Chapel is a lively meeting point within College, intersecting faith, academic study and artistic pursuit, and bringing together members of all three common rooms. There is good opportunity within the life of the Chapel to explore faith and spirituality through music and the arts. Each term the Chapel programme includes a combination of creative worship, art exhibitions, concerts and speaker events.
For more information, including our term card and service times, visit our website: Regent’s Chaplaincy
The Chapel prepared for Compline (Benedictine Evening Prayer on Tuesdays at 9pm).
Chaplaincy Dinner, with guest speakers Professor Paul Fiddes and Dr Suke Wolton.
Performance of the Stabat Mater, by G. B. Pergolesi (1710-1736).