The Chapel at Churchill College
Sundays at 17.45
*April 30 Choral Evensong
Mental health: has Christianity anything to contribute? The Chaplain
May 7 Evening Prayer
“No more sea? Really?” The Chaplain
*May 14 Choral Evensong
Capitalism diminishes the credibility of God The Chaplain
May 21 Evening Service
Paul’s Jesus – promoted to glory The Chaplain
*May 28 Choral Evensong
Ecocide: a non-Christian view Dr Patrick Curry
June 4 Evening Service
1+1+1=1 The Rev’d Dr John Rawlinson
*June 11 Choral Eucharist
A sense of an ending (and a beginning) The Chaplain
June 18 Evening Service Without Hymns
(At services marked * the Inter Alios Choir of Churchill & Murray Edwards Colleges will sing.)
Our preachers this Easter term:
Dr Patrick Curry is Canadian-born but a long-term Londoner with an abiding interest in the philosophy of nature, especially ecological ethics and the environmental humanities. This is attended by an awareness of the sacred in or as nature, although he has shied away from any formal affiliations. (His longest relationship of this kind is with Buddhism.) His most recent book, “Art and Enchantment; How Wonder Works” was published in March by Routledge.
The Rev’d Dr John Rawlinson is the previous chaplain to the Chapel at Churchill College and needs no further introduction.
The Chapel at Churchill College is ecumenical and provides a locus for all Christian people in the College community. Any Christian group seeking a venue for prayer, Bible study or discussion, and other groups wishing to use the Chapel should approach Dr. Martyn Johnson or the Chaplain.
Please feel free to come to the Chapel at any time for private prayer and as a place for quite reflection. Baptisms, weddings, funerals and memorial services may be arranged by speaking to the Chaplain.
Chairman of Chapel Trustees: Dr Martyn Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org
Chaplain: Rev’d Nigel Cooper email@example.com