Services this term

Michaelmas Term 2017 

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 and Evening Prayer run by College Groups- locations advertised weekly

 

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:

8 Oct The Dean of Chapel
15 Oct Ms Sophie Schuil-Brewer, Ordinand, Queens' College
22 Oct Rt Rev'd Philip North CMP, The Bishop of Burnley
29 Oct Dr Charlie Bell, Bye Fellow of Murray Edwards College and Tutor, UCL
5 Nov Rt Rev'd Christopher Chessun, The Bishop of Southwark 
12 Nov The Dean of Chapel (Rememberance Day)
19 Nov Fr James Power, The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers and Vicar, St Mary's Harrow
26 Nov The Dean of Chapel

 

Special Services

3 Oct 5.45pm Matriculation Service
3 Nov 8.45pm Concert for All Souls, with Victoria Requiem
5 Nov 6.00pm Requiem Mass for All Souls with the Bishop of Southwark
12 Nov 10.55am Rememberance Day Service
19 Nov 6.00pm Choral Evensong for Advent
26 Nov 6.00pm Christmas Carol Service

 

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.