There is a sung evensong service every Sunday throughout the year at 4.00pm in the chapel with a choral Communion generally on the first Sunday of each month. Music is a major feature of the unique liturgy used, with renaissance to twenty-first century choral repertoire, and a wide range of traditional hymnody and psalms.
All are welcome at these ecumenical services. The chapel is dedicated to the memory of Robin Tudsbery who died tragically at the end of the Second World War, and his parents’ wish was that all will be welcome in the chapel no matter from where they came.
Guest preachers are a feature to ensure every branch of the Christian church has a place here, and this tradition continues to the present day with the Chaplain usually taking two of the services in a month and invited preachers the other Sundays. A list of preachers is available on this web site.
For the current music list, see the Music page of this site, and click here to see past music lists, carol services and other archived service orders.
Special services are arranged to link with the main Christian festivals throughout the year, but also to commemorate significant events in Robin Tudsbery’s life. At these times the original Order of Service (from the 1950s) is used.