Is there somewhere I can pray?

The Chaplaincy offers several spaces to pray, as well as regular organised events for different faiths and beliefs. The Multifaith Centre on level 2 of the Owen Building has a quiet space designated for prayer and meditation, Muslim prayer rooms, and multi-purpose meeting space. Please note that occasionally chaplaincy activities are cancelled outside of term time. Email to find out what is on this week in chaplaincy.

Christian studentsChristian Prayer

Morning prayer

A short service in the Christian tradition. Tea and coffee available afterwards.
8.30am every Wednesday during semester time.
Venue: Multifaith Centre Room 2, City Campus.

Holy Communion

Worship according to the rites of the Church of England. Tea and coffee available afterwards.
12.30pm every Monday during semester time.
Venue: Multifaith Centre Room 2, City Campus.

Afternoon Prayers at Collegiate

Thursdays 2-3pm at 'The Retreat' (Oaklands 221, Collegiate Campus). A break in the afternoon for prayer, reflection and fellowship in the Christian tradition, please feel free to drop in as your timetable allows. Refreshments available.

Sheffield Universities Roman Catholic Chaplaincy

The Roman Catholic Chaplaincy covers both universities in the city. For details of Masses and other activities go to Sheffield Universities Catholic Chaplaincy or contact Fr Lee Marshall (Catholic Chaplain).

Local churches

There are a number of churches close to the University that are open for daily worship. Contact for further details.

Muslim prayerMuslim prayer

There are male and female prayer rooms in the Multifaith Centre, Level 2 Owen, City Campus and at Level 1 Oaklands, Collegiate Campus.

Friday prayer takes place in the Sports Hall at City Campus (Level 0 Surrey).

Quiet space for prayer and reflection

There is space to pray, reflect and meditate for people of different religions or of no religion. At City Campus there is the Quiet Room in the Multifaith Centre, and at Collegiate Campus ‘The Retreat’ is in on Level 2 of the Oaklands Building.

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