Multi-faith Chaplaincy

How can we help

The chaplaincy is here to support you in all sorts of ways, including:

  • a welcoming face and helping hand if you're having problems settling into university life, or at any time during the year
  • a team of chaplains and faith advisors who provide help and advice on all faith-related matters, as well as many other areas
  • support through a bereavement or other tragedy
  • lectures and conferences considering ethical and academic issues
  • a regular mailing to keep you up to date with chaplaincy events – email if you'd like to receive it.

Where to pray

On campus

The Chaplaincy, 1 Kirkby Terrace behind the Rolle Building

The Chaplaincy has a Quiet Room which is available for prayer and quiet reflection by all faiths and none. The Chaplaincy is open weekdays 10:00–16:00 in term time and 12:00–14:00 in vacations.

Multi-faith Prayer Room, 20 Endsleigh Place, Drake Circus, University of Plymouth

Multi-Faith prayer facilities are available on the main campus opposite the Boots Store from 9:00–17:00 weekdays with washing facilities for both genders. Friday congregational prayers (Jumu’ah) for Muslims are offered from 13:15 -13:45 each week during term time.

Sherwell Church, North Hill, Plymouth

Sherwell Church is available on Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:00–13:00 for Christian prayer or for quiet reflection. The Church is accessible from North Hill.

Off campus

Multi-faith Prayer Room, Level 7, Zone E Derriford Hospital, Derriford Road Plymouth PL6 8DU

The Multi-faith prayer room is easily accessible from the John Bull Building. Friday congregational prayers (Jumu’ah) Muslim prayers are offered from 13:15 -13:45 each week.

Dental Education Facility Peninsula Dental School, Exeter, Exeter DEF, Veysey Close, Exeter, EX2 4SG

There is a multi-faith prayer room on the ground floor of the Dental Education Facility

Knowledge Spa, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3HD

There is a multi-faith prayer room at the Knowledge Spa

Within the community

Faith communities and places of worship

Student religious groups