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Chapel - Quiet times

  • HOU-HOU/17-HOU/17/5-HOU/17/5/2-HOU/17/5/2/19
  • Item
  • 09/2021
  • Part of Houses

Information sheet detailing the times when pupils can go to the School Chapel for peace, quiet and prayer.

Oakham School

Service Books

  • CHA-CHA/1-CHA/1/2
  • Sub-Series
  • 1856 - 2008
  • Part of Chapel

This sub-series contains books used by pupils during services in chapel or books published by staff or Old Oakhamians and given to the school. A large part of this sub-series contains hymns books compiled by Rev T.C.H. Clare ('29).

The Church Of England

The Order for the Administration of the Lord's Supper

  • CHA-CHA/1-CHA/1/2-CHA/1/2/16
  • Item
  • N/D
  • Part of Chapel

A book for The Order for the Administration of The Lord's Supper or Holy Communion and other rites and ceremonies of the Church according to the use of the Church of England, together with the form or manner of making, ordaining and consecrating of Bishops, Priests and Deacons. This book was given to Oakham School in memory of Rev William Spicer Wood, Headmaster, from his family.

Cambridge University Press

The Prayer Book as proposed in 1928

  • CHA-CHA/1-CHA/1/2-CHA/1/2/15
  • Item
  • 1928
  • Part of Chapel

A small Book of Common Prayer stamped Oakham School Chapel Council, with the stamp in the front crossed out and signed 'This is no longer O.S.C.C,. property J.E.O.Lawson Head Sacristan', presented by O.O. David Clarkson ('64) in November 2017.

Oxford University Press

The Rectory Hymnal

  • CHA-CHA/1-CHA/1/2-CHA/1/2/2
  • Item
  • 1949
  • Part of Chapel

The Rectory Hymnal by O.O. Rev Thomas Charles Hunter Clare ('29).

Rev T.C.H. Clare

School Service Book

  • CHA-CHA/1-CHA/1/2-CHA/1/2/14
  • Item
  • 2008
  • Part of Chapel

A Service Book containing school services, hymns, prayers and psalms, used by the pupils in the Chapel.

Oakham School