Pricing, Accommodation, Information

City View of SHeffield


Standard conference costs, including accommodation and all meals, start from £500—regular non-residential rates begin with our discount participant rate of £350.

There are student, sponsorship and Majority World rates as well.

Sectional day and part-day tickets are now available. Indicative costs are 590 Euros or 650 US dollars (payments must be made via credit or debit card in GBP). Grants are available to those from the Majority World and those of Reduced Means.

All the prices for discount, scholarship, student, guest rates and sectional ticket costs as well as options for accommodation and tours are fully listed on our Price List page.


A short summary of accommodation types is here, below, for full details see our detailed accommodation information page.

Jonas Hotel
250 metres from our Conference venues.
All en suite rooms with extra large single (not double) beds and various social spaces and a zero (no alcohol) bar.
Bedrooms are not serviced during your stay but book for 4 nights and get the 5th and 6th free!
Rates include pastry and hot drink breakfast with the option to upgrade this meal.
For full details see our detailed accommodation information page.

Halifax Hall Hotel
A boutique hotel, 100 metres from Jonas, 350 metres from our Conference venues, with individual nights available.
Bedrooms are en suite and serviced each day.
Full breakfast is included.
For full details see our detailed accommodation information page.

The Edge Study Accommodation
Individual nights available—50 metres from our Conferences venues and 200 metres from Jonas—in
well proportioned en suite study rooms with big desks; bedrooms serviced during your stay.
Full breakfast included.
For full details see our detailed accommodation information page.


View our list of confirmed, outstanding speakers, expert in their field, passionate about chaplaincy, relating their knowledge directly to our work as chaplains, including the schedule for each of them.

Spiritual, Mindful, Communal

There will plenty of opportunity to connect with people in Chaplaincy from many perspectives. It will also be a haven suited to people of many traditions and beliefs. There will be times of stillness, reflection, worship and gentle movement and exercise.

Your Inputs

A key element is giving plenty of space within the programme for chaplaincy staff to respond to the Call for Papers and present details of their own practice: we are inviting you to offer a contribution in one of the following ways:
Poster: preparing a poster to exhibit and discuss?
Ignite: give a 5 minute talk with 20 slides?
Campfire: present for 10-15 minutes and then become facilitator for another 15 minutes?
Reading group: nominate a reading (article, report, book) as a stimulus for discussion?
Walkshop: give a short introduction. On laminated cards questions are given and people are encouraged to walk and dialogue;
Workshop: of varying lengths and styles.
Alternatives: if you have an idea for a session not represented here, then please suggest your own.


1. Beth Shalom,

2. National Mining Museum

3. Chatsworth House

4. Sheffield: Home of Football

5. Sheffield's History of Steel, Dams and Mills

6. Guided Walk in the Peak District
Followed by afternoon tea at the National Trust tea rooms on the Longshaw Estate.


Pre-conference Sunday 14th June-Monday 15th June.
The confirmed pre-conference tracks are is 'Higher Education Chaplaincy and ..." 1. Research, 2. Extremism, 3. Empowerment, 4. Spirituality. Other topic streams can be proposed by stating when booking. More information is provided on the Conference Overview.

Travel to the Conference

Find out more about rail arrivals from sea ports, airports and the European rail hub, St Pancras International.

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