||CTK was open
for prayer from 8am to 8pm daily: the front gates were
closed at 10pm. The clergy said morning and evening
prayer each day at 9.30am and 5.10pm in the South Chapel
and students were encouraged to attend these short acts
of prayer and Bible reading. There were no public
services on Saturdays.
Mrs Rene Gonse
was open each day during the week from 12.30-2pm in the
refectory underneath the church, where there was a cheap
lunch in pleasant surroundings. Students helped with the
meals and the canteen was supervised and managed by Mrs F
I (Rene) Gonse.
||The Bar was
in the crypt underneath the church. It was open after all
main services and on Wednesdays and Thursdays from
||This was open
during the week and had a large stock of contemporary
religious paperbacks. There was also 'someone present to
take all enquiries and to help visitors.'
||The Choir was
always glad to recruit any new members. Choir practice
was on Fridays at 5.30pm in the Church.