Chaplaincy events coming up this term
The Multi-faith chaplaincy of the University is hosting a number of events this term which will be of wide interest to students and staff.
As the centenary of the outbreak of WWI is marked, there will be a multi-faith Remembrance Vigil to remember that war and those still serving, featuring music, readings and reflections on conflict from a range of faiths and traditions.
When: Tuesday 11 November, 5pm
Where: Aston Webb Rotunda, itself a registered war memorial.
Find out more: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A Quaker astronomer reflects on the Universe and us. Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, a prominent astrophysicist and Quaker, will be looking at the history and the likely future of the universe and reflecting on how that might impact our theology.
When: Thursday 27 November 5.15pm
Where: Bramall Music Building.
Entrance free, but booking required via email@example.com
University Carol Service
The University Carol Service is a Christmas celebration for all staff, students and families, featuring carols and festive readings and poems in the beautiful setting of the Aston Webb Great Hall. The University Carol Service is the perfect start to the Christmas season and is not to be missed. All welcome, no tickets required.
When: Monday 8 December 6.15pm
Where: Aston Webb, Great Hall
Find out more: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about the events, activities, student groups and support that are part of the life of the mult-faith chaplaincy: intranet.birmingham.ac.uk/chaplaincy