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Chaplaincy is the provision of pastoral (spiritual) support for staff. College-based chaplaincy has been the traditional form of faith-based support within the University which, for historical reasons, has been predominantly Anglican. With the advent of other faith groups within the University, additional models of chaplaincy have developed wherein denominations, agencies and University societies nominate chaplains who may be academics, local or visiting clerics or laity, on either a stipendiary or voluntary basis.

Chaplaincy for non-collegiate staff is also provided by Great St Mary’s, which has been the University Church since the 13th century.


Premises provided by the University

There is an up to date listing on the ED&I website.