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Oxford is a diverse city, rich in places of worship and community groups. Whatever your faith or belief tradition, you should find a community that is right for you. You may also contact any member of the Brookes Multifaith Chaplaincy team for support.
We do our best to keep these pages up to date. To ask us to include a community group or to correct any details, please email the Multifaith Chaplaincy.
Most worshipping communities have made substantial changes to their gatherings and services during the Coronavirus outbreak. You should try to contact the community you would like to visit to find out more.
Worried about coronavirus and how it could affect your life? Read the advice from our Wellbeing team.
Managing your Wellbeing during the Coronavirus Outbreak »
Ven. Khammai Dhammasami is the
Buddhist Faith Adviser
for Oxford Brookes University.
Rev. Shemil Mathew is the Anglican Chaplain at Oxford Brookes University.
Fr. Prem Fernando is the Catholic Chaplain at Oxford Brookes University. See the
Catholic Chaplaincy web page.
Rev. Miriam Moul is the Methodist Chaplain at Oxford Brookes University.
Dr. Gyan Gopal is the
Hindu Faith Adviser
to Oxford Brookes University.
Oxford Hindu Temple Project:
Hindu Community Prayers
Visit the website for more information about meetings and membership.
As well as Mosques and community centres in the City of Oxford, there are
rooms available for prayer on campus. The Muslim Chaplain to Oxford Brookes is
The Baha'is of Oxford
Oxford Pagan Circle