The Chapel has a steady stream of visitors, and addresses have been given by church leaders, academics, politicians and charity workers, members and former members of College, including:
Rowan Williams, Desmond Tutu, Sir Diarmaid MacCulloch, Richard Lord Harries, Ann Widdicombe (LMH), Martin Nyaboho, Bishop of Makamba in Burundi, James Darcy (Trustee of Oxfam), Principals, Fellows and students.
View and download this term's services here.
The Chapel is a place where a wide variety of cultural and intellectual events find a home, including:
Esther de Waal on Thomas Merton, with an exhibition of his photographs
Gillian Weir on Abstraction Art and Music
Professor Todd Huffman with a performance of the ‘Quantum Alice’
Exhibitions by: Maggi Hambling, Roger Wagner, Jane Greenham, Nicholas Mijnheer, Mark Cazalet
and LMH students over many years, including Conrad Shawcross, now the youngest Royal Academician
View and download this term's events here.
The sermon for 7th Week of Hilary Term, on 25th February, was delivered by Lord Richard Harries, a former Bishop of Oxford. The theme for the term was 'Faith in the Arts', and Lord Harries focused on ideas and representations of beauty within a variety of Christian contexts. For those who were unable to attend, or who would like to read again, you can download the full text here.
The Chapel is the centre of music in College. Read about musical life at LMH, written by our Director of Music, Dr Nicholas Prozzillo.
Contact the Chaplain
The Chaplain, Reverend Allan Doig, is available to every member of College of any religious belief and none. He can usually be found at the Vestry, beside the Chapel, between 2pm and 3pm or by private appointment.