Cambridge - Queens' College
Term time: 13.45 - 16.30, Out of term: 10.00(or 11.00) - 16.30, closed during examinations
|Sunday||Choral Evensong 17.45|
|Wednesday||Choral Evensong 18.30|
Entrance: Entrance fee £1.50, enter via Queens Gate
Porters' Lodge 01223 335500
Directon of Music in Chapel
Sam Hayes (since )
The Chapel Choir is a mixed voices choir recruited from across the university. The two organ scholars are responsible for directing the choir. The choir gives regular concerts, sings services in cathedrals and tours abroad.
The Dean and Chaplain
The Very Revd Chris Whittal (since )
The College was founded by Queen Margaret of Anjou in 1448, which saw the building of the Old Court, Chapel and Riverside Buildings. Other buildings followed in time: Pump Court in 1564, Walnut Tree Building in 1616 and a restoration of the Chapel in 1661. This building was restored again in 1861 by G F Bodley before being replaced completely by a new Chapel in 1891. The main college site sits across the River Cam, the two halves being joined by the famous Mathematical, or Wooden, Bridge.
FCM at Cambridge
FCM Diocesan Representative
Thomas Neal (Clare College)