We offer regular religious services, groups and events during semester time, and everyone is welcome to attend. If you have questions about our events, please email email@example.com.
Jum’ah prayers are offered every Friday during semester time. Some ablution facilities are available nearby, please arrive in enough time to prepare.
- Fridays 1.15pm, Inner Room, Buckley Building, Headington Campus
A time of Christian prayer in community.
- Tuesdays and Thursdays 8.30am, Westminster Chapel, Harcourt Hill Campus
- Tuesdays and Thursdays 8.30am, Garden Room, Headington Campus
- Wednesdays 8.30am, online via Google Meet
Finding God at Brookes Bible Study
We offer weekly Bible study on Zoom during semester time, led by Dr. Sola Adesola (Senior Lecturer in the Business School) with Rev. Miriam Moul. Most of our members are Christian staff and postgraduate students, but everyone is welcome.
Finding God at Brookes is a non-denominational in-depth Bible study and prayer that helps you to know God at a deeper level. We are building a space on campus where you can discover the truth that is relevant to your life and build a community with your fellow believers.
This academic year, we will be looking at the call to discipleship and reading through the book Discipleship Essentials by Greg Ogden. You do not need to have your own copy and you can join the group at any time. You are all welcome to join us.
- Tuesdays at 1.00pm on Zoom.
Lunchtime Spiritual Reading
Join Fr. Prem to read your favourite scripture, or any spiritual reading, and share a thought. Bring your own reading to share or come listen to others. Bring your lunch and join us with a friendly chit chat, we will serve tea and coffee. Staff and students of any faith or none are welcome.
On Thursday, 24 November this will be an interfaith Scriptural Reasoning discussion.
- Thursdays, 12.00 - 1.00pm, Garden Room, Buckley Building
Interfaith Scriptural Reasoning
Scriptural Reasoning is a way for people of different faiths to have meaningful discussions about their traditions and beliefs. Everyone is welcome, you do not have to be part of a faith community or relate to religious scripture to join us. Our discussion is not about finding a way to agree, but rather about speaking our truths honestly to one another in a spirit of respect and openness.
Everyone's voice is welcome in this conversation. If you would like to offer a section of text to form part of our discussion, please email the chaplaincy with the information so that we can share it with others.
Join us for Holy Mass offered for staff, students, and the local community by Fr. Prem Fernando.
- Sundays 6.00pm, Catholic Chaplaincy, 62 London Rd