We are open, during the Covid-19 pandemic. We have 20 advisers and chaplains, providing pastoral support to everyone.
The Chaplaincy Centre is open—during the Covid-19 pandemic—online, via web chat, phone and video calls. We're here for all staff and students. We provide a listening ear and pastoral support to all people whatever their identity, religion, belief or no belief.
Autumn 2020 Welcome Events
Find out about our Welcome Events, including a weekly online Brunch open to everyone at the University and other faith specific events.Welcome Events>
Sign up to our mailing to find out what's on
We send approximately one mailing a month with news of what's on at the Chaplaincy Centre, including events run by our many Chaplains and Faith Advisors.Sign up>
An Inclusive Community
The Chaplaincy seeks to be a community where all are welcome, regardless of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability or any other personal characteristic.Inclusions Policy>
Support Groups for Staff and Students
Support groups can be an effective way to find solidarity and mutual support in challenging times. In addition to our grief support, The Chaplaincy Centre are also offering support groups for those experiencing other life-altering circumstances, including loss, life-change and isolation.Support Groups>
Support During Pandemic
We are here to chat by phone, video or social media 12pm until 2pm everyday Monday to Friday during semester. At other times we offer support groups and online prayer / reflection.Contact Us>
Black Lives Matter
We at the Chaplaincy Centre have been deeply challenged by the worldwide response to George Floyd's killing.