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4 May 2015 (Monday), 10am – 3pm, Old Library of the University Church of St Mary (entrance via Radcliffe Square)

“From Constantinople to Canterbury: Anglican-Orthodox Encounters in the 19th and 20th Centuries”

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The conference explores Anglican-Orthodox encounters in the Holy Land and the Middle East, Orthodox Christian mission to Great Britain and contacts between the Church of England, the Patriarchate of Constantinople, the Russian and the Serbian Orthodox Churches in the 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as ecclesiastical and theological aspects of the Anglican-Orthodox dialogue in the 20th century.


Free admission. No registration required.


Dixon-2Professor Simon Dixon
(University College London)

Anglicanism and Russian Orthodoxy in the Nineteenth Century.



Smirnova_2Dr Irina Smirnova
(Institute of Russian History, Moscow)

The British and American Presence in the Holy Land and the Middle East in the mid-Nineteenth Century (Anglican-Orthodox Context).

Gerd-1Dr Lora Gerd
(St Petersburg Institute of History)

The Church of England and the Church of Constantinople under Patriarch Constantine V (1898–1901).

Mark Chapman Oct 2012The Rev Dr Mark Chapman
(University of Oxford)

The Church of England, Serbia and the Serbian Orthodox Church in the First World War.


 kiev_ceremonyThe Rev Canon Hugh Wybrew
(University of Oxford)

Anglican-Orthodox Theological Dialogue in the Twentieth Century.



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