Services in termtime

You're always welcome to attend Chapel services, whether you're a student, Fellow or visitor, whatever your beliefs.

Lent Term 2023

Full details of chapel services and preachers can be found on the current music list and the Lent Term Card. The orders of service we use can be viewed by clicking on the links in the table below.

Sunday Eucharist is followed by a free brunch for those who attend in the Copper Kettle. Sunday Evensong is followed by drinks in the Senior Parlour to which all are welcome.

After Dinner Conversations - new this term!
Tuesday 24th January - Interpretation
Tuesday 7th February - Perception
Tuesday 7th March - Communication 

Open to all Caius students, these are interesting conversations (the kind of things we might have got involved in talking about over Formal, and carried on beyond Hall...). They will be led by a panel of around six speakers from different constituencies across the breadth of the College community, who will each bring a small contribution to present from their own discipline or passion on a common theme and with a variety of possible formats. Come to the Senior Parlour after Second Hall (about 8.20pm) for wine and cheese. Everyone is most welcome. This is wholeheartedly a community event!

Three services a week are sung by the College choir.

Day Service Time

Choral Evensong and Sermon

Monday  Morning Prayer  8.30am

Morning Prayer
Choral Evensong except 31 Jan & 28 Feb
Choral Compline 31 Jan & 28 Feb

Wednesday Morning Prayer 8.30am
Thursday Morning Prayer
Choral Eucharist
Friday  The Chapel is open for private prayer  

Requests for prayer may be made directly to the Acting Dean; or written in the intercessions book in the Acting Dean’s stall at the East (altar) end of the Chapel.

Common Worship and the Book of Common Prayer 1662 (& 1928) are the forms of service used.  All who usually receive the sacrament are welcome to receive it here, whether Anglican or not. Anyone who does not wish to take communion can come to the altar for a blessing. Members of College customarily wear gowns at evening services.