The striking Chapel, one of the largest in Cambridge, was designed as part of the main College buildings by Gillespie, Kidd and Coia, and was featured in their recent retrospective. The Chapel has two outstanding stained glass windows by John Piper.

The Chapel also houses a world renowned Frobenius organ, a harpsichord by David Rubio and a Steinway piano.

We are sorry to announce that until further notice, the Chapel is closed to visitors due to Covid-19.

What's on in Chapel

 

Chapel Interviews - Michaelmas 2020 

The Fall of the Temple

Watch online  (published 5pm every Friday)

 

4th October - Rabbi David Rosen - The History of the Temple

11th October - CeLillianne Green - Poetry and the Other

18th October - Prof. Dame Mary Beard - Temples and Temple Cults in the Ancient Mediterranean World

25th October - Prof Brian Brock - Jesus and Disability

1st November - Bishop Stephen Conway - Commemoration of Benefactors

8th November - Eric Cook and Norman Summers - Conscientious Objection and Conflict in WW2

15th November - Miriam Margolyes - Literature, Politics and People

22nd November - Prof. Lord Martin Rees - On The Future

29th November - Prof Morna Hooker - Advent Carols

 

It is with regret that until further notice all events booked to take place in Chapel are cancelled, including all Chapel services, concerts and rehearsals.