Often University is a time when we work out what is meaningful and discover what brings joy, heartache, fear and hope. It can be the time to ask life’s big questions. St Cuthbert’s Society encourages all students (and staff) to explore the spiritual, philosophical and religious dimensions of life.
Whatever your position on religion, your philosophical outlook, your nationality, gender, sexual orientation or role within the University, Cuth’s chaplain Julia Candy, is here to offer you non-judgemental hospitality and support.
The College is committed to valuing the range of views held about religion and belief; it is serious about dialogue and welcomes diversity. The College is committed to working in an inter-faith context, promoting dialogue with members of all faiths and beliefs.