Category: Chaplaincy

Chaplaincy news

The Chaplaincy is busy over the next couple of weeks with events for your diary. Roman Catholic Masses The Roman Catholic Chaplain will be presiding at Mass for Advent on the following dates Tuesday 4, 11 and 18 December at 12:45-13:15 in the Chaplaincy Quiet Room. The theme this...

Chaplaincy News

The Chaplaincy is busy over the next couple of weeks with two events for your diary. Festival of Faiths, Tuesday 27 November: The Chaplaincy and Students Union working in conjunction with Bolton Interfaith Council and faith groups across the town have organised a Festival of Faiths to inform and...

Chaplaincy Coffee Morning

We are having a COFFEE MORNING in the Chaplaincy – a chance to come and see what we do, meet the chaplain and have your say about how the Chaplaincy can meet the needs of the whole university community. Please join us for refreshments on Wednesday May 9th between...

Special Joint Service For Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday is the beginning of Lent, a time of reflection in the Christian Calendar in preparation for Easter. The Chaplaincy will have a special service to mark Ash Wednesday. Revd Gill and Fr Andrew will host a special joint service on Ash Wednesday, 14 February, at 12.40 in...

A quick introduction to the Chaplaincy

The Chaplaincy is here for all staff and students, those of faith and no faith, and can be found at the foot of the Eagle Tower near Café Athena. The Chaplaincy is open from 8.30-17.00 during term times. Here for prayer, reflection, meditation or just a place of calm...

News from the Chaplaincy

The Chaplaincy team has been busy over the past couple of weeks welcoming students and we have now started our regular events. The Chaplain, Gill Smart, can normally be found in the Chaplaincy Office on Monday morning, Wednesday and Friday. If you need to contact her please email *protected email*...

Observing Lent

Lent is a time of prayer, fasting and charity in preparation for Easter. Shrove Tuesday (28 February) marks the day before Lent begins and is traditionally associated with pancakes, cooked and eaten to use up luxury ingredients before the fast. Lent begins next week and colleagues and students may wish to attend...

News from the Chaplaincy

Drop-in meditation classes: Our Buddhist Chaplain, Kelsang Tumo will be re-starting the drop-in meditation classes on Thursdays at 12.45 for 15 minutes. The next one will be on Thursday February 2nd. “Let go of stress & refresh your mind with guided meditations to relax the body & mind.” Father...

News from the Chaplaincy – January 2017

Drop-in meditation classes: Our Buddhist Chaplain, Kelsang Tumo will be re-starting the drop-in meditation classes on Thursdays at 12.45 for 15 minutes. “Let go of stress & refresh your mind with guided meditations to relax the body & mind.” Father Andrew Pastore, one of our Roman Catholic chaplains, is...

News from the Chaplaincy

New drop-in meditation classes: We now have a Buddhist Chaplain, Kelsang Tumo. She has just started drop-in meditation classes on Thursdays at 12.45 for 15 minutes. “Let go of stress & refresh your mind with guided meditations to relax the body & mind.” We now have a presence at...

News from the Chaplaincy

Research 2016-17
New this year We now have a presence at Queen’s – Room S 47 on the second floor is a multi-faith room. The basic necessities for Muslim prayer are there, but it is for all faiths and none. It is rather bare at the moment – if you use...

Chaplaincy News

Every Tuesday at 8.30am there will be a brief service of Morning Prayer in the Chaplaincy Quiet Room, led by Gill. This is a quiet, reflective start to the day. Evelyn Weston Chaplaincy

News from the Chaplaincy

During Examinations and Assessments, from Monday (16th) there will be “peace” pebbles available in the chaplaincy. We encourage anyone, staff or students, to pop in a choose a pebble – to keep in your pocket or place on your desk – as a reminder that we wish everyone in...

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