Spiritual support is available to students and staff of all faiths and none through the Chaplaincy Team.
What Chaplaincy is about
Training and education is not just about learning facts or getting more skilful. It’s to do with how we function as fully mature people. This is often reflected in course requirements: ‘treating other people’s attitudes with respect’, ‘being able to work within a team’, ‘being able to organise own work’ etc. These kinds of qualities are not easy to assess but the emphasis is on the whole person.
Chaplaincy is also interested in the whole person. If you have a spiritual or faith need we’re happy to talk with you. You do not have to belong to a particular faith group. In fact over the years, a large number of people with all sorts of attitudes and opinions have found it helpful to talk to us.
Part of the chaplain’s role is also to encourage everyone to fulfil their true potential. Another very important role of the chaplain is to offer pastoral help for whoever needs it.
We are there in a confidential and professional capacity to listen to your concerns if you wish to talk to us. The Chaplaincy is multi-faith and ecumenical and provides an informal ‘back-up’ to the more formal services offered by Student Services.
You can contact the Chaplaincy Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to an individual Chaplain through the contacts below.
3 Belmont Road,
Church in Wales [Church of England]
Anglican Chaplaincy, Tŷ Denial, Cathedral Office, Diocesan Centre, Cathedral Close, Bangor
Sunday Seravice at 11.00am and Monday Service 6.30pm.
Capel y Ffynnon, Lower Penrallt Hill, Bangor
Sunday Services 10am and 6pm
Revd Dafydd Job
Assemblies of God Pentecostal
Princes Road, Bangor
Sunday Services 10.30am and 6.30pm
Eastern Orthodox Church
Wales Orthodox Mission,
11 Manod Road, Blaenau Ffestiniog, LL41 4DE
Divine Liturgy: Sundays at 10.30am at the Church of All Saints of Wales, Blaenau Ffestinog, LL41 4AF
Dr Sibani Roy
Catholic Chaplaincy, 1 Menai Avenue, Bangor
Sunday Mass at Our Lady and St James Church, Holyhead Road 10am and 5pm.
Mass (with activities for students) on Monday 7.30pm in the Chaplaincy