Chaplaincy

I have come that they may have life
And have it to the full

John 10:10

St. Thomas Aquinas, a Dominican, was a great thinker and theologian. He is the patron state of colleges and universities. Like most Dominicans he encouraged debate and questioning. Everyone asks big questions at times, for example ‘What is the meaning of life?’, ‘What do I believe?’ or ‘Is God real?’. Chaplaincy can help students and staff alike to discover for themselves some of the answers to these questions. Aquinas College has a wonderful reputation for “living life to the full” (John 10v10) and chaplaincy exists to help you do just that.

The Chapel is always open for personal reflection, and there are some set times for community prayer. Chaplaincy also supports enrichment in the college including Christian Union, Global Justice & Peace and The India Project.

I hope to get to know you soon,
Carmel

Where?
The Chapel is at the front of the building, next to the main entrance.
The Chaplaincy office is at the heart of the college, next to the canteen.
Please feel free to also get in touch by email: [email protected]

Prayer
Quiet Minds Prayer is a short meditation focusing on stillness and is in the Chapel each morning at 8.30 for 10 minutes.
Mass times will be announced on a weekly basis.