We Welcome Faith Communities
Religion and Belief
In the UK, the largest faith communities are Christian, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism and Sikhism. There are also many people of other faiths or who are non-religious, secular, atheist, agnostic and humanist.
Bangor University celebrates diversity among students and welcomes all religions and faiths within our inclusive community. There are great opportunities for meeting people who hold the same beliefs as you and we aim to facilitate good relations between members of different religions and faith groups and as a multi-faith community, we are keen to encourage an understanding of different faiths.
We have a Quiet Room available during teaching hours for individuals to use for silent prayer and thought. There is also a meeting room for groups to book for faith-based activities. Enquiries and bookings can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the facilities and rooms available, visit the Student Services Faith Provision website.
Here at Bangor we welcome individuals from any background and faith into our community and we're committed to promoting a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination. This is covered in our Student Harassment Policy. Visit our harassment web page for more information.
Societies at Bangor
Bangor has a number of Faith Societies which provide opportunities for students of faith to come together. Please visit the UNDEB Bangor website for more information.
Click here for contact details of local faith provision.
The University Chaplaincy Team offer pastoral help to anyone who needs it. They can talk to you confidentially about any concerns or spiritual needs you may have.
There are also individual Chaplains that you can contact. This information and further information about the Chaplaincy Team is available on their website.
The Faith Matters website provides information about campaigns and events to reduce extremism and inter-faith tensions.
The Faith Matters 'Tell MAMA' campaign records and measures anti-Muslim incidents and supports Muslim communities affected by anti-Muslim hate crime.
The campaign to 'TAKE ON HATE' stands against all forms of hate and prejudice toward any group of people.