Events Calendar

Aug
17
Fri
Prayer of the Heart
Aug 17 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Finish the week well with a wind-down in the chapel and prayer based on the Orthodox Prayer of the Heart.

Open to all.

Coffee/tea from 4.30pm.

Contact assistant chaplain David Ephrem at d.berryman@leeds.ac.uk or the Chaplaincy office on 0113 343 5071 for more information.

Chinese Bible Fellowship – Cantonese and English @ Emmanuel Centre
Aug 17 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Join pastors from the Leeds Chinese Christian Church to socialise and learn in your language – Cantonese and English groups.

Explore the Bible and your own faith, meet other Mandarin speaking students and celebrate Chinese traditions as well as learning about British culture and traditions.

Food is provided.

Contact Pastor Kim at k.y.f.chan@leeds.ac.uk or the Chaplaincy office on 0113 343 5071 for more information.

Aug
20
Mon
Prayer of the Heart
Aug 20 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm

Join Assistant Chaplain David Ephrem for prayer to start the week, in the style of the Orthodox Prayer of the Heart.

This is an excellent session to focus the mind and pray for the challenges of the week to come, and to be thankful for the weekend that has passed.

Contact David Ephrem at d.berryman@leeds.ac.uk or the Chaplaincy office on 0113 343 5071 for more information.

Aug
21
Tue
Breathe – Quaker style worship
Aug 21 @ 1:10 pm – 1:40 pm

Silent prayer in the Quaker style, open to all.

Followed by a light lunch in the Wilson Room.

Contact r.fishwick@leeds.ac.uk or the chaplaincy office on 0113 343 5071

Aug
22
Wed
Campus Communion
Aug 22 @ 1:10 pm – 1:40 pm

Holy Communion administered by one of our licensed ministers from a Christian denomination, open to all.

Followed by a light lunch in the Wilson Room.

Contact m.ward@leeds.ac.uk or the chaplaincy office on 0113 343 5071

International Students’ Club @ Emmanuel Centre
Aug 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

International Students’ Club (ISC) is provided by local churches for students to socialise, learn about British culture and share something of their own culture. British and overseas students/staff are welcome at this activity.

Each week there is food and a social activity or outing, from music and dancing through to birds of prey demonstrations and explorations of local parks and footpaths. Seasonal celebrations are explained and we participate in local traditions.

We believe that people of all backgrounds are unique and special but can work together in a spirit of unity if they are willing to learn from each other and build friendships across cultural barriers.

Optional Bible study and spiritual discussion to close the evening.

Contact Anna on a.spiegel@leeds.ac.uk or the Chaplaincy office on 0113 3435071 for more information.

Aug
24
Fri
Prayer of the Heart
Aug 24 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Finish the week well with a wind-down in the chapel and prayer based on the Orthodox Prayer of the Heart.

Open to all.

Coffee/tea from 4.30pm.

Contact assistant chaplain David Ephrem at d.berryman@leeds.ac.uk or the Chaplaincy office on 0113 343 5071 for more information.

Chinese Bible Fellowship – Cantonese and English @ Emmanuel Centre
Aug 24 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Join pastors from the Leeds Chinese Christian Church to socialise and learn in your language – Cantonese and English groups.

Explore the Bible and your own faith, meet other Mandarin speaking students and celebrate Chinese traditions as well as learning about British culture and traditions.

Food is provided.

Contact Pastor Kim at k.y.f.chan@leeds.ac.uk or the Chaplaincy office on 0113 343 5071 for more information.

Aug
29
Wed
Campus Communion
Aug 29 @ 1:10 pm – 1:40 pm

Holy Communion administered by one of our licensed ministers from a Christian denomination, open to all.

Followed by a light lunch in the Wilson Room.

Contact m.ward@leeds.ac.uk or the chaplaincy office on 0113 343 5071

International Students’ Club @ Emmanuel Centre
Aug 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

International Students’ Club (ISC) is provided by local churches for students to socialise, learn about British culture and share something of their own culture. British and overseas students/staff are welcome at this activity.

Each week there is food and a social activity or outing, from music and dancing through to birds of prey demonstrations and explorations of local parks and footpaths. Seasonal celebrations are explained and we participate in local traditions.

We believe that people of all backgrounds are unique and special but can work together in a spirit of unity if they are willing to learn from each other and build friendships across cultural barriers.

Optional Bible study and spiritual discussion to close the evening.

Contact Anna on a.spiegel@leeds.ac.uk or the Chaplaincy office on 0113 3435071 for more information.