The Multi-Faith Centre is located on the second floor of the Students' Union Hub and provides a space for quiet reflection, contemplation and prayer for students and staff.
The Multi-Faith Centre consists of two rooms, a lobby and ablution areas. The rooms are assigned to particular faiths and faith groups at different times. This timetable is decided in consultation with student groups and varies according to the time of year. During Open Prayer times, the rooms can be used by all students and staff of Queen Mary University of London for quiet reflection, contemplation and prayer.
The Multi-Faith Centre will re-open on Monday 6th September, Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
The space will also be open for Arrivals Weekend on 18th and 19th September from 9am to 5pm. From Monday 20th September the space will be open Monday to Friday, 9am to 9pm.
The Students' Union is committed to ongoing consultation with our members and with users of the Multi-Faith Centre in order to best meet the needs of students and staff of faith and belief. We aim to achieve this through meeting with faith societies and users of the Multi-Faith Centre throughout the year.
The Interfaith Forum provides students with the opportunity to raise any issues surrounding faith at the University, work on interfaith initiatives, provide feedback on any issues associated with the use of the rooms, make recommendations for their use and discuss the suitability of the timetable. If you would like to attend this group, please email us at email@example.com.
BLSA Building Multi-Faith Rooms (Whitechapel)
At the Barts and The London Students' Association building based on our Whitechapel Campus we provide multi-faith spaces for student and staff use in the lower ground floor of the building. The spaces are open for use throughout the opening hours of the BLSA building, these are currently reduced, Monday-Friday 11am-3pm).
Protocol of Use
To view the Protocol of Use for the Multi-Faith Centre please click here. This document outlines the purpose of the rooms and is reviewed periodically by members of the Interfaith Forum.