Multi-faith Chaplaincy

Supporting Your Faith BannerWelcome to the Multi Faith Chaplaincy at the University of Birmingham. We invite students and staff of all faiths to our varied programme of worship, social events and other activities. We hope the Chaplaincy can provide a spiritual home at the University.

Summer examination period:Until the end of the main summer examination period, SFH will be open and available for study, prayer etc until midnight every day (ie up to and including Friday 5 June).

About the Chaplaincy
An introduction to the Chaplaincy and our venues.

Book a room
Book a room at St Francis Hall.

Find out about ceremonies and services available at the Chaplaincy.

Contact us
How to get in touch with the Chaplaincy.

Details of upcoming Chaplaincy events.

A list of the many and varied faith societies and groups that are linked to the Chaplaincy.

Details of our team of full-time and part-time chaplains, who are on hand to talk to and support students and staff.

Details of the Chaplaincy's free bike scheme.

University faith calendar
A list of dates for important festivals and days of prayer of the major faiths, published by the University each academic year.

SFH Entrance

Side approach to St Francis Hall

SFH from the side, the original Chaplaincy building

Back of St Francis Hall

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