College Chapel

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Christ's College Chapel Choir
... Christ's College Chapel Choir is a mixed-voice ensemble based at Christ's College, Cambridge, England ... as it has always been, to sing services in the College Chapel ... generally, the Choir makes an important contribution to the life of the College, singing at feasts, weddings, memorial services and other occasions ...
St John's College, University Of Sydney - Student Life - Chapel
... The St John's College chapel was completed in 1863 in the Gothic Revival style as part of the northern wing and longitudinal arm of the college ... The Chapel is actively used as a place of worship and also for some weddings, concerts and other college events ... Catholic Mass is celebrated in the College Chapel weekly on Sundays at 530pm during the academic year, and on other important liturgical occasions ...
St Salvator's College, St Andrews - History
... St Salvator's College was founded in 1450 by Bishop James Kennedy ... King James II of Scotland provided an endowment at the college's foundation and several of the original medieval buildings survive, including the college chapel, tower, tenement building (adj ... Protestant martyr, Patrick Hamilton, was burned alive outside the college, though Patrick himself was a member of St Leonard's college ...
St John Rigby College (Wigan) - Campus - College Chapel
... As a Roman Catholic school, students can visit the newly built College Chapel, which is available at any time of the day as a place of prayer, reflection or ... The college Chaplaincy team currently runs a Fairtrade store which is open to all students and staff ...

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