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"Chaplaincy makes such a huge difference to us students"
Chaplaincy at Roehampton is a friendly and welcoming community which offers students and staff opportunities to:
The chaplaincy team includes representatives of the Jewish, Hindu and Muslim faiths, as well as Christian chaplains based in the church foundation colleges: Digby Stuart, Southlands and Whitelands.We’re here for everyone; students and staff, those of all faiths and none, regardless of college affiliation or faith perspective.
Each Chaplaincy Centre has a cosy lounge area available to all members of the university, where you can relax away from work, stress, and meet up with friends. You can also enjoy chaplaincy hospitality with a mug of Fairtrade tea or coffee. We organise social events, lunches, games, and film nights, plus lots more.
We encourage all members of the university to take an active role in our local and global community. We offer opportunities to get involved with Fairtrade, green initiatives and volunteering.
We’re here to offer support to everyone in the University, both staff and students, whether you’re “religious” or not. There might be a particular issue you want to talk about, or you might just feel in need of a general chat. We lend a confidential and listening ear and offer you time and space whenever you need it. Equally, if you are celebrating or just want to chat, the door is always open.
On both campuses there are a number of places set aside for quiet reflection. Whether you want to sit quietly, read, pray or light a candle, these spaces are for the use of both students and staff.
Students and staff from all colleges are welcome to any of these spaces. There is a Chaplaincy lounge in Erasmus House in Digby Stuart. There are Christian chapels in Digby Stuart, Southlands and Whitelands. See opposite for details of Muslim prayer rooms.
How to find us - Click for a campus map
Southlands Chapel: map ref no. 5Whitelands Chapel and Social Space: map ref no.36Digby Stuart Chaplaincy Base: Erasmus House, Ground Floor and Chapels across from the Convent Parlour. (Map ref nos. 12 & 14)
Sunday: Evening Social - Chaplaincy Base, Erasmus House, 7:00pmEvening Social - Southlands Chapel, 7:30pmMonday: Coffee Morning - Chaplaincy Social Space, Whitelands, 8:30amCommunity Lunch - Chaplaincy Base, Erasmus House, 12:30-2:00pmTuesday: Coffee Morning - Chaplaincy Social Space, Whitelands, 8:30amFairtrade Lunch - Southlands Chapel, 12:30-2:00pmWednesday: Coffee Morning - Chaplaincy Social Space, Whitelands, 8:30am
Daily Prayers: Froebel College, Medical Centre Annex, Sisters onlySouthlands College, Queen's Building, Brothers 054, Sisters 055Whitelands College, Brothers and Sisters G042Friday Prayers: Digby Stuart College, Howard 001 and 002, 1:10pmThe month of fasting (Ramadhan) will begin on or about the 18th of June 2015 and will last for 30 days. Therefore Eid-al-Fitr celebrations will take place about the 18th or 19th of July.
Froebel College, Michaelis Dance Studio, Thursday 8:00-8:55amDigby Stuart College, St Thomas Chapel, Friday, 1:15-1:45pm
Sunday Worship: Eucharistic Service - Whitelands (Holy Trinity, Roehampton), 10:00amCatholic Mass - Digby Stuart Chapel, 6:00pmPrayer and Worship Student Church - Southlands Chapel, 6:00pmMidweek Services: Oasis Service and Bible Study - Southlands Chapel, Wednesday, 1:00pmCommunion (Anglican/Methodist) - Southlands Chapel, Thurday, 8:15amEucharistic Service - Whitelands Chapel, Fortnightly on Tuesday, 4:00pmPrayer: Celtic Prayers - Digby Stuart St Thomas Chapel, Monday and Wednesday 8:30am and 5:15pmMorning Prayer - Southlands Chapel, Monday-Wednesday and Friday, 8:15amPrayer Meeting - Southlands Chapel, Monday, 7:00pmTaize Prayers - Digby Stuart St Thomas Chapel, 3rd Thursday of the month, 4:30pm
In memory:This term we sadly lost a member of our chaplaincy team and a friend. Fr Robert Kaggwa, our Catholic Chaplain, passed away on Friday the 9th of January 2015, following a sudden collapse. He has left a big gap in our community and we know many of you will want a chance to celebrate, with us, the wonderful memories he’s left behind. We have placed a book of remembrance in the St Thomas Chapel, please do add your messages. We will also be holding a memorial service later in the academic year, about which we will provide more information on this webpage, in time. To be kept informed of Catholic worship and gatherings on campus please contact Ginny (email below)
1. Shobha Sait, 020 8392 3006 (Hindu) firstname.lastname@example.org 2. Rabbi Charley Baginsky, 020 8398 7400 (Jewish) email@example.com 3. Asgar Halim Rajput, 020 8392 3702 (Muslim) firstname.lastname@example.org 4. Rev. David Innes, 020 8392 3497 (Methodist) email@example.com 5. Ella Sibley, 020 8392 3185 (Methodist) firstname.lastname@example.org 6. Rev. Daniel Eshun, 020 8392 3516 (Anglican) email@example.com 7. Rev. Robert Kaggwa 09.05.1959 - 09.01.2015 (Roman Catholic) 8. Ginny Jordan-Arthur, 020 8392 3216 (Roman Catholic and Chaplaincy Coordinator) firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Societies Islamic Society: email@example.com Ahlulbayt Society: firstname.lastname@example.org Christian Union: email@example.com Student Alpha: Roehamptonstudentalpha@hotmail.co.uk Hindu Society:firstname.lastname@example.orgKrishna Consciousness: email@example.com If you are from a faith community that hasn’t got a student society and are interested in setting something up, please contact your faith chaplain.
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