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Christ's College Chapel Services

Sundays

7 May — 7pm
14 May — 10am (300th anniversary Freemasons)
28 May — 7pm
11 June — 7pm
18 June — 7pm

Spirituality and Virtues

Throughout its long and rich history, Christ's College has maintained its foundation in Christian values, encouraging boys to live lives underpinned by honesty, respect, spirituality, justice, compassion and stewardship.

These are timeless values which, once learned, serve each boy well throughout his life. Our Chaplain guides the spiritual life of the school, following the broad ethos of Anglicanism, whilst recognising the multi-denominational nature of our community. College welcomes boys of all religions and cultures.

At the heart of the school stands the Chapel. All boys attend Chapel services on Monday and Friday mornings, congregational singing practice on Wednesdays, and at least two Sunday services throughout the term. Parents and families are warmly welcomed at Sunday services.

Boys are invited to be baptised if they wish, and a Confirmation course is offered to Year 12 and 13 students.

In religious education classes, boys have the opportunity to learn about the great religions of the world, and to reflect on their own beliefs. Knowing about religion, philosophy and ethics is not only valuable to finding meaning in life, but is also essential for a broad education, and foundational for other subjects, from art to English to history.

We aim to help the boys develop a mature understanding of social and cultural differences and to meet the challenges of good citizenship.

Upcoming Events

Martyn Percy reduced

What it means to be an inclusive Church - presented by The Very Revd Prof Martyn Percy, Dean of Christ Church, Oxford

Thursday 10 August, 7.30pm, The Chapman Room

The Very Revd Professor Martyn Percy is the 45th Dean of Christ Church, Oxford and one of the world’s leading academics. He was educated at the Universities of Bristol, Durham, London (King’s) and Sheffield and ordained after a career in publishing. Martyn is a member of the Faculty of Theology at Oxford University, Professor of Theological Education at King’s College London and Professorial Research Fellow at Heythrop College, University of London.

Martyn writes and teaches on modern ecclesiology. His recent books include Anglicanism: Confidence, Commitment and Communion (Ashgate) and Thirty-Nine New Articles: An Anglican Landscape of Faith (Canterbury Press). Martyn is married to the Revd Dr Emma Percy, Chaplain and Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, and they have two sons, Benjamin and Joseph

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