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Exeter Faith Spaces Tour

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For more information about these events please contact the Multifaith Chaplaincy Coordinator, Ramona Nash. All events are free of charge unless otherwise indicated.

As part of National InterFaith Week, Multifaith Chaplaincy invite all students on a guided tour of some of Exeter's faith spaces.

The tour will meet and finish at The Forum, Streatham Campus and will involve a brief visit to six of the city's faith buildings and/or a prayer/blessing/meditation, finishing with tea and cake at the final venue.

If you would like to see more details, please look at our EventBrite page and register here for free tickets. 

If you may need any assistance on the tour for any reason please contact us at chaplaincy@exeter.ac.uk so we can help to arrrange it.

Connections Café

Connections Café is hosted by members of the Multifaith Chaplaincy team and is a chance to chat to friends and meet new people over tea, coffee and biscuits; talk with a Chaplain about anything and everything and find out more about what we do.

The Café is running in term time:   Tuesdays from 10.30am to 12.30pm and Thursdays from 2pm to 3.30pm in The Neil Cross Room, 1st Floor, Forum Library

Everyone is warmly invited and welcomed.

 

Soup Lunch

Come and enjoy a free lunch of soup and bread served by the Anglican and Quaker Chaplains. 

Every Thursday at St. Luke's Chapel, St. Luke's Campus from 12.30pm to 2pm

Vegetarian and vegan options will be available.

Drop in any time. People from all faiths or none are warmly welcomed.

Walks 4 Wellbeing

All Staff and students are warmly invited to our weekly Walk 4 Wellbeing

1.10pm to 1.50pm every Thursday

Start and End at the Here to Help Desk in The Forum and walk whatever the weather!

Led by Wellbeing and Chaplaincy, it is an opportunity to walk the beautiful grounds of the Campus, and to connect with others and nature whatever way you choose. Participants are welcome to talk or simply appreciate the space in silence. It is a gentle walk so only a basic level of fitness is required.

Any queries, please contact:

K.cox5@exeter.ac.uk from Wellbeing

e.Moseley@exeter.ac.uk from Chaplaincy

 

The Labyrinth

Slow Down, Still The Mind, Walk The Labyrinth

Drop into The Neil Cross Room, First Floor, Forum Library on the first Thursday of every month, 4.30pm to 6pm

The canvas labyrinth will be out for anyone to use.  You do not have to identify with a specific faith or spirituality. 

What is a Labyrinth?

A labyrinth is different to a maze as there is only one route to the centre. It is not designed to get you lost, but rather to allow you to simply follow a path.

There is no right or wrong way to use one. There are only suggestions. You may like to remove your shoes and feel the floor beneath you as you walk.

The Way In: Slowing Down

Pause at the entrance.

When walking, focus on each step. When distracted, allow the thoughts to pass by and bring yourself back to the next foot fall.

You could think of it as a journey, use the time to reflect on a journey of your own.

With each turn, think about different directions your journey has taken.

The Centre: Pause

Pause in the centre.

Stand, sit or kneel as suits you.

Use the time to breathe deeply. Just be.

You may like to consider where you are in your journey. Take the time to be thankful or acknowledge difficulties and regrets.

The Way Out: Returning

To leave, either walk straight out or return along the path you came.

The path back gives you time to return to the world around you.

It can be used to think about where your journey may lead you next, about possibilities and different directions.

The experience will be different each time.

 

A Chaplain will also be available at this time if any help or guidance is wanted or if you merely wish to talk with a chaplain.

If you are unable to make it to the Neil Cross Room, then ou could download and print a finger labyrinth to use wherever you are. Veriditas have one here and have a video on using one here.

For more information, contact Elly at e.moseley@exeter.ac.uk