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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

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 to the right of the Library (the turquoise blue 2 on campus maps).  
 
Phone: 01225 386458 (Internal 6458)  
Duty Chaplain: 07966 341370  
Email: chaplaincy@bath.ac.uk  
 
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

21st Century Chaplaincy in a Secular Institution

21st Century Chaplaincy in a Secular Institution

See the presentation made by the University Chaplain to Bath and Wells Diocesan Synod at the University on 21st March2015

Spring Chaplaincy News

Spring Chaplaincy News

Click here for latest Spring Edition of Chaplaincy News

Notice board

Muslim prayer rooms

Muslim prayer rooms

If Muslim students or visitors to campus need access to the Prayer Rooms please enquire either at the Chaplaincy Centre, or security - which is open 24/7, providing your library card if you are a student or staff member.

ECC minutes

ECC minutes

These are available in the Chaplaincy Centre.

What's on today

Mondays in term time

8.30 to 9.00 am - Christian Union morning prayer meeting.
1.00 to 2.00 pm - Lectio Divina - praying the Scriptures with Fr Bill
6.30 to 8.00 pm - Buddhist Meditation Group
8.00 to 9.30 pm - 1001 Nights Society

More regular weekly events...

 

Thought for the week

'They took my love away, my day is night.'
And then she hears her name, she hears love say
The Word that turns her night, and ours, to Day.
Easter Dawn Sonnet XV by Malcolm Guite

Mission statement

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