The University of Lincoln is proud of its vibrant and diverse multicultural community and recognises the importance that faith, belief and spirituality plays in the lives of many people. The chaplaincy can put you in touch with different groups and organisations, both religious and non-, which could give you the opportunity to meet new people or connect with others who are like-minded.
Through our Multi-Faith Chaplaincy service, we offer pastoral care, a confidential listening ear and spiritual support to anyone in our University community, no matter whether you consider yourself religious or not. The Chaplaincy is committed to working with students and staff of all faiths and none; and making the University a place of religious tolerance and respect.
Coming to University can be a very important time in your spiritual life. For some, it is an exciting step that helps you own your faith personally; for others, being separated from your faith community at home may be a very daunting prospect.
The Chaplain is here to support you, no matter what your background or faith and will support you in your journey of faith, your practice of your own faith, or your exploration of faith. You can come and pray, meditate or talk things over with the Chaplain, regardless of your religion. The Chaplain also has strong connections with the local community and its communities of faith, and can advise on local places of worship, student faith societies, and how your faith interacts with your academic life.
We also provide welcome hospitality to international students in and out of term time and support with diversity issues relating to your faith and university life.