Welcome to The Chaplaincy Centre. We are the Centre dedicated for use by the different faith communities of Lancaster University, but you don't have to practise any faith to come and use the Centre for the many different activities that happen each week. We hope you will come and visit us in person as well as looking at our web page. These pages reflect a small part of what we are and what we do.
Please join our Facebook Group to find out more about current events and who is going to them, the Facebook group has the most up to date information about what is going on each term.
We welcome visitors to the Chaplaincy Centre. Find out all you need to know about visiting campus here
The Anglican and Free Church Services at the Chaplaincy Centre are changing! We are moving our Sunday morning service to 10.30am. In the vacation we will continue to hold services throughout July and September, but NOT in August. If you need some recommendations of where else to worship please talk to Kara or Kevin and they will be happy to advise.
Starting at the beginning of next term, we will be continuing with a Sunday Morning Service at 10.30am. This will be a quieter more formal and more reflective service. There will no longer be lunch served after the service.
In the evening our 7pm Sunday Service will also be changing in format. The service will begin with some time to worship and sing together and then we have an exciting programme of visiting speakers and home grown activities shaping up to challenge you in living your life as a Christian on campus (and anywhere else!) We are pleased to announce that our speakers for next term will include Cat Smith our local MP, Chris Halliwell from Operation Noah, David Lancaster a local magician, and the leaders of the Methodist and Anglican Churches Paul Davies and Bishop Julian will be doing a double act. Dates to be announced soon!
All our services are open to anyone to attend: no matter what your beliefs or denomination you are welcome.
The Chaplaincy Centre is hosting a performance of Baked Alaska by the Riding Lights Theatre Company on 11 November 2015 at 7.30pm. This play will explore issues of climate change, in preparation for the 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference. Details and bookings can be made here http://ridinglights.org/baked-alaska/
The Chaplaincy Centre will be open daily during the whole of the summer vacation, including University Open Days. You are welcome to visit or to pray.
During July both the Catholic and the Anglican/Methodist/Free Church services will be at 10:30am. During August no Sunday services will be held.