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College Contemplations

It is with great delight that we can continue to offer occasional College Chapel Contemplations that will be spaced out over the remainder of the academic year to mark specific events that are taking place in College and involving College pupils. Each Contemplation will be advertised in advance and will be released on the chosen Sunday evening at 6pm.

It is our hope that these short contemplations from Christ's Chapel, Dulwich, based around spoken word reflections and the beauty of choral music sung by members of our Chapel Choir, will afford you opportunity for inspiration and encouragement.

Your thoughts and comments would be warmly received; do email the College Chaplain, Revd. Tim Buckler at

Sunday 27 February, 6pm

Inspired by our third annual DC IAM month, we are delighted to release a new Contemplation this coming Sunday, 27 February. Brooke Storey (Year 12) reflects on the different elements that contributed to the success of this year's DC IAM and reminds us of the key messages of tolerance, inclusion, and compassion. Nikolas Vrahimis sings Edmund Rubbra's: Rune of Hospitality Op.15 and Miss Lucy Morrell plays Henry Coleman's Prelude and Eric H. Thiman's Eight Interludes, Set II: No.1.

Sunday 6 February, 6pm

We are delighted to release the first of our Lent Term Contemplations this coming Sunday, 6 February. Revd Buckler has the pleasure of interviewing three of our year 7 pupils: Sam Cowell, Taylor Lai and Ifan Eze who reflect on their recent visit to Birmingham to take part in the Echo Eternal Horizons Festival 2022. Thirty of our Year 7 and 8 pupils joined with many pupils from other schools to mark Holocaust Memorial day and play their part in ensuring that the testimonies of survivors are kept very much alive. 

Brooke Storey  (Year 12) sings Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem: Libera Me and Miss Lucy Morrell plays Sir Hubert Parry 's Eventide and John Williams' Schindler's List: Theme

Please visit the full recording of the deeply moving Echo Eternal Horizons Festival 2022 production in Birmingham Town Hall. 

Listen to the audio recording of the song Weep no More.

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