There has been a chapel at the Queen’s College since 1382: the present chapel was consecrated in 1719. It is there for everyone – of any faith or none. We hope that it will be a place where questions may be explored thoughtfully, honestly and with mutual respect; and where spirituality may be explored traditionally, creatively and with beauty.
The Chaplain is Revd Dr Michael Lloyd. Michael studied English at Downing College, Cambridge, Theology at St. John’s College, Durham, and did his doctorate, on the problem of evil, at Worcester College, Oxford. He has been a College Chaplain at Christ’s and Fitzwilliam Colleges in Cambridge, and remains a lecturer at St. Mellitus’ College in London. He is the author of Café Theology, a popular-level romp through the whole of Christian theology. He is currently working on an academic book on the problem of evil. He is passionate about all forms of drama – especially puppetry and the operas of Handel, all forty of which he is trying to see on stage. He may be contacted on email@example.com.