Student Religion and Belief Societies
An outline of our student religion and belief societies.
- Baha’i Society
- Christian Societies
- Islamic Societies
- National Hindu Student Forum (NHSF)
- Sheffield Humanist Group
- Sheffield Jewish Society
- Sikh Society
The Baha'i Society holds a number of activities such as meetings, group discussions, guest talks and social events which promote the study of Baha'i writings and their application to contemporary issues.
The page below outlines all the Christian societies available to join at the University.
The Islamic Circle can provide welfare support, a platform for you to learn more about Islam and a means to practice your religion.
Absoc is a casual Islamic society focusing on weekly discussiona dn Dua Kumail sessions. They also offer events and talks throughout the year.
National Hindu Student Forum (NHSF)
The NHSF Hindu society is open to students from the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam. They aim to promote Hindu Dharma through activities and events such as sports, performing arts, sewa and education.
Sheffield Humanist Group
You can join the local Humanist group in Sheffield. See the Chaplaincy web pages for more information.
Sheffield Jewish Society
JSoc is a joint society between the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University, which aims to create a Jewish home for students studying in Sheffield. Their regular events include Friday night meals, socials, festival celebrations and educational talks.
SikhSoc run lots of activities and events for the Sikh student community in Sheffield.