Our chaplains can help you if you are going through a personal crisis, feeling homesick or lonely, need special consideration, have a prayer request, or are curious about spiritual questions.
We offer individual or group spiritual counselling, support, prayer and meditation groups, religious education and workshops on a variety of topics, in order to support the faith development of the campus community.
Chaplains can offer support by:
- being available at critical moments to facilitate your personal and spiritual growth
- providing personal and/or spiritual support regardless of faith tradition
- connecting you with appropriate groups for support.
In this climate of diversity and challenging global issues chaplains may also:
- facilitate discussion groups on a wide variety of theological, ethical and justice-related concerns
- provide advice and assistance to the campus community at times of celebration, mourning and transition
- encourage and nurture the development of a sense of shared community
- create an environment of multi-faith respect and cooperation.
Please check with individual chaplains (see Faiths Represented page) or chaplaincy on firstname.lastname@example.org
*PLEASE NOTE: As of March 2020, in accordance with the Vice Chancellor's directive, all faith groups' gatherings, Masses, Friday Prayers, discussion groups and meditations have been cancelled until further notice.
Multi-faith meditation series
Meditation session times -UTS chaplains conduct a series of meditations throughout the year offering students and staff an opportunity to experience a variety of traditions. No experience necessary.
Tuesdays, 1pm and 4pm (room CB.03.05.008)
Fridays, 12 noon and 4pm (room CB.03.05.17a)
Forums/Discussion Groups - TBC- check our online groups.
If you wish to take part in a Remote Meditation:
( Please Note: UTS Multi-faith on campus meditation series and Forums/discussion groups for 2020 to be confirmed later in the year).