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  1. Christ Church is coming to the end of a major restoration of the interior and will be reopened to the public in September this year.
  2. The Christ Church is an important place to visit in Munnar. (Web site)
  3. The Christ church is the place to be at in case you are celebrating Christmas in Munnar. (Web site)

Christ Church College

  1. The form "Christ Church College" is considered incorrect, in part because it ignores the cathedral, although it has historically been acceptable.


  1. Tom Driberg claimed that the description of the Bollinger Club was a "mild account of the night of any Bullingdon Club dinner in Christ Church.


  1. He, moreover, wreaked his vengeance on the monks of Christ Church by driving them from their monastery and taking possession of their property. (Web site)


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  1. His last position was that of Senior Lecturer in Christian Theology, Canterbury Christ Church University, from which he retired in 2000. (Web site)


  1. In June 1720, Wesley entered Christ Church, Oxford, with an annual allowance of £40 as a Charterhouse scholar. (Web site)

United Brethren

  1. In 1800, Boehm and Otterbein helped found the United Brethren in Christ Church and became the first two bishops of the denomination. (Web site)


  1. A meeting of his Connecticut clergymen was held during the first week of August 1785 at Christ Church on the South Green in Middletown, Connecticut. (Web site)

Sheldonian Theatre

  1. What came to be known as the Sheldonian Theatre was Wren's second work, and was commissioned by John Fell, Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, in late 1663.


  1. He first entered as an undergraduate of Christ Church, but being elected to a Demyship in Magdalen, he completed his course in that College. (Web site)
  2. After attending a private school in Marylebone, young George was sent to Westminster School, which he left in due course for Christ Church, Oxford.

Experimental Philosophy

  1. He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and succeeded Dr. Keil in reading lectures on experimental philosophy at Hart Hall. (Web site)

Eton College

  1. George received his education at Eton College and at Christ Church College, Oxford, and was called to the bar in 1735.


  1. CHRIST CHURCH, Broad Green, was built in 1852 in the early 'decorated' style, a district being formed for it in the following year out of Croydon parish. (Web site)


  1. It was the Normans who brought the Gothic style to Ireland, with such buildings as Christ Church and St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin. (Web site)

Anglican Communion

  1. Terry and family were members of Christ Church, Denver and he obviously knows much about the Anglican Communion from the inside.


  1. The Right Reverend Frederick F. Reese ordained Walker as a deacon and later as a priest at Christ Church in Macon, Georgia, Walker's childhood parish.


  1. He attended Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford, and embarked on an academic career, becoming a Fellow of All Souls in 1931.


  1. On August 3, 1785 the first ordinations on American soil took place there, at Christ Church in Middletown, Connecticut. (Web site)


  1. Longcross's church is Christ Church; it is a redundant church registered for disposal and the parish has merged with the parish of Lyne.
  2. Christ Church, Warminster serves a Parish on the southern side of Warminster.
  3. The airport lies in the south-eastern portion of parish of Christ Church, close to the southern tip of the entire island.


  1. McCrary is the rector of Christ Church of Overland Park Kansas (Anglican), which recently went through a similar separation.
  2. The story of the Chase Vault appears to originate from Thomas H. Orderson, Rector of Christ Church during the period of the unexplained incidents.


  1. He founded Christ Church, Canterbury, as his cathedral and made Canterbury the primary see in England. (Web site)
  2. Christ Church Meadow is a famous flood-meadow, and popular walking and picnic spot in Oxford, England.

River Cherwell

  1. View from the path by the River Cherwell across to Christ Church.
  2. Punting (and chauffeured punting) on the River Cherwell from the boathouse past the Botanic Gardens and Christ Church Meadow. (Web site)


  1. It is a division from the Brethren in Christ Church.
  2. The Brethren in Christ Church has not officially adopted a distinctive flag to represent our denomination. (Web site)
  3. Particularly important for the Brethren in Christ Church was the influence Pietism had upon Anabaptism and John Wesley.

Christ Church Cathedral

  1. He also made bequests to many other churches, including one to Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin where he had worshipped as a boy.
  2. Music at Oxford presents concerts in historic settings such as the Sheldonian Theatre, Christ Church Cathedral and the Holywell Music Room.
  3. St. Frideswide died on 19th October AD 735 and was buried in her monastery in Oxford, where Christ Church Cathedral now stands.


  1. Landmarks The dreaming spires of Oxford facing Christ Church to the south (Christ Church Cathedral on the left and Tom Tower on the right).
  2. The election took place during the diocese's 225th annual convention at Christ Church Cathedral in Hartford.
  3. Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford is unique as a college chapel and cathedral in one foundation. (Web site)


  1. In 1720 he entered Christ Church College, Oxford (M.A., 1727), was ordained deacon in 1725 and elected fellow of Lincoln College in the following year. (Web site)
  2. Christ Church College is one of the largest colleges in the University of Oxford and, at the same time, the Cathedral Church for the Diocese of Oxford. (Web site)
  3. Educated at Christ Church College, Oxford, he became (1660) a lecturer there in Greek, rhetoric, and philosophy. (Web site)


  1. Both brothers studied at the University of Oxford (at Christ Church) and John went on to become a Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford.
  2. John's education continued at Charterhouse School and at Oxford, where he studied at Christ Church and was elected (1726) fellow of Lincoln College.
  3. The history of Christ Church is very largely the history of the University of Oxford.

Christ Church

  1. After a period as lecturer in Philosophy at Christ Church, Oxford, Klein was elected a Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford; she retired in 2006.
  2. From 1933 to 1940 he was lecturer in philosophy at Christ Church (College), Oxford. (Web site)
  3. As well as being a college, Christ Church is also the cathedral church of the diocese of Oxford, namely Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford.


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