Services in College Chapel
| Church of Ireland
| Catholic | Presbyterian
& Methodist | Other Churches or Faiths
| Chapel Choir
All students and staff are warmly invited to take part in the various ecumenical
services which are arranged during the course of the academic year, including
the Opening of the Year Service, the Advent Carol Service, and the Trinity Monday
Service of Thanksgiving and Commemoration.
Special services may also take place in connection with a class or college society
group, in the week before examinations, and on other occasions.
you are most welcome to join us for the following:
in the style of Taizé each Mondays in term at 6.00pm in the Gallery Chapel.
morning prayer-time from 9.15 to 9.30am in the Gallery Chapel each week in
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of Ireland (During Lecture Term)
||10.45 am - Choral Eucharist
||9.15 am - Matins
||1.05 pm - Eucharist
(in the Gallery Chapel on Tuesdays)
||5.15 pm - Choral
Evensong (Thursdays only)
||9.15 am - Eucharist (in the
Term Card for Hilary Term 2013
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(During Lecture Term)
||12.15 pm College Chapel .(11.00am in Trinity Hall)
8.30 am (Gallery Chapel) & 1.05 pm
am, 10.05 am, 1.05 pm & 5.05 pm
There is no 8.30am Mass outside of lecture term. All Masses are
discontinued during Summer Holidays.
Sacrament of Reconciliation is available on request.
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Methodist & Presbyterian
Please check notice boards for announcements. The chaplain is happy to give
information about local congregations.
Churches or Faiths
Please see our resource page for further
There is a large and splendid Chapel Choir. Joining the
Choir is a very good way for new students to get to meet students
from other disciplines. It is both an educational and aesthetic experience.
Some previous choral experience is an advantage and some ability to
read music is essential but any member of College is welcome to apply
to sing in the Choir.
The Choir sings a wide variety of music from mediæval to modern
times. In addition to the regular choral services during each week
of lecture term and various special college and university services,
the Chapel Choir gives concerts and is broadcast regularly on both
RTE and BBC. Trips within Britain and Ireland are organized twice
yearly and more distant travels have included visits to New York,
Venice, Rome, Berlin, Vienna and Hong Kong. There is a very lively
social life attached to the choir! For further information on the
choir or to enquire about joining, please contact Margaret Bridge