The Chaplaincy Centre is here for staff and students of all faiths and religions, and of none. We provide a listening ear, religious support and worship, and a supportive community.
February is cold. So why not warm yourself with a spot of Hygge? Hygge is a Danish concept. It means being warm and cosy, with good company and a warm atmosphere. We have the heating on, fairy lights, hot chocolate, squirty cream, vegan marshmallows and cakes. All for free! Pop into the Chaplaincy Centre Common Room this February (Mon-Fri, 9.30am-5pm) and have yourself some Hygge.
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>
A mutual support group for students who have experienced loss or bereavement and would like to share those experiences.Find out more>
Free Community Brunch
Free brunch for all students, every term-time Wednesday at 10:30, in the Chaplaincy Common Room. Join us or take away.Community Brunch>
Chaplaincy to the University staff
Chaplaincy services and facilities are also available to university staff.