Prayer and Contemplation Facilities
The University has an inclusive multi-belief Chaplaincy providing services to staff, students and visitors, such as prayer and contemplation rooms and garden; faith specific kitchen and washing facilities; as well as being able to meet the Chaplain.
People are welcome to attend each other’s worship, e.g. Muslim Prayers, Jewish Shabbat, Christian Services, Pagan festivals, and also attend each other’s societies.
Room Layout Map/Flyer: Prayer Facilities (PDF, 375 KB)
Physical Access Guide to the Chaplaincy building: DisabledGo-Chaplaincy
- Using the Chapel
- The University Chaplain leads Morning Prayers in St Salvator's Chapel from 8:40-8:50am every Monday to Friday morning during term-time.
- St Salvator's Chapel is open from 8am to 5pm for individual prayer and meditation, Mon to Fri (unless a service is taking place).
- The Chapel is also open from 9am to 5pm on Saturdays year round, and 9am to 5pm on Sundays outside of term time, subject to bookings; further details at https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/community/worship/
- There are now two Islamic Prayer rooms, one for men and one for women - the sisters' prayer room is in Klibreck, opposite the brothers' prayer room in Mansefield. These rooms are open all year.
- There is a multi-faith space in Agnes Blackadder Hall on the North Haugh, located on the third floor, open during term time only.
- Prayer, meditation and worship are led by Buddhist Meditation society, Christian Union, Jewish Society, Muslim Students Association, Quakers and other groups in Mansefield, and are open to all – details from the Chaplaincy at https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/chaplaincy/faithsocietycontact/
- Physical Access Guide: DisabledGo Chapel
- Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mansefield/
- Newsletter: Anyone interested may subscribe to the Chaplaincy newsletter by getting in touch with the Chaplaincy, contact details are available at: https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/chaplaincy/contact/
University Chaplaincy Booklet: