Podcasts for Hilary Term 2021

Week 1
Address:  the Chaplain
Service of Readings and Music for Epiphany  

Week 2
Address:  Avril Baigent, Chapel Homilist
Eve of the Feast of the Conversion of St Paul 

Week 3
Address: the Revd Stephen McCarthy, Chapel Homilist
Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord in the Temple ('Candlemas')

Week 4
Address:  the Revd Canon Dr Sam Wells, Vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields, London
Annual Intercollegiate Service with University Sermon at the University Church of St Mary the Virgin

Week 5
Address: the President
Sunday next before Lent (Quinquagesima)

Address: the Chaplain
Ash Wednesday

Week 6
Address: the Revd Stephen McCarthy, Chapel Homilist
First Sunday in Lent

Week 7
Address: Professor Helen King, Chapel Homilist

Commemoration of Benefactors

Service of Compline known as the 'Night Office'
Compline from Corpus Chapel

Week 8
Address: the Chaplain

Music and Readings on the Passion of Christ 

Podcasts for Michaelmas Term 2020

Week 1
Address:  the Chaplain
Trinity 18 2020 Oct 11 

Week 2
Address:  the Chaplain
Feast of St Luke 2020 Oct 18

Week 3
Address:  Avril Baigent, Chapel Homilist
Last Sunday after Trinity 2020 Oct 25

Week 4
Address:  the President
Corpus Chapel All Saints Sunday 

Address:  the Revd Stephen McCarthy, Chapel Homilist
Vespers for All Souls 

Week 5
Address:  the Chaplain
Remembrance Sunday 2020 Corpus Chapel 

Week 6
Address: Avril Baigent

2nd Sunday before Advent 2020 

Week 7
Address:  the Revd Stephen McCarthy, Chapel Homilist 
Christ the King Sunday 2020 

Week 8
Address:  the Chaplain
Service of Music and Readings for Advent and Christmas 
Order of Service

Sung Services

Music plays a large part in our worship, drawing upon the rich tradition of sacred music from across the centuries to praise God and deepen our sense of his loving presence. Services include a sermon which shares and explores the meaning of the Good News of Christ, and we welcome visiting preachers to represent an ecumenical range of Christian denominations and theological traditions.

Evensong

This is a service of the Word, drawing profoundly on the Bible. There is always a Psalm, two Bible readings (one each from the Old and New Testaments) and two ‘canticles' (songs) from the Gospel of Luke, known as the Magnificat and the Nunc Dimittis (Luke 1.46-55 and 2.29-32). We offer prayers for the needs of the world.

Sung Eucharist

This is also known as Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper or the Mass. It is service of Word and Sacrament, again profoundly rooted in the Scriptures.

If you are baptised or have communicant status in your own denomination, you’re welcome to receive Holy Communion.

Weekday Services

During the week there are occasional informal said services of Holy Communion at lunchtime, followed by sandwiches in the Chaplain's room. Compline (the ‘Night Office’) is sung a few times a term, followed by hot chocolate and cake.

Chapel Service Times

To find out when services take place, please look at the Chapel Term Card.