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Chaplains are directly responsible for a number of different Christian student activities, which are outlined below, but we also recognise that there are other Christian groups at the university which are linked to on the right.
The Catholic Community is one of the largest religious communities at the University. The community is comprised of the SU affiliated Catholic Society and the University Catholic Chaplaincy. Its purpose is to gather together students to share their faith experiences and who are interested in learning more about the Catholic faith. You do not have to be Catholic to join in; we welcome people of all faiths or none and offer friendship, support and hospitality to all.
This group brings together Christian international students from many different nations to study the Bible each week. The studies are designed to allow students to consider how they can best enagage with British culture while studying here, and also to consider how things will have changed when they return. The group meets each week for a meal and Bible study in the Chapel of the Portland Building, on Tuesday evenings, 6:30pm start. For more information, contact Liz Middleton.
SPEAK is a network connecting together young adults and students to campaign and pray about issues of global injustice. Through bringing change to situations of injustice, we aim to share our faith in our all-loving, all-powerful creator: God. We're a community of people getting to grips with campaigning (politics PhD not required!) and sharing our big hopes and dreams for justice. We aim to meet every Monday, in term time, from 7.30pm-9.00pm at Lenton Methodist Church. For more information, contact Dan Woodhouse.
A Pan-Orthodox Society encompassing all Orthodox Christians under the patronage of Saint Nektarios of Aegina. Services are held regularly in the Portland Chapel.
A Christian society comprising of Christians from varying backgrounds, denominations and beliefs united around core truths.
A group of Christians who love God and want to honour Him through the sport that they play.
A group for Christian postgraduate students to consider how their faith impacts their studies.
An informal network of students and friends who are all trying to get to grips with the Christian faith.
An international student fellowship for Christians from a variety of nations.
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