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- 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.
- The Christ Church is an important place to visit in Munnar.
- The Christ church is the place to be at in case you are celebrating Christmas in Munnar.
- The form "Christ Church College" is considered incorrect, in part because it ignores the cathedral, although it has historically been acceptable.
- 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.
- He, moreover, wreaked his vengeance on the monks of Christ Church by driving them from their monastery and taking possession of their property.
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- His last position was that of Senior Lecturer in Christian Theology, Canterbury Christ Church University, from which he retired in 2000.
- In June 1720, Wesley entered Christ Church, Oxford, with an annual allowance of £40 as a Charterhouse scholar.
- In 1800, Boehm and Otterbein helped found the United Brethren in Christ Church and became the first two bishops of the denomination.
- 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.
- 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.
- He first entered as an undergraduate of Christ Church, but being elected to a Demyship in Magdalen, he completed his course in that College.
- After attending a private school in Marylebone, young George was sent to Westminster School, which he left in due course for Christ Church, Oxford.
- He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and succeeded Dr. Keil in reading lectures on experimental philosophy at Hart Hall.
- George received his education at Eton College and at Christ Church College, Oxford, and was called to the bar in 1735.
- 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.
- It was the Normans who brought the Gothic style to Ireland, with such buildings as Christ Church and St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin.
- Terry and family were members of Christ Church, Denver and he obviously knows much about the Anglican Communion from the inside.
- 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.
- He attended Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford, and embarked on an academic career, becoming a Fellow of All Souls in 1931.
- On August 3, 1785 the first ordinations on American soil took place there, at Christ Church in Middletown, Connecticut.
- Longcross's church is Christ Church; it is a redundant church registered for disposal and the parish has merged with the parish of Lyne.
- Christ Church, Warminster serves a Parish on the southern side of Warminster.
- The airport lies in the south-eastern portion of parish of Christ Church, close to the southern tip of the entire island.
- McCrary is the rector of Christ Church of Overland Park Kansas (Anglican), which recently went through a similar separation.
- The story of the Chase Vault appears to originate from Thomas H. Orderson, Rector of Christ Church during the period of the unexplained incidents.
- He founded Christ Church, Canterbury, as his cathedral and made Canterbury the primary see in England.
- Christ Church Meadow is a famous flood-meadow, and popular walking and picnic spot in Oxford, England.
- View from the path by the River Cherwell across to Christ Church.
- Punting (and chauffeured punting) on the River Cherwell from the boathouse past the Botanic Gardens and Christ Church Meadow.
- It is a division from the Brethren in Christ Church.
- The Brethren in Christ Church has not officially adopted a distinctive flag to represent our denomination.
- Particularly important for the Brethren in Christ Church was the influence Pietism had upon Anabaptism and John Wesley.
- He also made bequests to many other churches, including one to Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin where he had worshipped as a boy.
- Music at Oxford presents concerts in historic settings such as the Sheldonian Theatre, Christ Church Cathedral and the Holywell Music Room.
- St. Frideswide died on 19th October AD 735 and was buried in her monastery in Oxford, where Christ Church Cathedral now stands.
- Landmarks The dreaming spires of Oxford facing Christ Church to the south (Christ Church Cathedral on the left and Tom Tower on the right).
- The election took place during the diocese's 225th annual convention at Christ Church Cathedral in Hartford.
- Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford is unique as a college chapel and cathedral in one foundation.
- 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.
- 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.
- Educated at Christ Church College, Oxford, he became (1660) a lecturer there in Greek, rhetoric, and philosophy.
- Both brothers studied at the University of Oxford (at Christ Church) and John went on to become a Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford.
- John's education continued at Charterhouse School and at Oxford, where he studied at Christ Church and was elected (1726) fellow of Lincoln College.
- The history of Christ Church is very largely the history of the University of Oxford.
- After a period as lecturer in Philosophy at Christ Church, Oxford, Klein was elected a Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford; she retired in 2006.
- From 1933 to 1940 he was lecturer in philosophy at Christ Church (College), Oxford.
- 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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