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The Chaplaincy

​​​The Chaplaincy plays an integral part in th​e life of Leeds Trinity University. The Chaplaincy team is committed to living out the Catholic faith within the University and wider community by serving others in Jesus’ name.​
The Chaplaincy provides:
  • an open and friendly space with free tea and coffee
  • spiritual and religious guidance
  • inclusive social events for students and the wider community
  • pastoral care

Download the Chaplaincy's programme for 2015 

Social activities

We host a wide range of events throughout the year that include day trips, walks and gatherings such as Tea on the Landing – next to the Atrium main entrance. It's a great way to make new friends and enjoy a well-deserved break. You'll also get a visit to your course department from the Tea on Tour where you can get lots of goodies.

Spiritual life

Prayer and worship are the most important activities of Chaplaincy life. The Chapel provides a place of reflective space for time with God and is open to everyone between 7am and 11pm. There is also a well-appointed multi-faith prayer space with ablution facilities.

You can join in with our varied worship programme that runs throughout the year and includes daily Mass, lunchtime services, morning and evening prayer and meditation.

Students can find out the most up-to-date information through the Chaplaincy student intranet announcements.

Faith formation

You may be interested to find out more about the Christian faith. We run a series of initiatives including Alpha courses, a Bible Study Group and a group for people who want to learn about Catholic teaching.

Find out more about the Chaplaincy community groups​ 

Contact us​

You can make yourself known to our friendly team by popping in. Get the latest news on upcoming social gatherings and the worship programme by signing up to the regular e-newsletter. Let us know how we can help you on +44 (0) 113 283 7100 ext. 393 or chaplaincy@leedstrinity.ac.uk.

Follow us @LTChaplaincy, Father Paul's blog posts and the Chaplaincy Facebook group.​