Attending Chapel Services
The Chapel is currently closed. You can listen to daily broadcasts of choral services from King's on the King's webcast player.
King's College Chapel is a place of daily worship during term time as well as at Christmas and Easter. The College warmly invites and welcomes all who wish to join us as our guests for services. As a College Chapel what we do does not conform to the model of a parish church or even a cathedral. The information here is intended to help people form appropriate expectations of what they will experience and plan their visit.
A very wide range of people come to services: some are local and attend regularly, and most days there are many who are visiting us from afar, and who will only ever be here once. Some are devout Christians, some members of others faiths, some agnostic and some atheists. All are welcome. None is coerced to joining in with anything they find uncomfortable, but we do ask people to sit and stand together as far as physical constraints allow, to stay for the whole service and to respect the needs to those who are worshipping.
Our primary concern as a College is for the health and safety of those who attend services, and that we conduct services in ways that are appropriately dignified, so that people who attend can have some time out from the pressures of everyday life, and engage in the worship of God and the appreciation of the building and music in an unhurried way that brings them personal peace and refreshment. We understand that some people who wish to share in our services will have special needs, and while we will always do everything possible to help all those who present themselves for services, we warmly invite those who have special needs to be in touch with us in advance, so that we can do all we can to prepare for their visit.
The Reverend Dr Stephen Cherry Dean of Chapel