Discover what Durham and the surrounding area has to offer in the form of faith support and different faith communities.
Spiritual Wellbeing LeafletChaplains are an integral part of the welfare provision and pastoral support that the University offers both to staff and students. Chaplains at Durham are either based in Colleges where their care is for all members of College, or they work across the University where the Chaplain usually represents a particular denomination or faith community (though they are still available to everyone).
University is a formative place. It can be a time in life that raises questions about identity, belief and your own personal values. Chaplains are here to help you explore these kinds of questions. They are also available to encourage those of faith and those looking to learn about faith.
It is our hope that you enjoy to the fullest your time at Durham University. Through our different Chaplaincies, we believe we have a lot to offer you. We look forward to meeting you. Please never hesitate to be in touch with us if you think we can be of help firstname.lastname@example.org.
Durham University has a small community of Buddhists from various traditions.
Both Durham City and the University have a strong Christian heritage.
The University has a large and active Islamic Society.
The University's Jewish Society is one of the fastest-growing in the country.
The University has a substantial number of Hindu students and staff.
The North East is home to a number of Sikh communities and gurdwaras.