Hilary Term 2021

The Revd Andrew Foreshew-Cain is the Chaplain here at LMH.  He is also Acting Head of Welfare in the college and can be contacted about any aspect of pastoral care or welfare for staff or student.  He is very happy to meet with students to listen in confidence, to offer support and guidance and can help direct you to more specialist sources of support if needed. 

Email: chaplain@lmh.ox.ac.uk

Each week in full term this Hilary we will be joining in prayer every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 9pm using the ancient service of Compline (a short service of prayer and silence) on Zoom at 9pm to which students and staff are warmly invited.  The link is here and the passcode is 539282.  We use the traditional form of Compline that can be found in the Church of England App called Daily Prayer or via the Church of England website

During Hilary term there will be no services in Chapel on a Sunday evening but the choir will be working on a weekly short broadcast of words and music that will be available here and via email to the community.

Fr Andrew will also be saying Mass every Sunday morning at 9.30am on Zoom and you are warmly invited to join him, and a small congregation of people from his local village in the service of Holy Communion.  If you wanted to prepare a small piece of bread and a sip of wine for the service then you are invited to do so.  The link for the service is here  and the passcode is 880963. The service sheet will be available here.

You may also want to join in Sunday morning worship remotely at one of the Oxford city churches or your home parish.

St Mary’s University Church
St Andrew’s Lynton Road
St Aldates
St Mary Magdalene – services continue in person - Sunday Masses: 8am and 10.30am. Please email the office to book a place at Sunday services by midday on Thursday. Email: admin@stmarymagdalenoxford.org.uk
St Giles

The Oxford University Catholic Chaplaincy is livestreaming Masses from the Chaplaincy on Sundays at 11.00am and 8.00pm and Monday-Saturday at 6.00pm: see the Chaplaincy’s website.

For those still in college - the Chapel is in the Deneke set of buildings, and is open to all members of college as a place of silence and prayer, for meditation or just to sit in peace for a few minute.  There is a prayer board and a place to light candles for the people you love and for yourself.  There is also a piano that you may play, but please clean the keys with the cloths provided before and after use. Please observe the Covid directions that can be read at the entrance to the Chapel. 

Currently the Chapel is only open for individual prayer in line with the new national restrictions.

LMH Community Prayer Board

This is a space to put down your own prayers, spiritual thoughts, poems and messages that reflect your feelings and those who are on your heart and mind through this term. You don't have to be Christian to post here and you don't have to be religious.

LMH Community Prayer Board

Moments of Prayer

Moments of Prayer are self-led services, which you can do at any time of day, though it is meant for last thing at night before you sleep.  You are invited to join in the prayers, listen to the music and take a moment or two for your faith at the end of another busy day.

Moments of Prayer:

26th May (5th Week)
2nd June (6th Week)
8th June (7th Week)
15th June (8th Week)

Moments of Silence

Moments of Silence is an opportunity to experience meditation.  These short 10 minute meditations are non-religious, open to all and offer a chance to simply be.

Moments of Silence:

Moments of Silence 1

Moments of Silence 2

Moments of Silence 3

Moments of Silence 4

A photograph of the LMH Chapel from the pews