The University of Lincoln Multi-Faith space, based in Witham House, is a facility used for worship, prayer, interfaith discussion and hospitality by the diverse student body.
Witham House has four principal objectives:
- To provide the spaces necessary for different religious groups to pray, worship and explore their faith together on campus.
- To be a centre for interfaith dialogue and common endeavour that seeks to address the religious tensions of today’s world.
- To be welcome and hospitable to all.
- To provide a reflective space on a hectic campus where both students and staff can take time out, away from noise and the stress of work either individually or in organised meditations, yoga, and so on.
Registered University of Lincoln SU Faith Societies committed to principles of interfaith understanding are welcome to use the space for their meetings. Please contact Subash Chellaiah for more information.
Quiet/Meditation Room (WH0005)
A space for any member of the university to use for reflection, meditation, prayer or just to sit quietly.
The chapel is available for Christian formal services, worship, prayer or quiet reflection and sanctuary.
Muslim Prayer Room
Brothers in WH0003
Sisters in WH0006
A space for Muslim prayer and reflection. There are also male and female ablution facilities available at Witham House.
WH0016 is available as an interfaith Library where members of the university can pop in anytime during the break hours. There is a small collection of religious books as well as wellbeing journals.
Chaplains are available at WH0001 for informal chat anytime during the during term times. Members of the university anytime can pop in for a coffee and chat.
You can also book a Volunteer Chaplain/Faith Advisor by contacting the Chaplaincy.