Services this term

Lent Term 2018 

Weekly Chapel Services

Sunday 6.00pm-7.00pm  Choral Evensong followed by drinks with the Speaker
Monday 8.30am- 8.45am Morning Prayer
  5.30pm-6.00pm Rosary
  6.15pm-6.30pm Evening Prayer
Tuesday 8.30am-8.45am Morning Prayer
  6.00pm-6.45pm College Communion
Wednesday 8.30am-8.45am Morning Prayer
  6.15pm-6.45pm Choral Evensong 
Thursday 8.30am-8.45am Morning Prayer
  6.15pm-6.30pm Evening Prayer
Friday   Morning Prayer run by College Groups- locations advertised weekly
  9.45pm-10.15pm Choral Compline
Saturday 1.15pm-2.00pm Organ Recital


Sunday Evenings

This term's theme is the relationship between faith and money: how do we use both, how do they work together and against each other, what are we called to do and who are we called to be when managing our lives. Our preachers will all speak on this from their different perspectives. Please join us fo this term's lively discussions, and then after each Sunday evening service there is an opportunity for further debate over drinks with the preacher in the Old Senior Combination Room. 

The Speakers this term:

21 January The Dean of Chapel
28 January The Dean of Chapel
4 February Ordinand
11 February Ordinand
18 February Dr Paul Butler, Rector, St Paul's Church, Deptford 
25 February Rev'd Dr. Andrew Davison, Fellow, Corpus Christi College, and Starbridge Lecturer, University of Cambridge
4 March Dr Simon Ravenscroft, Research Associate, Von Hügel Institute, St Edmund's College
11 March The Dean of Chapel


Special Services

24 January 6.00pm Requiem Mass for Fr Brendan Bradshaw
2 February 9.45pm Compline for Presentation of Christ into the Temple
7 February 6.15pm Catholic Mass
11 February 6.00pm Communion Service
14 February 6.15pm Evensong with Commination Address
10 March 2.00pm Memorial Service for Fr Brendan Bradshaw


The Dean of Chapel is the Rev'd Tim Harling (tch42) who can be found in Cloister Court 2.

The Dean is available to talk to all students, confidentially, about any concerns they have. He is also available to enable and inform students about different faiths in college and across Cambridge.