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One of the oldest churches in the city. This church was one of the initial edifice of the university and was used or conduct lectures, until it it was shifted to other building and then became solely a place of worship.
It houses a beautiful...More
I visited here whilst in Oxford again. It is a fine church with much to see. However, I did feel uncomfortable because a service was under way and often in churches non-praying visitors are not welcome during services.
Entry into the main body of the church is free, and it's a lovely little church, where you can sit down for reflection or listen to a sermon if there is one happening.
If you'd like to go up the 13th Century tower of the...More
I’d recommend stopping by this Church when visiting Oxford. You can climb to the top of the Church tower for 4 pounds up a narrow twisting stone staircase which leads you to the top in just over 100 steps.
From the top there is a...More
My visit to this church was triggered by my interest in John Henry Newman who served here from 1828. There is a list of clergy who have served here dating back to 1204 on one of the walls. The stained glass windows were amazing. It...More