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Chaplaincy at Canterbury Christ Church

Saying Good-Bye

Thoughts and reflections from the Dean Friday was a very strange day. It was a day in which the extraordinary – the last day on which the North Holmes Road Campus was open for the foreseeable future – was punctuated by the mundane: having may car serviced.   I drove straight to Barretts Honda, dropped the…
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Thoughts from the isolation sofa…………….

Ok I’ll admit it, I’m scared.  Both my wife and son have underlying medical conditions that places them in the higher risk category. My son is at school, travelling on public transport and to be honest due to his various conditions at times he is not the best role model for hand washing.  So yes,…
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Chaplaincy Update – Coronavirus

Dear Students (and staff), What a strange moment in history we are experiencing.  There are many unknowns at present and the situation, especially its effect on each of our universities at the Medway Campus, is changing day-by-day.  Here is some of my advice to you: 1. DON’T WORRY  …  I appreciate that might be easier…
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A Discovery of Life

Zoe’s Blog So, this week I had the chance to do the sermon or talk at my home church. I had two days to put it together and it went something like this: The Baptism of Christ So, it’s Monday afternoon. I’ve just sat one exam, been shopping for my best mates 21st, made a…
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Student Vlog

Introduction

Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity (Ps 133) One of the pleasures of being involved in HE chaplaincy is the joy, during term time at least, of living in community with one another. A way of being that has been at the heart of Christianity since…
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New Publications

New publications Gypsies & Travellers: A Teacher’s Guide AUTHOR BIO: Steven Horne is a University Lecturer in Primary Education, Theology, and Religious Studies, and the founder of ‘The Gypsy Education Network’. Alongside other positions, during the past 20 years Steven has worked with and taught young people and marginalised groups in various settings and countries. This has shaped…
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