Chapel and Choir

Chapel

 

The Chapel stands in First Court, at the heart of the college, as a place of worship, reflection and enquiry. It is also a focus for the college community, where all are welcome. The Chapel is open every day, for those seeking a time of quietness, or to pray.  

Christ's College has one of the finest mixed-voice choirs in Cambridge, and, during Term, the Choir enriches the worship of the Chapel by singing Evensong on Thursdays (6.45pm) and Sundays (6pm). Each Sunday Evensong, there is also a visiting guest preacher. Coming to Evensong is a wonderful way to hear the Choir, to explore the Christian faith, and to get to know a lively community of students, staff and Fellows. In addition, a weekly Holy Communion service takes place on Sunday mornings (9am), with a delicious breakfast served afterwards! 

There are plenty of other Chapel events as well, including special choral services and recitals, Chapel Dinners, and weekly meetings for those who would like to find out more about Christianity. The Chaplain, Dr Mark Smith, has rooms in Second Court (A2) and is available to speak to any member of the College, in confidence, on any matter. He maintains a fine supply of quality biscuits.  

For more information on Chapel life, you can click here for the Chapel Termcard; or email the Chaplain (mss53@cam.ac.uk).

You can also keep in touch with all the latest Chapel news through our pages on Facebook and Twitter

 

Regular services in Full Term

Sunday   

9.00 am

Holy Communion

6.00 pm

Choral Evensong

Thursday

6.45pm

Choral Evensong 

 

Use of Chapel Policy

The Chapel is used for a variety of services, including Choral Evensong on Sundays in Full Term, and weddings during the University vacation.  It is also used for musical events and rehearsals during term-time.  All services and events that use the Chapel space (including any visiting speakers or performers) are managed by the Chaplain, and subject to his approval (and to the approval of the Master, who is the Ordinary of the Chapel).

 

 

Picture credit: Chris Rowlands