All Members of the College community, whatever their religious beliefs, are welcome at all Chapel services.
Members of the public are welcome at Sunday services and Choral Evensong on Thursdays.
Holy Communion, 9.00am
A short, informal celebration with hymns and sermon, followed by breakfast in Hall, 28 April - 16 June.
Choral Evensong, 6.00pm
A beautiful, traditional service of music from the Choir, with hymns, readings and a sermon, followed by refreshments.
Every weekday, 8.30am
Monday 22 April - Friday 14 June
20 minutes of quiet prayer with Scripture readings.
25 April - 13 June (except 9 May)
A service sung by the Choir, with hymns and readings.
Wednesday 1 and 15 May, 9.30pm
A short candle-lit service sung by the Choir, followed by port and hot chocolate in the MCR.
Time and Space
Wednesdays, 12.15pm - 12.45pm
Join others in keeping silence: drop in for stillness or to pray.
Friday 19 April, 9.30pm
A meditative service of Compline.
Easter Eve Fire and Vigil
Saturday 20 April, 8.30pm
An Easter fire in the Master’s Garden, vigil in Chapel, and Holy Communion, with St Clement’s.
Sunday 21 April,6pm
Wednesday 8 May, 6.15pm
Communion and Supper
Roman Catholic Mass
Tuesday 12 May, 6.30pm
Thursday 30 May, 8.30am
Choral Matins in the Master’s Garden
Baptism and Confirmation
Sunday 9 June,9am
In the Master’s Garden
Friday 28 June, 12.30pm
All are welcome to this service of farewell for those leaving.
Feast of St Mary Magdalene
Monday 22 July, 6.15pm
Evensong on Sundays
Sermons on the theme ‘Make belief: how to grow in faith’
The Chaplain, The Reverend Sarah Atkins
|Professor Nicholas Boyle FBA
Emeritus Fellow and Emeritus Schröder Professor of German
Love and Service
|Mrs Amanda Mukwashi
CEO of Christian Aid
|The Master, Dr Rowan Williams|
|The Reverend Michael Robinson (2005)
Assistant Curate, St Peter’s Walworth, London
|The Reverend Helen Orr (1990)
Pioneer Minister at Michaelhouse, Cambridge
|Vespers sung by the monks of Douai Abbey
The Reverend Tim Harling
Dean of Chapel, Queens’ College
|Commemoration of Benefactors|