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WHAT’S ON23Advent, Christmasand Epiphany 2018/19www.chch.ox.ac.uk/cathedral 01865 276155

Advent, Christmas and EpiphanyOf all the seasons of the Church’s year, Advent is most full of promise. As we wait and prepare for the coming of Christ, wealso look forward to the promise of his return: when all the pain of human experience will come to an end, and we will all becaught up in the full knowledge and love of God. With this focus, we read Biblical texts of hope and we light the four candlesof the Advent wreath, one by one, bringing a gradual dawning until the light of Christmas finally breaks into the world.Starting as a flicker, and spreading through our Cathedral as Advent progresses, the light finally blazes into the darknessof the night at our Midnight Choral Eucharist, when we worship Jesus – the baby of Bethlehem, the Son of God who riseswith healing in his wings, the light that came into the darkness that continues to enlighten all the world. That focus on lightcontinues into the season of Epiphany, when we explore the revealing of the light of God in the beginning of Jesus’s ministry.As we approach Christmas, we pray that the light of Christ will dawn into the hearts and homes of all people and shine outfrom this cathedral church into our city, county and diocese.Revd Philippa White, Succentor

EventAdvent SleepoverThursday 29 NovemberA group of Christ Church students, canonsand staff will be once again sleeping overnightin the Cathedral to raise money for theChurch Urban Fund, a charity which supportshomeless projects around the country.To donate, see cathedral-sleepover-2018Special ServicesCathedral Advent ServiceSunday 2 December 2018 6pmFREE, no tickets requiredThe Cathedral Choir sings a selection of Advent music old andnew. The choir will process around the building as the Cathedral isgradually illuminated, representing the journey from darkness intolight. Alongside the choral music, the congregation will be invited tojoin in Advent carols.3

ConcertFamilyCarol ConcertIn aid of Christ ChurchCathedral Music TrustConcertMacmillan Charity Concert:A Celebration of ChristmasFriday 7 December 8pmWe welcome audiences of allages to enjoy a host of Christmasmusic in this daytime event;with angelic singing from ChristChurch’s choristers to inspire, andThis popular Carol Concert has become Macmillan’s biggest fund-raising eventa programme tailored to youngin Oxfordshire. Join us for a memorable evening of seasonal choral music,ears, this is the ideal family concertfavourite carols and festive readings from celebrities including Shaun Evans,to engage with the spirit of theWill Gompertz and John Lloyd. Our conductor, Tom Hammond-Davies, willseason.bring you a feast of music from the world-class vocal ensemble the BlenheimSingers, and Robert Quinney will play the organ. For a bit of extra magic, wehave a guest chorister from New College and entertainment in the Quad fromthe Magdalen College School Brass Ensemble. The reality is that we have allbeen touched by cancer directly or indirectly; joining us for this magical evening4Saturday 8 December 11.30amPlease note: There will be abuggy park inside the Cathedral,as there is no space for pramsnext to seats.will help fund Macmillan’s work.Tickets fromTickets from ticketsoxford.com 01865 30530501865 244806www.musicatoxford.com

ConcertChapter Charity ConcertIn aid of ZANESaturday 8 December 8pmEnjoy a magical Christmas evening in the splendour ofour Cathedral with guest readers Harry Enfield, PrueLeith and John Simpson.Combining Christmas carols and celebrity readings, theprogramme promises festive humour, entertainmentand contemplation.Music will include the Dragon School’s celebratedIdris Choir led by William Morris, and renowned vocalensemble Vespri Segreti directed by David Bannister.The organist will be the accomplished Ben Giddens.We hope you will enjoy this spectacular evening whilstsupporting ZANE’s life-saving work amongst thepoorest of the poor in Zimbabwe.ConcertMusic at Oxford’sChristmas at Christ ChurchFriday 14 December andWednesday 19 December 8pmMusic at Oxford’s annual celebration of carols inthe beautiful surroundings of the Cathedral bringstogether a popular mix of festive cheer and seasonalnostalgia. The Cathedral Choir will sing a range ofmusic centred on the Christmas message, under theirFor more information on ZANE, seenew director Steven Grahl, with spirited readings andwww.zane-zimbabweanationalemergency.comaudience carols to share. Early booking is essential.Tickets from www.ticketsoxford.comTickets from www.musicatoxford.com01865 30530501865 2448065

EventOrgan Meditations:La Nativitédu Seigneurby MessiaenService and SupperMonday 17 December 6pmChristmas Carol Serviceand PartyMakoto James and Ben Collyer, ourorgan scholars, perform Messiaen’siconic meditations on the birth ofFriends of Christ Church CathedralJesus on the Cathedral’s famousTuesday 18 December 6pmthe mountains of the French Alps,A special Friends service sung by the Cathedral Choir. The service isand the stained glass windows ofopen to the public and all are welcome. This is followed by a two-coursemedieval cathedrals, Olivier Messiaensupper with wine, mince pies and coffee at 7.30pm. No tickets are(1908-1992) composed La Nativité duSeigneur in 1935. The work is in ninemovements, each depicting an imageor concept from the birth of Jesus.FREE event, no tickets required6Photo by Tj Holowaychuk on UnsplashRieger organ. Inspired by theology,needed for the service but booking for the supper is essential.Tickets for the supper ( 30 for Friends, 33 for guests) are availableby post from Elizabeth Harrison, Hon Secretary, Friends of ChristChurch Cathedral, Priory Room Office, Christ Church Oxford OX1 1DPcathedralfriends@btconnect.comPlease make cheques payable to Friends of Christ Church Cathedral andinclude an SAE.

ConcertChristmaswith theCathedral SingersFriday 21 December 8pmThe Christmas season is not completewithout an evening spent in theSpecial Servicemusical and convivial company of theNine Lessons and CarolsCathedral Singers of Christ Church andSunday 23 December 6pmtheir director James Morley Potter.Monday 24 December 3pmCome and join us for a traditionalThe Cathedral Choir sings a selection of Christmas music old and new. Theconcert of beloved carols and newservice involves choir processions around the building and congregationaldiscoveries, festive readings, and aparticipation in the hymns.glass of wine.www.cathedralsingers.org.ukTickets are available fromwww.ticketsoxford.com01865 305305Entry is FREE but tickets are required ( 1 postage)www.ticketsoxford.com 01865 305305Tickets available from Monday 19 NovemberIf you don’t have a ticket, you are welcome to queue on the day but wecannot guarantee entry.7

Special Events and Services - Advent, Christmas and EpiphanyNOVEMBER 2018Friday 7 DecemberFriday 21 DecemberJANUARY 2019Sunday 25 November8pm Macmillan Charity8pm Cathedral SingersThe Feast of EpiphanyConcertConcert5.30pm College Advent Carolswith the Cathedral Choir(Entry by ticket only)Wednesday 28 NovemberSunday 6 January8amHoly CommunionSaturday 8 DecemberSunday 23 December9.45am Choral Matins11.30am Family Concert6pm Nine Lessons and11amEpiphany Eucharist8pm Chapter Charity ConcertCarols6pm Festal Evensong8.15pm College Choir Carolsby CandlelightTuesday 11 DecemberChristmas EveFriday 18 January(Singing for Syrians)8pm Headington SchoolMonday 24 December10.30am Christingle for localCarol ServiceThursday 29 NovemberAdvent Sleepover for CUFFriday 14 DecemberDECEMBER 2018Christmas at ChristSunday 2 DecemberChurchEucharist1.30pm Christingle for localschools8Canons and admissionTuesday 25 DecemberFEBRUARY 20196pm Organ Meditations8amHoly CommunionCandlemas9.45am Choral MatinsSaturday 2 FebruaryTuesday 18 December11am Choral Eucharist6pm Candlemas Carols with6pm Friends of Christ Church6pm Said Evening PrayerTuesday 4 Decemberschools6pm Installation of Honoraryto Order of St FrideswideCathedral Carol Service10.30am Christingle for localSaturday 26 JanuaryMonday 17 DecemberMonday 3 DecemberAdvent Carol ServiceCarols11.30pm Midnight ChoralChristmas Day6pm Cathedral Advent Carol6pm Frideswide Voicesschools3pm Nine Lessons and8pm Music at Oxford’sService10.30am Crib ServiceSunday 30 DecemberWednesday 19 December8amHoly Communion8pm Music at Oxford’s9.45am Said Matins with HymnsChristmas at Christ11amChoral EucharistChurch6 pm Choral EvensongRSCM

Special ServiceChristmas EveCrib Servicefor FamiliesSpecial ServicesMonday 24 DecemberChristmas EveChoral EucharistChristmas DayServices10.30amMonday 24 December 11.30pmTuesday 25 DecemberChristmas wouldn’t be ChristmasCome and join us for the serviceCome and join us at the Cathedral onwithout our Crib Service.often known as ‘Midnight Mass’,Christmas Day to celebrate the birth ofCalling all children, parents andwhen we celebrate the dawningChrist.grandparents You are mostof hope in the midst of darknesswelcome to come and take partas Christmas Eve gives way toin our short, informal ChristmasChristmas Day.Eve family service where we willre-enact the Christmas story andsing some well-loved carols.8am Holy Communion9.45amChoral Matins11am Choral EucharistMozart Missa Brevis in FDarke In the Bleak Midwinter6pm Said Evening Prayer9

Educational VisitsThe Cathedral offers a wide range of options andbespoke educational visits for pupils of all ages onTuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.We have the followng NEW Options for Schools for2018/19.SchoolsTorn from homeA CPD opportunity for Primary and Secondary Teachers25 January 2019 9.30-3.45pmTo commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2019, theCathedral, in partnership with the Oxford Jewish Centreand Synagogue and the Museum of Oxford is offering aspecial CPD day for teachers. This is a unique opportunityChildren may dress up as monks and discovermore about the Monasteries of England, before theReformation. They can learn about Monastic rule,worship, healing and pilgrimage.RE: Exploring Christianity in contextBring the RE curriculum to life in the Cathedral, andsupport the teaching of key concepts and themes,including Creation, Incarnation and Salvation.to explore the Jewish heritage of Oxford, learn moreHistory: Oxford and Christ Church in the Civil Warabout Judaism and Christianity, and become more awareKing Charles I lived at Christ Church and his Parliamentof Holocaust education resources available to teachers.was held here during the Civil War. Pupils may come toBooking essential. 15 per head including lunch.discover the many hidden secrets of the Cathedral andTo find out more about this and our school visits10RE: Become a Monk at St Frideswide’s PrioryCollege during this turbulent time in our history.programme, contact jacqueline.holderness@chch.For more information, contactox.ac.uk or 01865 286003jacqueline.holderness@chch.ox.ac.ukor 01865 286003

Our regular pattern of worshipat Christ Church CathedralThe daily offering of worship to God is at the heartof Christ Church. Everyone is welcome to join theworshipping community of Christ Church Cathedral,whether for a single service, or more regularly.SundaysBook a parish visitto your Cathedral8amHoly Communion (1662)9.45amMatins and Sermon (1662)11amChoral Eucharist (CW)6pmChoral Evensong (1662)Weekdays7.15amMorning Prayer (CW)The Dean and Canons of Christ Church warmly invite parishes in the7.35amHoly Communion (CW)Diocese of Oxford to visit the Cathedral, to share in its worship and1pmHoly Communion (Wednesdays only) (1662)discover its history.6pmEvening Prayer – Choral Evensong (1662)The programme for the day is as follows:3pmArrive at Christ Church for a guided tour of the Cathedral4pmVisit to Upper Library or Picture Gallery4.30pmAfternoon tea in the Great Hall5pmVisit to the Treasury and Cathedral Shop6pmChoral Evensong7pmEnd of visitThere will be a charge for tea but guided tours are FREE.For further information go to www.chch.ox.ac.uk/cathedral oremail Miranda Hockliffe at miranda.hockliffe@chch.ox.ac.uk.On Mondays, Evening Prayer is either a said service or,during university term time, sung by the College Choir.On Thursdays, the evening service is usually a ChoralEucharist.Please note that our services begin five minutes laterthan ‘normal’ time, because the Cathedral keeps the old‘Oxford Time’ (i.e. five minutes west of Greenwich). Thismeans 6pm Oxford Time is 6.05pm GMT or BST.11

PPARK END RD.LP.GEORGE STETMARKCORNPOXFORDSTATIONSPEST GILST.BEAUMONTESLDATST APOXPERWELRIVER CHNHIGHCANTURBURY GATETOM GATEENMEADOW GATE.RDTHAMESTHASMECHRIST CHURCHSRVERIPST.ST.CHRIST CHURCHMEADOWEvent12Be A Chorister For A DayWho’s who at Christ Church CathedralSaturday 9 February 2019Dean:The Very Revd Professor Martyn PercyDo you know a boy who might enjoy joining our world-Sub Dean:The Revd Canon Dr Edmund Neweyfamous choir? Boys aged seven and eight are invitedCanon Precentor: The Revd Canon Dr Grant Baylissto come and see what it’s like for an afternoon. Join aOrganist:Professor Steven Grahlchoir practice, enjoy tea in the Harry Potter Hall andRegistrar:Mr John Briggssing at a real Cathedral Evensong.The Cathedral, Christ Church, St Aldate’s, Oxford OX1 1DPFor more information about the day, contact thecathedral@chch.ox.ac.uk Tel: 01865 276155Registrar, Mrs Clare James, on 01865 260650 orFor up to date information go to www.chch.ox.ac.uk/cathedralregistrar@cccs.org.uk www.cccs.org.ukRegistered charity in England and Wales number: 1143423

Music at Oxford’s annual celebration of carols in the beautiful surroundings of the Cathedral brings together a popular mix of festive cheer and seasonal nostalgia. The Cathedral Choir will sing a range of music centred on the Christmas message, under their new director Steven Grahl, with spirited readings and audience carols to share. Early booking is essential. Tickets from www .

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