NTU Faith and Chaplaincy
We’re committed to celebrating the rich cultural diversity of our students here at Nottingham Trent University (NTU). Your faith and spiritual wellbeing is an important part of this commitment. At NTU Faith we provide a range of innovative activities to engage you in the conversation about faith, create spaces for prayer, meditation or reflection on campus and coordinate opportunities to connect with our diverse external faith communities.
NTU Faith offers you the opportunity to explore and celebrate a huge range of faith-based festivals on campus. We also create opportunities to widen student experience of religions by visiting different places of worship. Through interfaith dialogues, we’re building lasting friendships and a culture of understanding.
Our Chaplaincy team is led by our coordinating chaplain Reverend Richard Davey who is a Christian Anglican priest. The team provides pastoral support to anyone encountering problems or worry – be it a decision you've made or need to make, general anxiety, homesickness, loneliness, a relationship breakup, or a bereavement.
We also provide a free Connect Lunch every Tuesday between 12 pm – 2 pm at the Wellbeing room on Clifton Campus. This is a neutral space where you can find a caring, generous community that welcomes everyone.
The Chaplaincy team also has Jewish, Muslim, and Catholic chaplains, and a chaplain based at our Brackenhurst Campus. Email our team to get in touch with the chaplains.
We have Muslim prayer rooms across our campuses:
- City Campus – DiCE building
- Clifton Campus – Student Support Services building
- Brackenhurst Campus – Pippin building
It’s an exciting time, and we’re also making great progress through our Faith Ambassadors Project – an initiative that’s promoting the value of faith across NTU and the wider community.
To find out more contact Clive Foster, NTU Multi-Faith manager, or email NTU Faith.