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.
Michaelmas Term 2018
- 9am Eucharist (Holy Communion), followed by breakfast
- 6pm Choral Evensong, followed by drinks in Room C3
- 8.30-8.45am The chapel is set aside for morning prayer each day of the week
Preachers this term
Peter Williams has been Principal of Tyndale House, the Cambridge centre for biblical scholarship, since 2007. He taught previously at Aberdeen University.
George Newlands is a former Dean of Trinity Hall and regularly attends the Trinity Hall Chapel.
Steve Rothwell is half-time priest in charge of St James’ in Cambridge and Associate Tutor with the Easter Region Ministry Course, where he teaches modules on Ethics, Spirituality and Pastoral Care. He has worked as a vicar in Ely Diocese since ordination in 2002 serving in both rural and urban contexts. He loves literature and music, and having grown up in London, is still under the influence of post-punk culture.
Janine Arnott is a second year ordinand training for ministry in the Church of England at Ridley Hall and Trinity Hall and has been on attachment to the College Chapel since October, 2017.
David Clough is Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Chester, has just finished a term as President of the Society for the Study of Christian Ethics, and is a Methodist lay preacher. He co-wrote Faith and Force: A Christian Debate about War (2007), debating just war and pacifism in a 21st century context, and has recently completed the landmark two-volume monograph On Animals (2012, 2018), on the place of animals in Christian theology and ethics.
Rob McDonald is Academic Dean and Tutor in Christian Doctrine at Ridley Hall, an Anglican theological college that prepares people for many different ministries in the wider church. Rob read theology at Cambridge while training for ordination, completing his PhD on Karl Barth’s pneumatology, a feat that has left him with an abiding interest in trinitarian theology in general and the Holy Spirit in particular.