Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

Due to the measures put in place by the University in relation to Covid-19 (Coronavirus), the Multifaith Chaplaincy Team will not be on either of the Exeter campuses to provide in-person support or regular Chaplaincy groups and events until further notice.  However, during this period we will offer telephone and online support to all students and staff who contact us.  This support will be available during office hours in term times, and outside these hours whenever possible if needed.    

  • If you are already in contact with a specific Chaplain or would like to contact one of them directly, please see our Chaplains page for the contact details of individuals.
  • If you do not know which Chaplain you would like to contact, or are new to Chaplaincy services, please:
    • email chaplaincy@exeter.ac.uk
      or
    • call Ramona, the Multifaith Co-ordinator, on 07557 064976, to arrange a phone call or online appointment with one of the team.

Connections Cafe

Connections Cafe will run twice weekly via Zoom, on Tuesdays and Fridays from 11am - 1pm.  The cafe is hosted by members of the Multifaith Chaplaincy team and is open to all University students and staff.  The Zoom Meeting ID is 200-859-738, or via the link at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/200859738  For more information on the topics for our Connections Cafe drop in sessions, please see the Multifaith Chaplaincy Facebook page: facebook.com/UniversityOfExeterChaplaincy

Resources

Please click on the individual Faith and Worldview pages on the left side of the screen for Covid-19 sections, to find links to readings, videos, and other online resources to support your spiritual wellbeing during this time of isolation and distancing.  

Wellbeing

For further resources related to the Covid-19 lockdown, please visit the Wellbeing section on the Covid-19 University pages: Wellbeing

Students can also find wellbeing support via the wellbeing website, most of which is now operating via remote delivery, with telephone triage to assess the need for a face-to-face appointment. The website also has many self-help resources.  

If you have an urgent concern please see the wellbeing urgent support page