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Services & Speakers
There is a choral service every Sunday in chapel during Oxford Terms at 5.30pm, to which the public are very welcome. This is usually Evensong according to the practice of the Book of Common Prayer. Preachers are from various religious traditions and standpoints. In addition to Sundays, below, there is a Catholic Mass in Chapel on Friday 19th October, 2018 at 6pm.
Chapel Services, Hilary Term 2019
All Sunday Services take place at 5.30pm
1st Week, January 13th Speaker: The Rt Revd Jack Nicholls, DD, GKStJ, Prelate of Venerable Order of Saint John, formerly Bishop of Sheffield.
2nd Week, January 20th Speaker: Dr Patrick Houlihan, Senior Research Fellow, Pembroke College.
3rd Week, January 27th Speaker: The Revd Charles Cotton, formerly vicar of St James, Clapham.
4th Week, February 3rd Speaker: Sr Clare-Louise, SLG, Reverend Mother of the Community of the Sisters of the Love of God.
5th Week, February 10thInter-Collegiate Corporate Evensong, The University Church of St Mary the Virgin. Speaker: Francis Spufford, FRSL, author.
6th Week, February 17th Service led by Pembroke College Christian Union.
7th Week, February 24th Speaker: Fr Nicholas King, SJ. Assistant Catholic Chaplain, Fellow of Campion Hall.
8th Week, March 3rd Speaker: The Chaplain, Andrew Teal.
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Please ring the bell at the Porters’ Lodge if the door is not open to gain access to the college.
Drinks are served afterwards, to which all who come to chapel are very welcome.
For more information, or confidential counsel, please contact:
The Chaplain, Andrew Teal, on 07595 003189 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org