Wolfson has a team of ecumenical chaplains, who are on hand to provide a listening ear and support to College members on request.
The Revd Canon Dr Maggie Guite (Anglican Chaplain)
The Revd Canon Maggie Guite is honorary Anglican (Episcopalian) chaplain to Wolfson. She comes in to meals once or twice a week, and always enjoys meeting members of the college. She is priest at St Mark's Church (next door to the Red Bull pub) on Barton Road. Wolfson students of any denomination are very welcome to worship at the church, whose main service on a Sunday is at 10.00am. Students with very young children are also welcome to bring them to the friendly St Mark's parent and toddler group, meeting in the community centre behind the church on Mondays and Thursdays during (school) term-time, from 9.30 to 11.00am. If any member of the college, or members of their families, would like to contact her on any matter (spiritual or otherwise) she will be very happy to help.
Email: margaret.guite @ ntlworld.com
Tel.: 01223 327621
The Revd Dr Tim Macquiban (Methodist Chaplain)
The Revd Dr Tim Macquiban is honorary Free Church chaplain to Wolfson and chaplain to Methodist students in the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University. He comes in to meals a couple of times a week, and enjoys meeting members of the college. He is minister of Wesley Methodist Church on Christ’s Pieces, where Wolfson students are very welcome to worship. Our main Sunday service is at 10.30am. There is a crèche for very young children and Young Church for older children. Methsoc meets after church every Sunday for discussion and lunch.
Email: minister @ wesleycam.org.uk
Tel: 01223 352324
The Revd Dr Geoffrey Cook (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
The Revd Dr Geoffrey Cook is honorary Roman Catholic chaplain to Wolfson. Life Fellow and former Vice-Master of St Edmund's College, he was ordained deacon in 1978 for service of the newly erected Catholic Diocese of East Anglia. He chairs the Diocesan Commission for Dialogue & Unity and is Chairman of Shared Churches (Ely) Limited, the ecumenical body responsible for building and ownership of Church centres in the new townships in the County. He is delighted to join with the Anglican and Free Church Chaplains in organizing the termly service of Christian worship and to meet members of the College at the reception after the service.
Tel: 01223 351650
The Anglican, Roman Catholic and Free Church Chaplains (Maggie, Geoffrey and Tim) organise a Christian service of worship in College once a term (at which the Choir sings), and a carol service during Advent.