• Multifaith Chaplaincy

    The Multifaith Chaplaincy is here to offer companionship and spiritual care to all members of the University. We work with students and staff, UK and international, people from any faith tradition, or no faith at all. 

  • What's on

    International English Club

    Monday 19th March from 7.45pm, Garden Room (BCK.G.20) 

    Come and make friends, play games, meet local English people and have fun! Everyone is welcome.

    Lenten Discussion Series

    Tuesday 20th March, 12.40-1.10pm, Westminster Chapel (Harcourt Hill)

    "When I survey the wondrous cross"

    Finding God Lunchtime Bible Study

    Tuesdays, 1pm, Garden Room (BCK.G.20)

    You are welcome to join us for a time of reflections, revelations and prayer together. All are welcome.

    Ideas Café: What Is Happiness?

    Tuesday 20th March, 5pm, Garden Room (BCK.G.20)

    In this week's Ideas Café we plan to talk about happiness and what it means to us. All ideas and beliefs welcome. Come and join us and bring an open mind!

    Lunchtime Worship: Examen

    Wednesday 21st March, 12pm, Garden Room (BCK.G.20) 

    You are welcome to share in a time of reflection, worship and fellowship together. All are welcome. 

    Prayer and Fellowship Lunch

    Thursdays, 12pm, 62 London Road 

    You are welcome to share in a time of worship and fellowship together. Led by Fr. Prem Fernando and Sr. Lucy at the Catholic Chaplaincy House.

    Meditation for Relaxation

    Thursday 22nd March, 5pm, Garden Room (BCK.G.20)

    You are welcome to join us for meditation, focusing on the breath and remaining in the present moment.

    Jummah Prayer

    Fridays, 1pm, Garden Room and Inner Room (BCK.G.20-22)

    Khutba starts promptly at 1.15pm, please allow time for wudu and arrive on time Insh'Allah
    You are welcome to share in a time of worship and prayer. The Garden Room and Inner Room are available for personal prayer from 11am.

    Lunchtime Seminar

    Friday 16th March, 1pm, Glass Tank

    Kate serves as Ecumenical Chaplain at Oxford Brookes University. She has a particular interest in interfaith dialogue, queer and feminist theology, and theologies of suffering and mental health, and actively works with LGBT+ asylum seekers within and beyond the church. Here she discusses gender, sexuality and the scriptures.