishop Malkhaz Songulashvili from the Evangelical Baptist Church of Georgia. The Archbishop spoke about the history of Georgia, the present situation and also about the growth of its Evangelical Baptist church. Archbishop Malkhaz was on research leave when the recent conflict with Russia escalated. He recently returned to Georgia and the day after his talk at Christ Church he left for further meetings with church leaders. In Oxford, Humanitarian aid for Georgia has been coordinated by the church of St Michael’s at the North Gate.
Updated: Wednesday 12th August 2009 15:21