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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.

Christingle Celebration - Tuesday 12th December - in The Forum

The Chaplaincy will lead a Christingle celebration in the Forum Street.

With an orange, red tape, sweets and a candle, we can use the Christingle to retell the story of Christmas. It is a symbol that has been used by churches for hundreds of years.

From 12 noon until 4pm, we will be making Christingles in the Forum and all are welcome to come and make one with us. We will have everything you need and it is free.

At 5pm in the Forum, we will have a Christingle gathering lasting about 30-40 minutes.  We will learn about the history and meaning of the Christingle, there will be some readings and we will sing carols with the candles lit on our Christingles.

People of all faiths and worldviews are warmly invited to this event

Connections Café - Every Tuesday 2pm to 4pm


Connections Café offers free refreshments and is hosted by members of the Multifaith Chaplaincy team. It's a chance to chat to friends or meet new people with free refreshments and treats provided.

Chaplains will be there if you wish to talk about anything and everything and will be running craft/mindful activities as well.


 The café will be in The Forum Library Entrance every Tuesday from 2pm to 4pm. (Go through the library gate and turn right)

Everyone from the University is warmly invited and welcomed!


Soup Lunch - Every Thursday 12.30pm to 2pm

Come and enjoy a FREE LUNCH of soup and bread served by our Chaplains. 

Every Thursday during term-time on First Floor of Staff House, 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.


Meditation - Medicine for the mind

  • Face difficulties with more confidence

  • Reduce stress

  • Improve relationships

    'Meditation In Exeter' are running talks and guided meditations open to all Exeter staff and students.

    Tuesdays 11:30am to 12noon & 7:30pm to 8.45pm

    Thursdays 10:00am to 11:00am plus weekend events

    At the Pure Land Kadampa Buddhist Centre on 55 Union Road, Exeter, EX4 6HU

    Check their website for further details and dates