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New College Chapel Card Trinity Term 2019


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New College's Trinity Term 2019 Chapel Card

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New College Chapel Card Trinity Term 2019

  2. 2. WELCOME TO NEW COLLEGE CHAPEL Everyone is welcome to our chapel services. We are an inclusive community and hope that the chapel provides a place where anyone can come for peaceful reflection supported by our liturgy and music. The chapel ethos is expressed in this prayer by Bishop Thomas Ken, a fellow of the college in the seventeenth century: O God, make the door of this house wide enough to receive all who need human love and fellowship; narrow enough to shut out all envy, pride and strife. Make its threshold smooth enough to be no stumbling block to children, nor to straying feet, but rugged and strong enough to turn back the tempter’s power. God make the door of this house the gateway to thy divine kingdom. Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday Choral Evensong* Choral Evensong Sung Eucharist Choral Evensong (unaccompanied) Choral Evensong * Vespers & Compline 9.30pm on 20 May & 10 June Wednesdays, 8.15am Thursdays, 1.00pm Morning Prayer in chapel Followed by free breakfast in Hall. Soul Food Discussion group in 3 OB 6, with lunch. WEEKLY STUDENT EVENTS WEEKDAY SERVICES, 6.15pm Choral Evensong with sermons on the following Sundays: The Revd Canon Jane Charman Director, Learning for Discipleship & Ministry, Diocese of Salisbury The Rt Revd Jonathan Gibbs Bishop of Huddersfield The Revd Canon Dr James Hawkey Canon Theologian, Westminster Abbey The Revd Justin White College Chaplain, Winchester College SUNDAY SERVICES, 5.45pm 28 April 5 May 19 May 2 June WeeklyEventsinUniversityTerm(26April–22June)
  3. 3. SPECIAL EVENTS Sunday 28 April at 5.45pm Sung Eucharist with Admission to Communion Saturday 4 May at 5.30pm Amicabilis Concordia Evensong in the Chapel of King’s College, Cambridge. The choirs of New College, King’s, Eton and Winchester Colleges sing Evensong to mark the retirement of Stephen Cleobury. No service in New College. Saturday 11 May at 6.15pm Visitors to the University of Oxford Choral and Organ Open Day will join the choir to sing Evensong. Sunday 19 May at 5.45pm Lutheran Vespers with Oxford Bach Soloists J. S. Bach, Es ist euch gut, dass ich hingehe, BWV 108. Wednesday 22 May at 6.00pm Roman Catholic Mass Thursday 30 May at 6.15pm Sung Eucharist for the Feast of the Ascension with Procession to the Mound, where the choir will sing an anthem. Followed by (free) supper for college members. Register with the chapel administrator. Saturday 8 June at 6.05pm Three Choirs Evensong New College Choir joins the choirs of Magdalen College and Christ Church for Evensong in Christ Church Cathedral. No service in New College. Sunday 9 June at 5.45pm Evensong for the Feast of Pentecost Saturday 15 June at 6.15pm Short, family friendly Evensong for the Chorister Open Day (full details on choir website). Thursday 20 June at 6.15pm Sung Eucharist with Procession for the Feast of Corpus Christi. Preacher: the Revd Professor William Whyte, St John’s College Friday 21 June at 5.45pm Leavers’ Evensong Saturday 22 June at 6.15pm Wykeham Day and final service Evensong for New College School Wykeham Day and final service of the academic year. 25 May Anna Lapwood Pembroke College, Cambridge 1 June Francesca Massey Durham Cathedral 8 June Makoto James Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford 15 June Charles Maxtone-Smith New College Monday 10 June, 8.00pm Le Vent de l’Esprit: Organ Music for Pentecost. Works by de Grigny & Messiaen. Timothy Wakerell, New College ORGAN RECITALS Saturdays at 7.15pm, 30-minute recitals after Evensong. Free entry.
  4. 4. Donations in chapel this term will support Combat Stress and Médicins sans Frontières PTSD is alarmingly high among veterans who served in combat and every year, more than 2,000 new veterans ask us for help with trauma-related mental health problems. Without specialist help, many veterans struggle with anxiety, anger and depression. By providing a personalised programme of treatment and support, Combat Stress helps veterans tackle the past and take on the future. Médicins sans Frontières provides medical assistance to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from healthcare in some of the world’s most troubled areas. Its teams are made up of tens of thousands of health professionals, guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence and neutrality. Chaplain: Erica Longfellow (2)79541 Organist: Robert Quinney (6)18701 Chapel Administrator: Nancy-Jane Rucker (2)79108 Assistant Chaplain: Susan Bridge (2)89081 Precentor: David Parrott Assistant Organist: Timothy Wakerell Organ Scholar: Charles Maxtone-Smith Head Verger: Jamie Bell Hastings Rashdall Graduate Scholar: Katie Allan Chapel Warden: Hugh Campbell Catholic Reps: Danny Hatem, David Clifton CU Rep: Anna Houchen CHAPEL CONTACTS