Chaplaincy

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Chaplains provide support to students of faith but also of no faith, on campus or at St. Peter’s House, along with access to volunteering schemes that provide development and support opportunities.

Chaplains work closely with student faith societies and University staff and there are a number of reasons why students access their support – to discuss the bigger questions in life, for a listening ear when life is challenging, to ask a Chaplain to advocate for them or for help in deepening their faith. 

St Peter's House offers opportunities for students to connect in a safe and inclusive space for those with or without faith. Located on Oxford Road between Manchester Met and the University of Manchester, you may have seen their vibrant ‘you are enough’ sign – a message from the team inviting everyone to ‘come along and just be you’. 

They also operate the Milk and Honey café, a non-profit community café run by volunteers, and offer a programme of activities including yoga, mindfullness and relaxation classes, as well as volunteering opportunities and bookable spaces for meetings

Manchester Met Chaplain: Mohammed Ullah 0161 247 3501 mohammed.ullah@mmu.ac.uk

St Peter’s House: 0161 275 2894 office@stpeters.org.uk  stpeters.org.uk

Multi-Faith Quiet Space: St Peter’s House, Oxford Road, M13 9GH. Open Monday to Friday, 10:00am to 3:00pm

Muslim Prayer Room: ground floor, Cavendish North Building. Open Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 9:00pm. Saturday and Sunday, 10:00am to 4:00pm

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