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  1. Christ Church sits in approximately 175 acres (71 hectares) of land. This includes the Christ Church Meadow (including Merton Field and Boathouse Island), which is open to the public all year round.

  2. Christ Church Downtown – 8:30 & 10:30am at Chalmers Hall (417 S. Jackson St.) Christ Church Troy – 9am at 525 S. Main St. in Troy. Special note: If you’re attending Christ Church in Moscow and are not receiving the emails from the office or Pastor Doug, please email office@christkirk.com and we’ll set up a profile for you in our church management system (CCB).

  3. A message from Christ Church. With Oxford’s busy town centre on one side, and the peaceful, green spaces of Christ Church Meadow on the other, Christ Church is a vibrant and diverse academic community where over six hundred undergraduate and graduate students explore a wide range of subjects.

  4. Christ Church had formal precedence, as the mother and senior cathedral of the diocese; Christ Church was to retain the cross, mitre and ring of each deceased Archbishop of Dublin; Deceased Archbishops of Dublin were to be buried alternately in each of the two cathedrals unless they personally willed otherwise

  5. The parish of Christ Church is one of eleven historic political divisions of Barbados. It has a land area of 57 km 2 (22 sq mi) and is found at the southern end of the island. Christ Church has survived by name as one of the original six parishes created in 1629 by Governor Sir William Tufton .

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    Plan Your Visit. Christ Church and the Burial Ground are open for visitation every day 11AM to 5PM. Details and hours here.. Worship With Us. Join in-person worship Sundays at 10 a.m., or via livestream, Facebook or YouTube.

  7. Christ Church is an Episcopal church located at 118 North Washington Street, with an entrance at 141 North Columbus Street, in Alexandria, Virginia. Constructed as the main church in the Church of England's Fairfax Parish, the building was designed by Col. James Wren, a descendant of Sir Christopher Wren .

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