Choral Evensong is held at 6pm on Sunday evenings during term time. Choral song is a beautiful, traditional service of music from the Choir, hymns, readings, and a sermon.
Preachers at Evensong on Sundays in Lent Term 2019
|13 October *||
The Chaplain, The Reverend Sarah Atkins
|20 October *||The Master, Dr Rowan Williams|
|27 October *||Dr Charles Moseley
Life Fellow, Hughes Hall
|Fr Chase Pepper csc
Chaplain at Fisher House
|Professor Michael Snape
Michael Ramsey Professor of Anglican Studies, Durham University
|17 November *||Dr Simone Kotva
Research Fellow, Emmanuel College; Affiliated Lecturer, Divinity
Christ the King
|The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle
Dean of Westminster Abbey; Chaplain then Dean of Chapel, 1988-95
|1 December||Advent Carols|
For the full list of Chapel Services see the Chapel Services webpage.
Faith in Magdalene
People of all faiths are invited to join together for a gathering to celebrate the variety of our traditions in College, Sunday 3 Nov., 3.30pm, in A6.
Homelessness in Cambridge
Hear more on Sunday 17 November at 9am Communion and over breakfast afterwards with the Revd Jon Canessa. To volunteer visit www.cchp.org.uk.
Take a break and join the Chaplain in the Bar for Pizza, Tuesday 22 Oct., 8pm.
Graduate Discussion Group
Fireside discussions on Monday nights, 7.30pm for 8pm, covering topics such as reconciliation, belonging, uncertainty.
A Good Read
Read ‘The Chosen’ by Chaim Potok this term and meet on Sunday 24 November at 3.30pm to discuss over refreshments. Collect a copy from Chapel.
24 Hours of Prayer
Monday 4 –Tues 5 Nov., from 8.30am. Drop in anytime. More details to follow.
Light a Candle
Step into Chapel on Sunday nights from 7.30pm to light a candle in peace.
Read the Bible with others in a relaxed, open group, whatever your perspective. Ask the Chaplain for more details.
Baptism and Confirmation
If you are interested in Baptism or Confirmation next term please speak to the Chaplain.
The Chaplain is available to offer a listening ear on any matter to any member of the College community, whatever their beliefs. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need an impartial, safe, supportive space, or would like to sit in C S Lewis’s chair in her office!
The Chaplain also supports people of any faith tradition. She will accompany anyone interested in the Christian faith, and is happy to hear from anyone who wants to be involved in Chapel. Requests for prayer may be made directly to the Chaplain.
The Reverend Sarah Atkins
Room: A6, First Court
T 01223 332129
T 01223 748872
The Chapel Community
The Chapel community brings together people of many perspectives, of all faiths and none. Everyone is welcome to services and events.
The Chaplain and Sacristans are happy to hear from students interested in being involved in services or in joining the Chapel Warden team.