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Chapel Services
Take time to pause at the end of the working day, and find peace in the beauty of holiness.
Chapel services resume in Trinity Term 2021

Please see below for the schedule of services and this term's programme of guest preachers. The music list for the term can be found on the choir website.

Unfortunately, services are not currently open to members of the public or guests from other colleges.

Services this term
Regular services

Mon – Fri, 9.15am: Morning Prayer by MS Teams

Sunday 9.30 am: Holy Communion in person and by MS Teams

Sunday 6.15 pm: Choral Evensong with Sermon. Open to members of the College, and livestreamed for those unable to attend.

Wednesday & Friday 6.30 pm: Choral Evensong. Online only.

Links for MS Teams and livestreamed worship will be circulated to College members only by email.

Special services

Thursday 13 May, 8 am: Ascension Day singing in Back Quad, followed by breakfast

Sunday 23 May, 6.15 pm: Choral Eucharist for the Feast of Pentecost, open to members of the College (no morning service on this day)

Wednesday 2 June, 6.00 pm: Mass with the Catholic Chaplaincy open to members of the College only. This service will also be made available online (details tbc).

Wednesday 16 June, 6.15 pm. Leavers' Service, open to members of the College. A booking system may apply.


Guest Preachers for Sunday Evensong
Third Week, 9 May: Florence Gildea for Mental Health Awareness Week

"Whether I shaped my lifestyle around being a model Christian or just model-thin, I was ultimately trying to make myself lovable." So writes Christian writer Florence Gildea on her struggle with anorexia and perfectionism before and during her time as a student at Cambridge. Her book Lessons I have unlearned is due out in June 2021.


Fourth Week, 16 May: the Revd Jarel Robinson-Brown

Jarel Robinson-Brown is a chaplain at King's College London, vice-chair of the Christian LGBT+ organisation One Body One Faith, and author of the forthcoming Black, Gay, British, Christian, Queer.


Sixth Week, 30 May: the Rt Revd Prof N T Wright University Sermon for Trinity Sunday

Formerly Bishop of Durham, Tom Wright is one of today's foremost New Testament scholars, and a prolific writer both for an academic and a general audience.


Seventh Week, 6 June: the Revd Fergus Butler-Gallie

Fergus Butler-Gallie describes himself on Twitter as "writer, clergyman and fool." His latest book, Priests de la Resistance! tells the story of fifteen clergy who resisted fascism in the twentieth century.