This Christmas the University is holding a carol service for staff at 3.30pm on Wednesday 19 December. The service will take place at Great St Mary's, The University Church, which is at the north end of King's Parade, facing the University's Senate House and overlooking the Market Square.

Revd Barbara Moss, Chaplain at Great St Mary's, says:
"This is a carol service for people in the university who enjoy singing carols at Christmas and would like to come to sing them with their friends. It's also for those who may not have been to church for many years, or may have grown up in a different tradition, but would like to make an informal English carol service part of their experience of Christmas.

"Last year we held our first staff carol service in response to requests from members of staff and it was a great success. It will be a fairly traditional service - the Vice-Chancellor will read one of the lessons, and Dr Louise Pirouet, a former member of staff at Homerton College, will read a short reflection on the story of the holy family seeking room at the inn in the light of the difficulties faced by refugees and asylum seekers in this country."

The service is open to all university and college staff and their friends.

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