Chaplaincy and Meeting House

Welcome

Discover the Meeting House and the University Chaplaincy at Sussex.

If you would like to book the Meeting House, Chapel or Quiet Room for an event, please email Janine j.s.thorogood@sussex.ac.uk

About the Meeting House and Chaplaincy

The Meeting House is right in the middle of campus by Library Square. It's not only an excellent place for chilling out, quiet study, chatting with friends or eating your lunch, but also the base for chaplains working on campus.

Chaplains do not just provide a service for members of their faith group but are here for the whole campus community, whether this means having a chat about faith issues or matters unrelated to religion and faith. If you want to talk to one of the Chaplains, then pop in and say hi during the day, or if you would rather make an appointment, drop us an email.

Inside the Meeting House

We are here to fill the gap for those who may not be interested in religion as such but would value talking about some of the "big questions" about life, direction, and the stuff that makes us tick.

Or you may just want to sit in the beautiful chapel on the first floor, whatever your religious peruasion – or lack of one – and be quiet for a time. 

We also provide regular opprtunities through the week for staff and students to de-stress and relax through mindfulness and meditation sessions.

The First Floor is an amazing kaleidoscopic round building on the upper floor of the Meeting House – a kind of Christian Stonehenge – where the light is different every week and the atmosphere charged with a sense of the sacred. 

There is a small kitchen where you can get a tea/coffee or use the micowave with space by the kitchen for you to relax and meet friends.

The Meeting House is open Monday to Friday 7.30am-8pm during term time and 7.30-4pm during vacation

Come and find friends, support and a big welcome for everyone – regardless of religious affiliation.

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  1. 27 June 2022

    Catholic Mass

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