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.

The Chapel is open for visitors, and a Chapel Guide is available at the Chapel entrance.

What's on in Chapel

A Memorial Service for Mr John Grieve Smith (Senior Bursar 1982-1995) will be held in the Chapel on Saturday 28th October, 2.00pm, followed by refreshments in the Dining Hall.

The Commemoration of Benefactors Service will be held on Sunday 5th November at 5.30pm, followed by refreshments in the Dining Hall.

The Advent Carol Service will be held on Sunday 26th November at 4pm, and is followed by tea and cake in the Dining Hall.

Regular Chapel Services take place on Sundays and Tuesdays in Term and on special feast days. (Robinson College Chapel is interdenominational. Everyone is welcome to attend our services and to take Communion if they wish.)

Sunday 8.15am Holy Communion A short, meditative celebration of Communion, lasting approx. 15 minutes. Followed by 9.30am Breakfast in J8 for anyone going on to Chapel, or to Church in town

Sunday 10:30 Bible study

Sunday 6.00pm EVENING SERVICE with music by the Chapel Choir, and usually with an address. See this website or the term card for full details. The Evening Service lasts approx. 50 minutes.

Tuesday 6.30pm CHORAL EVENSONG A traditional service of Evensong, sung by the Chapel Choir. The service lasts approx. 30-35 minutes.