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'''St Ebbe's''' is a [[Church of England parish church]] in central [[Oxford]] which is in the [[Conservative Evangelicalism|conservative evangelical]] tradition. It has members from many nations, many of whom are students at [[Oxford University]]. The [[Rector#Ecclesiastical rectors|Rector]] is [[Vaughan Roberts]], author and conference speaker.
 
'''St Ebbe's''' is a [[Church of England parish church]] in central [[Oxford]] which is in the [[Conservative Evangelicalism|conservative evangelical]] tradition. It has members from many nations, many of whom are students at [[Oxford University]]. The [[Rector#Ecclesiastical rectors|Rector]] is [[Vaughan Roberts]], author and conference speaker.
   
The church holds Sunday morning and evening services both in central Oxford and in [[Headington]], and holds an additional morning service during Oxford University terms. The church also organises a range of small groups, meeting midweek, including a [[Christianity Explored]] group aimed at those wanting to find out what Christians believe.
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The church holds Sunday morning, afternoon and evening services both in central Oxford and in [[Headington]], and holds an additional morning service during Oxford University terms. The church also organises a range of small groups, meeting midweek, including a [[Christianity Explored]] group aimed at those wanting to find out what Christians believe.
   
The church stands on the site of one dedicated to St Æbbe before 1005. Most sources suggest that this was the [[Northumbria]]n [[Æbbe of Coldingham|St Æbbe of Coldingham]],<ref>{{cite book |title=[[The Encyclopaedia of Oxford]] | publisher=[[Macmillan Publishers|Macmillan]] |chapter=St Ebbe's Church | year=1988 | pages=387–388 | isbn=0-333-39917-X |editor-last=Hibbert |editor-first=Christopher |editor-link=Christopher Hibbert }}</ref> but it has been suggested that [[Æbbe of Oxford]] was a different saint. The name was first recorded in about 1005, when the church was granted to [[Eynsham Abbey]].<ref>[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22803 Victoria County History of Oxfordshire: Medieval Oxford].</ref>
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The church lies on the site of one dedicated to St Æbbe before 1004. Most sources suggest that this was the [[Northumbria]]n [[Æbbe of Coldingham|St Æbbe of Coldingham]],<ref>{{cite book |title=[[The Encyclopaedia of Oxford]] | publisher=[[Macmillan Publishers|Macmillan]] |chapter=St Ebbe's Church | year=1988 | pages=387–388 | isbn=0-333-39917-X |editor-last=Hibbert |editor-first=Christopher |editor-link=Christopher Hibbert }}</ref> but it has been suggested that [[Æbbe of Oxford]] was a different saint. The name was first recorded in about 1005, when the church was granted to [[Eynsham Abbey]].<ref>[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22803 Victoria County History of Oxfordshire: Medieval Oxford].</ref>
   
 
The present church was built in 1814–16. It was [[Victorian restoration|enlarged and improved]] in 1866 and 1904. A fine Norman doorway of the 12th century has been restored and placed at the west end.<ref>''Alden's Oxford Guide''. Oxford; Alden; 1958; p. 125.</ref> The church is a [[parish church]] for the parish of [[St Ebbes]], a portion of which was demolished to make way for the nearby [[Westgate Shopping Centre, Oxford|Westgate shopping centre]] in the 1970s. The church has a ministry amongst the remaining part of the parish, although most of its members live outside the parish.
 
The present church was built in 1814–16. It was [[Victorian restoration|enlarged and improved]] in 1866 and 1904. A fine Norman doorway of the 12th century has been restored and placed at the west end.<ref>''Alden's Oxford Guide''. Oxford; Alden; 1958; p. 125.</ref> The church is a [[parish church]] for the parish of [[St Ebbes]], a portion of which was demolished to make way for the nearby [[Westgate Shopping Centre, Oxford|Westgate shopping centre]] in the 1970s. The church has a ministry amongst the remaining part of the parish, although most of its members live outside the parish.
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