The Christian Heritage Centre at Stonyhurst
The recently opened Christian Heritage Centre at Stonyhurst provides facilities for education and study, for Christian leadership formation, and opportunities for religious retreat.
Housed in the beautifully-restored and renewed Old Mills at Stonyhurst, renamed Theodore House, the Christian Heritage Centre is intended to be a place of encounter and dialogue – a unique environment in which to draw on Britain and Stonyhurst’s unique Christian story.
The Christian Heritage Centre is an independent charity with its own Trustees. The founding Chairman of Trustees was Prof. the Lord Alton of Liverpool KCSG. The current Chairman is Dr Michael Hurley. The Royal Patrons are Lord and Lady Nicholas Windsor.
Theodore House is named after St Theodore of Tarsus, a 7th century Archbishop of Canterbury who worked for Christian unity within the British Isles. It has 39 beds, a library, two seminar rooms, a lecture theatre, and a refectory for the use of visitors, retreatants and scholars.
See the Christian Heritage Centre’s website for more information: