The Chaplaincy has a number of full-time and part-time chaplains who have information about religious activities both at the University and beyond. They are prepared to talk things over in a relaxed atmosphere and extend a warm welcome to all regardless of religious belief or background.
To avoid disappointment, it is always advisable to make an appointment.
The full-time chaplains are based at St Francis Hall.
The part-time chaplains are not based on campus, but meet with students, work with societies and run events at the University.
For queries about any faiths not listed on this page, please contact us.
Jodie Eagles is the Chaplaincy Administrator, who joined us in September 2015. You can email her on email@example.com or pop in to the Chaplaincy and see her. If you would like to be added to the weekly Chaplaincy email newsletter, send her an email.
Our chaplains are there to listen to and support you - feel free to contact any of them!
There are a large number of full- and part-time chaplains representing a wide range of faiths and traditions.
The chaplains are involved in events across campus, including Degree Congregations.
They also get very involved with interfaith events, like the recent Acts of Faith interfaith marquee, which was visited by over 600 students and staff.