As part of Swansea University’s commitment to promoting equality and diversity, we aim to operate in an environment where the religious and non religious beliefs of all individuals are respected to enable all individuals to achieve their full potential.
Chaplaincy@CampusLife is here for students, staff and community members. All people are welcomed, supported and enriched. Their mission is to offer a safe space for people irrespective of faith, culture, gender or sexual orientation; to explore faith in an open and inclusive environment; to foster co-operation and collaboration between faiths and to offer confidential and non-judgmental support, advice and guidance to anyone who seeks it.
If you'd like to speak to anyone at Chaplaincy@CampusLife you are welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01792 606557 to speak with the team’s administrative support, who can put you in touch with the appropriate person.
The Swansea University Christian Network is a community for postgrad students and staff (however undergrads are also welcome to join us). We are a community of believers seeking to express our faith in every area of our lives, creating a space in the midst of our work lives where Jesus is present and his Spirit is moving. Every week we get together to share from our lives, read scripture, pray and encourage one another in our walk with Jesus. We are a diverse bunch from all different nationalities and backgrounds. We welcome all students and staff, from all christian traditions, no faith or other faiths.
Singleton campus: Tuesday 12.00 Chaplaincy
Bay campus: Wednesday 12.30 Various locations
Please contact Steve Jones SwanseaUniChristianNetwork@gmail.com for more info.
The Mosque at Swansea University can be found on the east side of the Library and Information Centre. The University Mosque is an integral part of the lives of most Muslim students on campus. It has all the facilities you would expect to find in any modern well-equipped mosque. There are separate prayer and washing facilities for men and women, a meeting room and a dedicated Islamic library. The mosque is managed and run by the University’s Students’ Union Islamic Society (ISOC).
The following people would be happy to help you make contact with your faith community in Swansea.
Prof. Gyan N Pande 01792 (60)5253 www.tridev.org
Mrs Norma Glass 01792 (20)6404
Liz Stratton 01792 (60)6613
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Dawn Morgan 01792 (60)6875
For faiths not listed above, please contact the University Chaplaincy for further information.