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Chaplaincy

Located at the heart of the University campus, the chaplaincy is open to students of all faiths and none. It celebrates the wealth of nationalities, cultures and beliefs represented here at the University of Stirling, and is a place where you’ll always find an understanding ear and a friendly face.

Where to find us

The chaplaincy is located in the Andrew Miller building, between the atrium and the Students' Union and is open from 9am–6pm during term time. If you have any questions we can help you with, please get in touch.

Support and guidance

Our team of chaplains can offer you emotional, spiritual or practical support and guidance, regardless of whether you want to discuss everyday issues or life’s bigger moments. Chaplains provide an independent sounding board, an opportunity to ask questions of faith or a non-religious nature, and can also carry out hospital visits for you or someone you know.

The chaplaincy’s quiet room is a space you can stop by anytime for reflection and meditation, while our communal area is a lively and sociable place to study, meet friends old and new, or play on our guitars or piano. Whatever your reasons for stopping by, you’ll always get a warm welcome.

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Your chaplaincy team

Our chaplains are drawn from the Bahá'í, Christian, Islamic, Jewish and Sikh faiths, and are here for students of all faiths and none.

Event schedule

See a schedule of the regular and one-off events taking place in the chaplaincy, as well as details of how to book the space. 

More information

Access helpful resources, read more about the chaplaincy and find out about our on-campus labyrinth.

Confidentiality and Data Sharing

We respect the privacy of everyone who uses our University Support Services. Take a closer look at our full documentation on Confidentiality and Data Sharing.

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