Joe Woodman, Tim Parker, Immy Osborne, Molly McRae: We are the college Chapel Clerks who give Megan a hand in setting up for Sunday evensong and Thursday Communion. We organise people to do readings and intercessions, and we also help to set up other events such as Agape, a termly get-together where we meet in one of the college flats for a meal and communion. Ben sends out the weekly chapel email letting you know what’s going on each week – you can sign up at the college Freshers’ Fair or by emailing him. If you’d like to get involved in any way then feel free to stop and chat to one of us, or send us an email
Anna: (Prayer Rep) We, as a Chapel and CU community in College, meet together at 5:30pm every Friday afternoon in the Chapel, to which anybody is welcome. And the Chapel is open for prayer every morning from 8am if you would like to extend your personal devotion together with others. See Luke 18v1-8
John Le Moignan, Anton Blackburn: Keepers of Sherry have the crucially important task of ensuring that those who attend Evensong at Jesus College are suitably refreshed with a glass of quality fino, cream or amontillado sherry. Such a responsibility naturally entails the careful preparation of other beverages including fruit squashes and varieties of water. In this capacity, the Keepers of the Sherry are required to liaise with the Chaplain and Chapel Clerks.
Ruby Turner, Josh Venables: CU Rep. Read more about the Christian Union here.
Edward Buxton: The Senior Organ Scholar, in charge of leading the choir to sing together and in tune, as well as playing some magnificent anthems on the organ. (However Ed is currently out of residence until MT19)
Lucia Svecova: Our lovely, Junior Organ Scholar, who both accompanies and conducts.
Jack Colley: Assistant Organist
Tom Nicholas: Assistant Conductor
Tim Brown: Friday@1 Concerts
Spencer Klavan: Scriptural Reasoning
Seb Hatt: Chapel Publicity
Lynne Ye Evans, James Cashman: The Choir’s Social and Hospitality Secretaries, in charge of organising all kinds of choir social activities, which may drinking wine and eating lots of cheese.
Rasa Giniutaite: Roman Catholic Chaplaincy
TBA: Interfaith rep
Barnaby Merriman: Young Organ Scholar
Olivia Nyagua, Else Rea: Young Music Scholars
Un-Apologetics has replaced Theologians Anonymous, and is organised by Craig Philbrick and Laura Ward (ordinand on placement).