Events from our Chaplaincy Centre
Religion and Belief Tandem Learning
At the Chaplainy's annual Religion and Belief Tandem Learning programme you will be paired with someone who has a different belief or religious identity to engage in structured conversation and learn from each other.
The programme is open to everyone, whatever your religion or beliefs (and however clear or unclear you are about them). Those with humanist or atheist belief identities are very welcome to participate. Participation involves two introductory sessions, six hours of conversation, and a feedback session.
The programme is free of charge and open to all members of the University. All of the sessions take place in the Chaplaincy Centre Gathering Room, L floor Octagon Centre:
- Introductory session 1: Monday 14 October 12.10-12.50pm
- Introductory session 2: Monday 21 October 12.10-12.50pm
- Feedback session: Monday 9 December 12.10-12.50pm
Please note that you must attend both introductory sessions. Please email Kathryn Fey-Beatson at firstname.lastname@example.org if these times are not possible for you – we may be able to negotiate an alternative.
Faith in our City: Mosque Visit
Along with the chaplaincy at Sheffield Hallam, we are organising staff and students visits to local places of worship. Our first visit takes place on Wednesday 9 October to the Medina Mosque in Heeley for a tour and refreshments, 7–8.30pm.
If you want to travel in organised transport with others from the University, meet outside the Octagon at 6.30pm, or meet at the Medina Mosque at 7pm—Medina Mosque 24 Wolseley Rd, Sheffield S8 0ZU. Return transport will also be provided.
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Keep in touch
The Chaplaincy Centre mailing list for events of interest to those of any faith or no faith. This occasional newsletter contains information about events run by the Chaplaincy Centre and across the University.
We can also be found on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram: @shefchaplaincy
Visit our web pages to find specific information about different faiths.