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Services & Speakers
There is a choral service every Sunday in chapel during Oxford Terms at 5.30pm, to which the public are very welcome. This is usually Evensong according to the practice of the Book of Common Prayer. Preachers are from various religious traditions and standpoints.
All Sunday Services take place at 5.30pm
Chapel Services, Michaelmas Term 2019
Celebrating 40 years of Women admitted to Pembroke.
All the speakers at Evensong in Michaelmas term will focus on their experience of ‘Women and Faith’, from a variety of perspectives.
Week 1 - 13th October | Prof Henrietta Harrison, Tutorial Fellow in Chinese, Pembroke College
Week 2 - 20th October | Rebecca Short, formerly Assistant Catholic Chaplain, University of Oxford
Week 3 - 27th October | Dr Dianne Pritchett, an American musician and organist, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Week 4 - 3rd November | Dr Nina Kruglikova, from St Petersburg, a member of Oxford ‘s Russian Orthodox Community, School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography
Week 5 - 10th November | Anna Hauperich, originally a Catholic in her native Germany, read Psychology (BA, DPhil) at Pembroke, now graduate medic and Junior Dean
Week 6 - 17th November | Sr Christine SLG, Canadian Anglican Carmelite member of the Community of the Sisters of the Love of God
Week 7 - 24th November | Dr Emma Sadler, originally from the Black Country in the English Midlands, now a member of the choir with clear feminist perspectives: research scientist and graduate medic
Week 8 - 1st December | Nine Lessons and Carols
Please ring the bell at the Porters’ Lodge if the door is not open to gain access to the college.
Drinks are served afterwards, to which all who come to chapel are very welcome.
For more information, or confidential counsel, please contact:
The Chaplain, Andrew Teal, on 07595 003189 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org