Thursday, September 12, 2013

The Chapel at St. Edmunds Hall, Oxford

The Chapel at St. Edmunds Hall (Oxford) was built by Stephen Penton in the late 17th century. It is famous for the painting ‘Supper at Emmaus’ by Ceri Richards that hangs over the altar and is also well known for the stained-glass window on the east side that was reconstructed by William Morris and Edward-Burne Jones. The organ was built by Wood of Huddersfield in the 1980s.






During conferences, it is the place where faithful are able to celebrate the Divine Liturgy, Morning and Evening Prayers, whilst also being one of the key attractions within St. Edmund’s Hall. 




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