The Chaplaincy Centre

The Chaplaincy Centre

We are a welcoming and engaging place for people of all faiths and none. We offer space for exploring issues of spirituality and building community, or just a quiet place to eat your lunch.

Covid-19 Working Procedures

The chaplaincy team may not be around as much as usual, but we remain a place of vibrant diversity and inclusive welcome. Chaplains are available for students and staff of any faith or none to offer 1-1 pastoral/emotional support, and groups are meeting for worship online or in person. To arrange to speak with a chaplain, or to find out about a specific group, please email chaplaincy@lancaster.ac.uk.

 

Vibrant. Diverse. Inclusive.

Any faith or none, there is a place for you here.

Major religious festivals

Calendar of religious holy days and festivals of many of our faith groups.

Regular faith events

Many different groups use the Chaplaincy Centre throughout the year. Our regular faith group events are listed below...

  • Anglican Communion – Sundays, 11.15am
  • Buddhist zen meditation – Wednesdays, 5–6.15pm
  • Catholic Mass – Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1pm, and Sundays at 5.30pm
  • Church on campus – Sundays, 7pm
  • Jewish lunch and learn – Wednesdays, 12pm
  • Jewish Shabbat – Fridays
  • Jumu'ah prayer – Fridays in the Islamic Prayer Rooms, Ash House
  • Mindfulness meditation – Thursdays, 1.15–1.45pm
  • Quaker meeting – Mondays, 1pm
  • Soup lunch – Wednesdays, 12.30–1.15pm

Other groups using the Centre

As well as our many faith communities, there are many other groups that use the Chaplaincy Centre. Rooms are available for booking at a reasonable charge – please contact us to find out more.