Chaplains are here to support students and staff of any faith or none. Whatever your background, we are here to support you in your journey of faith; your practice of your own faith, or your exploration of faith. We have strong connections in the local community and its communities of faith. We can advise on local places of worship; student faith societies; and how your faith interacts with academic life and your chosen discipline.
Whether you belong to a faith community or not, you are welcome to talk confidentially with a Chaplain about any problems, ethical dilemmas, uncertainties and any life questions you may have. There is no need to wait for a crisis to happen – come and have a chat at any time.
The University Chaplain can offer -
Space to relax and meet friends
Visit anytime for a cup of tea and a chat, a quiet lunch or just some space.
The Chaplain runs regular events. For more information, please join our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/UniversityOfLincolnChaplaincyServices or contact us by phone or email.
Catholic Masses for the Easter Term -
Celebrant: Reverend John Kyne
Time 13.00 pm to 15.00 pm
Quiet space for reflection, thought, stillness and prayer. Open to staff and students of all faiths and none.
Confidential support - often no appointment is necessary. Just pop in and ask to see a Chaplain.
Monthly film show. Please check facebook page or portal for the dates and up coming events
About other support services and local places of worship.
Islamic Friday prayer rooms
Friday Jummah prayer (brothers) held in the Media building (please check the facebook or portal for up-to-date info). and for sisters at Village Hall.
Jummah Prayer Room for Brothers
11-01-2013 - MC0020
18-01-2013 - MC0025
25-01-2013 - MC0025
01-02-2013 - MC0025
08-02-2013 - MC0025
15-02-2013 - MC0025
22-02-2013 - MC0025
01-03-2013 - MC0025
08-03-2013 - MC0025
15-03-2013 - MC0025
22-03-2013 - MC0025
29-03-2013 - MC0025
05-04-2013 - MC0025
12-04-2013 - MC0025
19-04-2013 - MC2201
To provide hospitality and activities for international students of all faiths and of none. If you're feeling lonely, struggling to understand British culture or you just want to talk about your assignments (good news and not so good!) do come and see us.
We encourage all members of the university to take an active role in our local and global community. We offer opportunities to get involved with Fairtrade, green initiatives and volunteering.
Academic debate and Question time evening
Chaplain organise annual Question time evening featuring a panel of prominent figures.
Contact Details -
01522886079 or 07500910372