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The Chaplaincy staff and community are here for all members of the University, whether student or staff, those of all faiths and none.

Chaplaincy is a place where Friendships are formed and nurtured through Learning more about God, ourselves and others, where Worship, both individual and corporate, inspires our participation in God’s life and MissionChaplaincy ethos

We believe that hospitality and acceptance are vital as we seek to live out the two greatest commandments from Jesus, that of loving God and loving others as we love ourselves. Food, friendship, pastoral care, prayer, listening, laughter, tea, tears, coffee and conversation are all part of what we can offer you if you drop into the Chaplaincy:

  • Longfield House (Chaplaincy House) - next to the Binks building on the Parkgate Road Campus.

  • Aiken Hall, Chaplaincy Space, Warrington Campus.

Regular services

During term time we have a regular programme of events:

8.30am Morning Prayer (followed by tea and toast), Chapel
1.05pm Catholic Mass, Chapel
12.30pm Lunchtime Prayers, Chaplaincy House
1.00pm £1 Lunch – simple soup and bread lunch – Chaplaincy House
5.00pm ‘Faith and Food’– freshly cooked hot meal - Chaplaincy House
7.30pm Christian Union, Molloy Building
5.30pm Worship-on-Wednesday (ecumenical), Chapel  
7.00pm CathSoc, St Werburgh’s Church (following 6pm Mass)

Explore our four key values below:

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Chaplaincy House
Longfield House
United Kingdom