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The Friends of Pusey House

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A New Organ for Pusey House.
We have been very fortunate to find a fine J. W. Walker organ from a church were it is no longer in use. Because this organ is in exceptionally good condition we will be able to refurbish and install it for a price tens of thousands lower than what one would otherwise expect. Acquiring this organ will enable us to restore to Temple Moore’s fine neo-gothic chapel another suitable instrument with a warm ringing tone and a wide variety of timbres ideally suited to the space.
We still need to raise £95,000 in order to complete the refurbishment and installation of this organ. It is our hope to be able to install the organ this August to be in place for the conclusion of our celebrations of the 100th anniversary year of the dedication of the chapel.
More information is available at www.puseyhouse.org.uk

Pusey House was established, in the words of Canon Liddon, to be ‘a home of sacred learning and a rallying point of the Christian faith’. We hope that the new organ will enrich our worship to the glory of God and in the service of the Church.
Pusey House offers a full round of daily worship, opportunities for engaging with the intellectual life of the University, and a hospitable and growing body of students and others actively nurturing vocations and lives of Christian discipleship.
The House has always been known for its lively presentation of the Catholic Faith as received by the Church of England. Drawing on this tradition, we seek to build a community where thoughtful and robust faith is nourished by rich worship so that those who find a home at Pusey House are formed in Christ for service in the Church and in the world.

Charity No: 247953

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