The Multi-Faith Centre is located in the Students' Union Hub and provides a space for quiet reflection, contemplation and prayer for students and College staff.
The Centre, managed by the Students' Union, consists of two rooms, a lobby and ablution areas. Rooms have been assigned to particular faiths and faith groups at particular times. The timetable is decided in regular consultation sessions with the Students' Union, University and student groups and varies according to the time of year. At all other times the rooms can be used by all Queen Mary students and staff.
Please note the Multi-Faith Centre will be closed from 5pm on Tuesday 18th September until 9am on Friday 21st September for the Welcome Fair event. During this time alternative prayer space is being offered at the following locations;
Tuesday 18th September from 5pm
Wednesday 19 September
Thursday 20 September
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University Faith Services
We are lucky to have a truly multi-cultural student population. We encourage religious tolerance, understanding and co-operation and every effort is made to meet your needs whatever your faith.
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Interfaith Forum meets at least twice a semester to discuss all things faith related. Representatives from each faith society will be invited to come and contribute.
Your Students' Union campaigns to improve the student experience and lives of students. Our campaigns are led by you, our members, so if you feel there is an issue we should be working on contact one of the Students' Union’s Executive Officers.
In order to promote an atmosphere of mutual respect and celebration of diversity; your Students' Union facilitates an Interfaith Group and actively promotes interfaith initiatives.
Every year we hope to run activities that will demonstrate the shared theme of hospitality found in all our faith groups and their aspirations to learn about other faiths in an informal space.
Faith societies have previously been supported by the Lokahi Foundation, hosting an interfaith event called ‘Bridge the Gap’. They transformed the Blomeley Rooms into four quarters for learning about faith. Have a look at the photos from the event here.
We believe through a better understanding of the different faiths across the student body we will be able to develop a stronger community that will be more understanding of the needs of the different faith groups.