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Faith & Spirituality

Although campus-based gatherings and services have been cancelled, there are many opportunities to meet and express your faith and spirituality online.

Sacred Space in a Time of Lockdown

A printable pdf document, with 10 ideas to help you pause, reflect and pray during these troubled times. This booklet has been put together by Christian Chaplains, Kate Pearson and Mark Rowland and includes resources from a range of Christian traditions and denominations.

Download your copy here:

Ramadan during Lockdown

A message from our Muslim Chaplain for Eid al Fitr, plus a reflection on Ramadan during lockdown from a member of WMG staff.

Sunday Mass with Fr. Harry at St Joseph the Worker

Fr Harry leads Mass at 10.30am every Sunday from St Joseph the Worker. You can click here to either watch live or later in the week.

Weekly Reflections from Chaplains Mark and Kate

Rev'd Mark Rowand (Free Church Chaplain) and Rev'd Kate Pearson (Anglican Chaplain) are recording a reflection each week, based on the gospel reading from Sunday. New reflections are added each Sunday evening here.

Contact Revs. Kate or Mark to request a Zoom link to Church (Not) on Campus

Current students of the University are invited to join Kate and Mark online for a gentle service, about 30 minutes long, each Sunday at 5pm.

Sign up for the week-long Retreat in Daily Life

Our Retreat in Daily Life is always a highlight of the year. And this year it's going to still be running, but online! Click here for more information and to reserve your space. The retreat is open to both staff and students of the University.

Light a (virtual) candle

Our friends at the Church of England have created a virtual candle-lighting space. Lighting a candle can be a helpful way to pray, and to make space to reflect.