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The Prayer Corner in the Chapel
The Prayer Corner in the Chapel

Welcome to the Chaplaincy

"Support and care, space and prayer in the heart of the Campus".  
Our Mission Statement is:  
The Chaplaincy exists  
1) To serve the spiritual and religious needs of the University Community  
2) To provide pastoral care and friendship for all staff and students of the University  
3) To enhance the learning experience through exploration of faith, peace and justice  
The Chaplaincy is both a place and a team of people. We are here for people of all faiths or none - all students and staff, to offer counsel, advice or just a listening ear. Feel free to pop in any time. We are situated at the bottom of the steps just to the right of the Library. (The Turquoise blue 2 on the campus maps.)  
Phone: 01225 386458 (Internal 6458)  
Duty Chaplain: 07966 341370  
During term time there is usually a chaplain available on week days between 10.00 am and at least 5.00 pm (6.15 pm on Tuesdays).

What's new



Just a reminder that each Tuesday in teaching term time we hold the OXFAM LUNCH - a cheap lunch of veggie soup, freshly baked bread, cheese and fresh dough nuts. All profits raised go to Oxfam - a charity that works with some of the poorest communities in the world to provide fresh water, help...



Please see latest edition of Chaplaincy News including listings for Freshers Week. Don't forget to scroll down to see inside pages. A hard copy can be picked up from the Chaplaincy Centre or the Chaplains Stall at Freshers Fairy.

Welcome to our new Methodist Chaplain Andrew Pottage

Welcome to our new Methodist Chaplain Andrew Pottage

Jill Flowers has now left the University to go on to 2 churches in Yatton and Pill from September. Jill has been on the team for the last 4 years and will be much missed. However the good news is that we now have a new Methodist Chaplain, Andrew Pottage, who will be with us from the beginning of...

Opportunities for Volunteering in  Bath Abbey

Opportunities for Volunteering in Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey Steward. To steward inside The Abbey and be able to help visitors with any questions they may have, using your own knowledge or using the many resources available. You can be asked questions about The Abbey, the city of Bath and our Tower Tours for example, so a very varied role....

What's on today

Fridays in term time

8.30 to 9.00 am - Christian Union morning prayer meeting.
12.00 to 12.15 pm - Lunchtime Prayers
12.15 to 1.15 pm - James Davenport Group
1.15 to 2.15 pm - Rosary for Peace/Stations of the Cross in Lent with Father Bill
2.30 to 4.30 pm - Gravity Vomit Student Juggling Society
6.30 to 9.00 pm - J Soc Shabbat Meal

More regular weekly events...


Thought for the week

And now the torch and Poppy Red we wear in honour of the dead. Fear not that ye have died for naught; We'll teach the lesson that ye wrought In Flanders Fields.
Dan Dowling