Multifaith Chaplaincy
(St Luke's Campus)

* Belief and faith - places of worship, reflection, guidance or support for all faiths and denominations
* Contact details for Rev'd Hannah Alderson
* Photo gallery: St Luke's Chapel

 

Multifaith Chaplaincy (Streatham Campus)

Website: Multifaith Chaplaincy
Email: chaplaincy@exeter.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)1392 723649 or +44 (0)1392 725858
Mobile (24 hrs): 07501 512855

The Chaplaincy at St Luke's Campus

You don't have to be religious to make use of the Chaplaincy; we're here for everyone – staff and students, of all faiths and none. Whether you want to have a discussion about the meaning of life, talk to someone about any personal matter in confidence, or just have a quick chat.

The University chaplaincy is comprised of seventeen Chaplains from different faiths and denominations. As a team we cover both Streatham campus and St Luke's campus – and St Luke's has its own Chaplain, an Anglican priest, the Rev'd Hannah Alderson.

If you would like to speak to a Chaplain from a different faith group, please contact Hannah, or the Multifaith Chaplaincy directly (see contact details on the right).

A place to relax

If you need to take some time out, have a hot cup of something, a little peace and quiet, please feel free to help yourself to tea, coffee, biscuits (and sometimes cake!) that we have in the Chapel – or just relax in the comfy chairs, you are most welcome.

If you would like to make a contribution to the refreshments then please do, but this is not a requirement – more important that you rest a while. There is also a wifi connection for those who wish to study.

If you enjoy playing the piano and would like to spend a bit of time tinkling, then please do see if the Chapel is free. If there's nothing going on then you're welcome to enjoy the mini grand – most people really appreciate hearing it played.

We also have a good quality organ which is used for services and concerts. If you are an organist and would like to practice, please contact Hannah who will be happy to arrange a time.