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Lunchtime Christian prayer takes place each week during term-time on Mondays from 1.151.45pm in the Quiet Room (MB0032) or Faith and Spirituality Centre Office (MB0031).

The University faith adviser is available for listening, support, information and advice at weekly drop-in sessions on different campuses:

  • Penrhyn Road: Faith and Spirituality Centre, in Main Building (ground floor), 11.00am1.00pm, weekdays in term time (except Tuesdays and alternative Mondays as described below).
  • Kingston Hill: Student Services Centre in the Yorkon Building (ground floor), 12 noon2.00pm on Tuesdays during term time.
  • Roehampton Vale: Student Office in the Hawker Wing (ground floor), 10.00am 12 noon fortnightly on a Monday morning during term time. 

Upcoming events

Holocaust Memorial Day Commemoration

Holocaust Memorial Day Commemoration
Sunday 2 February 2020

A joint commemoration in the Guildhall at Kingston of all the victims and survivors of genocides, with performances from local groups and the University.

Penrhyn Faith and Spirituality Book Group

Penrhyn Faith and Spirituality Book Group
Monday 3 February 2020

For discussion tonight (Mon 3 February 2020): "Rerum novarum", an encyclical issued by Pope Leo XIII on 15 May 1891. We meet in the Quiet Room within the Faith Centre at the Penrhyn Road campus from 7-8.30pm (drinks and nibbles from 6.30pm). All welcome - no need to book or have a ticket, just read the text and then come on the day itself.

"The Christian Leader as prophet, servant, pastor, teacher and critic" Lent Talks 2020

"The Christian Leader as prophet, servant, pastor, teacher and critic" Lent Talks 2020
Thursday 5 March - Thursday 2 April 2020

A series of lunchtime talks for Lent 2020 that explore the nature of Christian leadership, focusing on "The Leader as…prophet, servant, pastor, teacher and critic".

Penrhyn Faith and Spirituality Book Group

Penrhyn Faith and Spirituality Book Group
Monday 16 March 2020

For discussion tonight (Monday 16 March 2020): "Manon des Sources" ("Manon of the Springs") is a novel by Marcel Pagnol (and is the sequel to Jean de Florette). As usual, we will meet in the Quiet Room within the Faith Centre at the Penrhyn Road campus from 7-8.30pm (drinks and nibbles from 6.30pm)

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