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The Chapel exists for every member of Trinity Hall, and is available for private prayer, meditation, or just quietness and reflection any hour of the day or evening outside service times.

All members of Trinity Hall and their guests are very welcome to attend any of the services. Anyone who receives communion in their own church, whether they are Anglican or not, is invited to receive communion in Chapel. There is no dress code nor is it necessary to wear a gown.

We hope that you will come, and that you will find a friendly welcome, a prayerful atmosphere, good music, and stimulating preaching. Find out more about the services or the history of our Chapel below:



Services are broadly according to the rites of the Church of England, but all members of Trinity Hall and their guests are very welcome to attend any of the services.

Runcie Window at Trinity Hall

Chapel History

Though there is little to see of the original building, the chapel has seen almost continuous worship since the late 14th century.

Chapel Music

Chapel Music

The Chapel Choir and Organ Scholars, trained by the Director of Music, provide fine music for services throughout term time.

Chapel Information

Chapel Information

Find out more about the Dean and other Chapel related information.


The Acting Dean

Revd Roger Greeves
t: +44 1223 332548
e: rdg20@cam.ac.uk

Music Director

Andrew Arthur
t: +44 1223 332549
e: aa373@cam.ac.uk

Senior Organ Scholar

James Grimwood
e: jag217@cam.ac.uk


Arion Pons
e: adp53@cam.ac.uk

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