Multifaith Chaplaincy

The Multifaith Chaplaincy welcomes all staff and students at the university, regardless of their beliefs.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Following the current advice given by the University, a decision has been taken to close the Multifaith Chaplaincy Centre. This means that we are no longer open as a community hub, social/study space or a venue for events. Our Chaplains are still available for one-to-one meetings, via Skype or Zoom. If you would like to arrange a meeting, please email: multifaith-chaplaincy@bristol.ac.uk . 

We know it will be a loss to many that the Chaplaincy Centre is closed. We have decided to keep some of our regular meetings going remotely. Please view our Weekly events page for information about the sessions that we are running remotely, from Monday 30th March.

The Multifaith Chaplaincy is a friendly and safe space on campus, a place to escape the busyness of university life. Our building is open 11-5pm every week day during term time, free for all to use. Come in for a cup of tea or coffee and just relax. The chaplaincy also runs a number of regular and annual events throughout the academic year, and is booked out by different university societies and groups. To find out about these, click on the 'Events' tab on the left-hand side of the website.

At the Chaplaincy, we know that life and university can sometimes be hard. If you would like to talk about something on your mind (spiritual or not), we have an amazing team of chaplains on hand throughout the day. They can offer an open ear and some advice about where to get extra support. For more information about where to get help in the university, click here. The chaplaincy team can also advise about local faith communities and services.

Like the University, we are committed to being green. As well as implementing the University's standard green policy, we have undertaken a wide range of initiatives, based on the principles Reduce, Re-use, Recycle. These include recycling as much as possible, operating a meat- and fish-free kitchen and buying organic and local produce. If you have any new ideas on being green, please email us.

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The Chaplaincy welcomes absolutely everyone; it’s a community that everyone can be part of.

Nicola, PhD student
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