The Chaplaincy organises and/or supports events related to spirituality, ethics, religion, philosophy and world-views: we don't promote any one faith, belief or tradition.
Updated January 2017:
08.30 - 08.45 Morning Prayer – Quiet Room
A time of quiet Christian prayer led by Gill Smart to start the day. All Welcome.
11.00 - 12.30 Drop-in – Chaplaincy Office
Fr andrew Pastore is in the chaplaincy office ready to chat to anyone who wants to talk.
12noon-1.00pm Café Questions – Athena Café
Questions about life, the universe and everything. Look for the Chaplaincy Banner for an informal chat about deep, meaningful questions with members of the Chaplaincy Team. More information: Stephen Lingwood
12.35 - 1.00 Holy Communion (following the Church of England order of service)
Revd Gill Smart leads this service which is open to everyone. More information: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
1.15pm-1.45pm Meditation and stories – Quiet Room
Music, spiritual stories and silence. More information: Stephen Lingwood
4 p.m. - 7 p.m. Christian Union - Quiet Room
Meet for fellowship, fun and Bible study.
12.40 - 1 p.m. Jummah Salah Muslim Prayers – Prayer Room
If you have no time betwen classes to go to a Mosque, come to the Chaplaincy. The Chaplaincy Quiet Room is set aside for females to use during this time if they prefer. The time for Friday Prayer changes when the clocks change and the current time is displayed in the chaplaincy.
February 2017 - Let go of Stress - Drop-in meditation classes with
Buddhist Nun Kelsang Tumo. In the quiet room at 12.45 on Thursday February 2, 9, 16 and 23 for about 15 minutes.
If you know about local events which may be of interest to others, email us on ChaplaincyAdmin@bolton.ac.uk.
The views or beliefs expressed at any of these events do not necessarily reflect the views of the Chaplaincy
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