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The Chapel

The Chapel at LMH is an open and inclusive community and everyone, and ‘everyone’ really does means everyone, is welcome.

About the LMH Chapel

The Chapel is part of the Deneke set of buildings and is hard to miss on the outside, but its entrance is easy to walk past if you are heads down and heading for the Dining Hall.  Look left as you enter the main building and it is at the end of the corridor.  The Chapel is open every day for prayer, (if you are the praying sort), silence, to light a candle or just enjoy the atmosphere. 

All members of College - Fellows, undergraduates, graduates and members of staff- are welcome to attend services in Chapel, as are members of the public: see the Services and Events page for details. These are Christian services, including a termly Roman Catholic mass; please see also our page about Non-Christian Faith Groups and places to worship in Oxford.

View of the LMH Chapel from outside. Leaves cover the grass outside in this autumnal photo.
A photo of the Revd Dr Stephanie Burette

The Chaplain: The Revd Dr Stephanie Burette

As Chaplain, Stephanie oversees the College Chapel activities: services as well as other events taking place in the Chapel. She is particularly interested in matters of diversity, inclusivity, equity, religious literacy, interfaith conversations and the arts. Stephanie is here for all members of the College community, whether they come to Chapel or not. 

She leads worship in collaboration with the Director of Music and the Organ Scholars and whilst Choral Evensong is our weekly regular service, she is very keen on implementing or resuming services such as Compline (a late evening service to ‘complete’ the day), as well as curating events involving meditation, poetry, instrumental music, and the arts.  

The LMH Chapel is an inclusive space and we believe that it is God who welcomes all of us. Gender, age, ethnicity, race, physical or mental abilities, or sexuality are no barriers to God’s love and acceptance. Everyone is welcome to participate in all services. If you have any questions or would like to be involved in a particular way (reading, setting up, organizing activities, etc.) do please reach out to Stephanie: stephanie.burette@lmh.ox.ac.uk

Stephanie’s research was originally on French literature and paintings, specifically seventeenth- and eighteenth-century art criticism and art theory. She is now researching the works of early twentieth-century British artists, who revisited Christian imagery in the inter-war and post-World War II period, either in England or abroad, often wrestling with theological questions in extreme situations. 

Contact the Chaplain

The Reverend Dr Stephanie Burette 

Email: stephanie.burette@lmh.ox.ac.uk 

Stephanie is also the Chaplain at Corpus Christi College. 

Chapel Team

Chaplain: The Revd Dr Stephanie Burette

Director of Chapel Music: Paul Burke

Senior Organ Scholar: Alexander (Alex) Hall

Junior Organ Scholar: Matthew (Matt) Eldridge

Chapel Term Card

To find out about services and celebrations planned for Trinity Term 2024, please download the Chapel Term Card via the link below. 

You can also download the Readings and Music List for Trinity Term.

Photo of the LMH Chapel and some pink magnolia flowers with the text: Trinity Term 2024 Chapel Card
Transgender Pride Flag, LMH Chapel Logo and LGBTQ Flag