However faith guides you, the Chaplaincy team at Leeds Trinity University seek to be diverse, accessible and relevant to you as a student.
We offer regular Mass, daily silent Adoration, student-led sung worship, personal retreats, a multi-faith prayer space, and a Chapel that is open every day for you to use for your own personal prayer and reflection – just pop in!
Our talks, discussion groups and lectures are designed to enable you to learn more about faith, morals, ethics and the deeper stuff of life.
The Chaplaincy team works with various groups across the campus to arrange social, faith-based and charitable trips, events and activities that bring students of all faiths together. Everything we do is open to anyone – there is no Chaplaincy ‘membership’ and there is plenty to get involved with.
Friendship, faith and fun
Our social programme is designed to foster genuine community and belonging for every student on campus.
From hikes in the countryside and games nights to six-a-side football, if it brings people together in a friendship-building environment, then we like to run it!
Our service events also enable students to get involved with serving some of the most vulnerable people in our society, including the elderly, the homeless and many more who need our help.
The Chaplaincy team is here to offer advice, support, or even just a listening ear, and our Chaplaincy Lounge is open every day and evening for a relaxed and friendly getaway on campus.
The Chapel provides a place of peace and contemplation at the heart of campus. It is run by the Chaplaincy for daily Mass and worship gatherings that encourage community celebration, fellowship and sharing.
Multi-faith prayer space
Our multi-faith prayer space on campus can be used for prayer or community worship. It’s open all day and evening for students of all faiths to use and is a spacious room with wash facilities and information about upcoming religious festivals.