Formation through Worship

Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly; teach and admonish one another in all wisdom; and with gratitude in your hearts sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to God.

Colossians 3.16

liturgyWorship is a key part of our formation, as individuals and as a community. Every Thursday, we gather to hear God's Word and celebrate around his table. Each weekday morning we meet in chapel for Morning Prayer or in small fellowship groups. In addition to the weekly Thursday College Communion, there is optional worship on other weekday evenings in a variety of styles. 

Staff, students and spouses work together to plan and prepare, enabling different gifts to be discovered and nurtured. Our desire is to encounter God in worship together so that we may be transformed into the likeness of Christ, each of us more fully ourselves as we learn to live and worship in community.

Every two weeks members of the Cambridge Theological Federation meet together for an ecumenical service led in turn by each of the member houses. Federation worship services give  students the valuable opportunity to experience worship within different traditions and at the same time deepen their understanding and appreciation of their own.

all-age-worship

Formation through Worship

Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly; teach and admonish one another in all wisdom; and with gratitude in your hearts sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to God.

Colossians 3.16

liturgyWorship is a key part of our formation, as individuals and as a community. Every Thursday, we gather to hear God's Word and celebrate around his table. Each weekday morning we meet in chapel for Morning Prayer or in small fellowship groups. In addition to the weekly Thursday College Communion, there is optional worship on other weekday evenings in a variety of styles. 

Staff, students and spouses work together to plan and prepare, enabling different gifts to be discovered and nurtured. Our desire is to encounter God in worship together so that we may be transformed into the likeness of Christ, each of us more fully ourselves as we learn to live and worship in community.

Every two weeks members of the Cambridge Theological Federation meet together for an ecumenical service led in turn by each of the member houses. Federation worship services give  students the valuable opportunity to experience worship within different traditions and at the same time deepen their understanding and appreciation of their own.

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