Westminster College, University of Cambridge
Westminster College in Cambridge is a theological college of the United Reformed Church, formerly the Presbyterian Church of England. Its principal purpose is training for the ordination of ministers, but is also used more widely for training within the denomination and Cambridge Theological Federation.
Outside term-time Westminster College can be used as a venue, it is a magnificent Grade II listed building located in the heart of Cambridge, a short walk from the city centre and famous college backs.The beautiful building features stunning Arts and Crafts architecture, 4 acres of secluded grounds, and its own enchanting Chapel. A perfect setting for many occasions, from weddings and parties to meetings and conferences. We have 6 fully equipped meeting rooms and 40 bedrooms available throughout the year for hire with onsite parking available.
As a Resource Centre for Learning of the United Reformed Church and a significant contributor to the Cambridge Theological Federation, Westminster College is a place where people engaged in diverse ministries can deepen their faith and expand their impact.
Westminster is a place of study and learning in an educational environment stretching back nearly a thousand years, where a teaching staff comprised of scholars and religious practitioners nurture robust engagement with the Christian tradition, particularly its Reformed expression.
Westminster is a place of hospitality available to all those involved in the life of the church from many different traditions, people from other faiths, and those with no faith commitment whatsoever. Westminster is a place of welcome, community, and new vision, where radical and provocative faith engages the needs of the world.