The Festival of Christian Pilgrimage is being run by Canon Sarah Meyrick (Cathedral Public Engagement Manager) and Revd Dr Sally Welch (Diocesan Spirituality Adviser) on behalf of the Dean and Chapter of Christ Church. To find out more about Pilgrimage at Christ Church Cathedral see www.chch.ox.ac.uk/pilgrimage
We are working in partnership with Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd, publishers of the Church Times, the imprints Canterbury Press and Church House Publishing and owners of Church House Bookshop. Hymns A&M also runs the biennial Bloxham Festival of Faith and Literature and the biennial Church Times Festival of Preaching. Find out more about us and our work.
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Christ Church, established by Henry VIII in 1546, is a unique foundation of College and Cathedral. It is home to some 650 undergraduate and postgraduate students and over a hundred Senior Members. Christ Church occupies a 150-acre site in the heart of Oxford, including the Meadow, a tranquil area of pasture, preserved for centuries and bounded by the Rivers Isis and Cherwell.
For the Festival of Pilgrimage, we would have used the Cathedral (of course) and the Sir Michael Dummett Lecture Theatre.
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