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Unlock the treasures of England's heritage with Christianity and Culture's multimedia resources.

Using images, video, audio and short articles from hundreds of key authors, our resources provide a lively way to experience our heritage.

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Churches and cathedrals possess a rich heritage that can speak to us all.

Christianity & Culture helps institutions engage broader audiences by presenting accessible and innovative interpretation that respects its surroundings.

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Schools and universities

Christianity & Culture creates teaching resources suitable for primary school teaching through to university study.

Whether in the classroom or studying privately at home, our resources provide accessible ways to explore our heritage.

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Christianity & Culture drives initiatives that promote the care and good use of our churches.

From workshops on good practice to educational resources for clergy and wardens, we aim to help people engage with their churches and learn how to care for them.

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Welcome

The Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture is based at the University of York, UK.

We create interactive digital resources that explore England’s rich heritage and help organisations, including churches and cathedrals, engage with a wide range of audiences through innovative interpretation.

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A new phone app that provides an exploration of York's city-centre churches via interactive maps and panoramas.

Learn about the ongoing project at Holy Trinity Micklegate, York, which explores the medieval priory through 3D visualisation.

Christianity and Culture is embarking on a 3-year interpretation project at Worcester Cathedral.

The Spirit of Berkswell project brings together several varied and exciting elements of a Warwickshire village.

Products & Resources

A stunning new interactive DVD-ROM traces the development of England's cathedrals and religious houses.

Explore the history of the English parish church through images, video, audio and 3D models, alongside contributions from over 200 authors.

A highly visual, interactive resource that explores the theme of Pilgrimage through fields such as Literature, History, Art and Architecture.

Discover the wonders of medieval manuscript art, stained glass and sculpture with this interactive guide that details the stories of the Bible.

C&C News

"York: Fortification to Reformation" two-week course
Friday 7th February 2014

An intensive two-week interdisciplinary undergraduate course in the history of York from the Roman period to the 15th century is being offered this summer by Adrian College, Michigan in partnership with Christianity & Culture. Click to find out more...

"Defending the Faith" conference: a Call for Papers
Friday 8th November 2013

An interesting-sounding conference "Defending the Faith" is planned for Salisbury in September 2014 to celebrate the 450th anniversary of the publication of an English translation of John Jewel's 1562 Apologia Ecclesiae Anglicanae or "Apology for the Church of England" in 1564. More details from Angela Ranson at ransoang [at] gmail [dot] com or Sarah Bastow s [dot] l [dot] bastow [at] hud [dot] ac [dot] uk.. Deadline for proposals is 1st March 2014.

Top US author gives a glowing review of new resource!
Tuesday 5th November 2013

Top US historical fiction author Candace Robb (who also writes as Emma Campion) has given our new resource "English Cathedrals and Monasteries through the Centuries" a glowing review in her online blog. She has been exploring all the various sections but says "there is so much more, and I intend to take my time and relish it all."
See her complete review at http://ecampion.wordpress.com/.

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