The Multifaith Chaplaincy Team is made up of volunteers drawn from a wide variety of faith backgrounds and worldviews including Bahá'í, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Humanist, Muslim, Jewish and Quaker, supported by a Multifaith Coordinator.
We believe that all students and staff deserve time and care. We are here to support you, to be available for you to share any concerns, to support your wellbeing, and help you to enjoy your time at the University.
We work together to serve the whole University community, and are here to listen to students and staff, of all faiths and none. Our Chaplains provide a safe space to talk, and offer you discreet and confidential listening.
In addition, if requested, we can also provide details on faith and worldview activities or places of worship at the University or in the community.
You may like to talk with a Chaplain if you:
- Feel anxious or worried and would appreciate a confidential conversation and a safe place to talk
- Experience a bereavement
- Feel stressed, isolated or homesick
- Need help finding support on specific issues such as debt, housing, or relationship issues, or are not sure whom to contact
- Would like to explore a particular faith/worldview or spiritual meaning
- Are an international student and feel unsure about life in this country