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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

Faith, belief and belonging

Faith, belief and belonging
Thursday 2 May 2019

Facing the Future is a series of events arranged jointly by All Saints' Church Kingston, and Faith and Spirituality at Kingston University. The sense of common belonging is under strain, both in Britain and elsewhere. How can people of different faiths be true to their beliefs, but belong together in a common community? Each session has two local speakers from differing faith positions. This session: speakers from Buddhism and Hinduism.

Faith, belief and belonging

Faith, belief and belonging
Thursday 9 May 2019

Facing the Future is a series of events arranged jointly by All Saints' Church Kingston, and Faith and Spirituality at Kingston University. The sense of common belonging is under strain, both in Britain and elsewhere. How can people of different faiths be true to their beliefs, but belong together in a common community? Each session has two local speakers from differing faith positions. This session: speakers from Christianity and Humanism.

Faith, belief and belonging

Faith, belief and belonging
Thursday 23 May 2019

Facing the Future is a series of events arranged jointly by All Saints' Church Kingston, and Faith and Spirituality at Kingston University. The sense of common belonging is under strain, both in Britain and elsewhere. How can people of different faiths be true to their beliefs, but belong together in a common community? Each session has two local speakers from differing faith positions. This session: speakers from Judaism and Islam.

Irreligion and the Critique of Religion: The CRMEP Graduate Conference 2019

Irreligion and the Critique of Religion: The CRMEP Graduate Conference 2019
Friday 7 June 2019

Proposals are currently being sought for twenty minute papers from doctoral students and early career researchers that problematise the philosophical critique of 'religion' or that take up philosophical irreligion more broadly, and that do so from a standpoint that may be sensitive, polemical, or ambivalent.

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