Cambridge - Robinson College
Monday - Saturday 10.00-18.00, Sunday 14.00-18.00
|Sunday||Evening Worship 18.00|
|Tuesday||Choral Evensong 18.30|
The college choir is a mixed voice choir of about 30 members, directed by the two organ scholars, who sing two servcies a week. They also sing services at cathedrals and tour abroad from time to time.
The Revd Dr Maggi Dawn (since 2003)
The Chapel is the only non-denominational chapel in the university and boasts two Piper widows as well as a Frobenius organ. The college was founded in 1981 by Sir David Robinson. The buildings were designed by the Glasgow firm of Gillespie, Kidd & Coia who planned the college around the original gardens of ten properties. The modern brick building, which houses most of the college, therefore sits within the preserved gardens that maintain much of the original planting of their owners: magnificnet mature trees, yew hedges, herbaceous borders, bulbs, aquilega as well as a new wild woodland water garden at the centre of the site.
FCM at Cambridge
FCM Diocesan Representative
Thomas Neal (Clare College)