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Covid-19

Last updated:
13th January 2021


The following Chapels are open for private prayer:

No services, that can be attended in person, will be held in the Chapels until further notice.

Online church services are still taking place.

The Anglican Chaplaincy Office, in the Old Library on Streatham Campus, is closed until further notice but support is available online.

About us

We follow the teachings of Jesus the Christ, who taught 2,000 years ago that we should love God with heart, soul, mind and strength, and love our neighbour as ourself. Read more about our ethos.

Anglican / Church of England

Anglican / Church of England

Anglican / Church of England

The Chapels

The Mary Harris Memorial Chapel (Streatham Campus) and St Luke's Chapel (St Luke's Campus) provide quiet spaces to simply be.

Although we are not able to have services in the Chapels at the moment, both are beautiful, peaceful buildings and you are welcome to come and sit for as long as you like (bearing in mind Covid-19 protocols) and to light a candle.

They are open to everyone.

Join our online chapel community

An Anglican Chapel Friends facebook group has been set up for students and staff who would like to keep in touch and share prayer requests, and we are using Zoom for online prayer and discussion groups.

You don't need to have been a Chapel attendee or consider yourself to be a Christian to join either of these – all students and staff are very welcome.

Prayer

We may not be able to gather together physically at this time, but as the Anglican team we would like to hold you in prayer.

We have a board in the Mary Harris Chapel on which people can leave prayers, so if you are on campus then do pop in, rest for a while in the space and, if you so wish, leave something on the board. All prayers are read and prayed for regularly.

If you are unable to physically come to the Chapel, then please do email us instead at anglicanchaplaincy@exeter.ac.uk with the heading 'Prayer Board’. No prayer is too big or small and everyone is welcome to submit a prayer or thought. If it matters to you, then it matters.