Prayer and Reflection on Campus
- Chaplaincy Prayer and Reflection Room
Open weekdays from 09:00 - 17:00 Located on level 1, Main Building (downstairs from Chaplaincy Offices)
The space includes ablution facilities, prayer space and a reflection area. The room is open to all students and staff and can be booked after 17:00 and at weekends by groups registered with the Students Representative Council (SRC) or by groups recognised by the University. Availability can be checked here.
- The Memorial Chapel
Open weekdays from 09:00 - 17:00 for Individual Prayer and Contemplation.
Please check times of services and events
- University Library Reflection, Prayer and Reflection Room
Located on Level 9 Annexe
Students from all faiths, backgrounds and beliefs are welcome to visit the Library Reflection, Prayer and Wellbeing space for time out from studies and the pressures of student life. The space includes ablution facilities, prayer space and a reflection area. Follow @uofglibrary on social media for more information.
- Friday Jumuah (Muslim) Prayers
Woodlands Hall, 77 Southpark Avenue, G12 8LE (behind the Wellington Church of Scotland). See GUMSA for details, or contact the Inter-faith Chaplaincy for more information: email@example.com
- James McCune Smith Learning Hub, Prayer and Reflection Room
Located on Level 7
Open to all students, the Prayer and Reflection Room provides wudu/washing facilities. Follow @uofglibrary on social media for updates.
- The Clarice Pears Building Faith Room, Level 1, Room 131
Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm for visitors, students and staff. It is a peaceful, intimate space for meditation, reflection and prayer. Designed to be inclusive of all faiths and beliefs (including two separate ablutions rooms.)
- Adam Smith Business School, Level 1
New building next to Advanced Research Centre (ARC) on corner of Dumbarton Road and Church Street. At present only accessible from Level 2 Reception. Open 24/7, with card access after standard office hours. Prayer room is adjacent to two individual, lockable wudus. Additionally, there are lockers, two 'quiet rooms' and two sets of toilets on each floor of the building.
- Sir James Black Building, Room 211
Open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm for students and staff. This space does not include ablutions facilities although there are male and female toilets nearby. The room is accessible by lift down from street level. It is near both the Rm 217 Sports Lab and the Lecture Theatre at 222.
- Garscube Campus Interfaith Prayer Space
Located in Room 105 in the Jarrett Building Lower Ground/Basement Level (accessed from the Jarrett Building main entrance and also from the Sir Henry Wellcome Building via Link Bridge)
- Catholic Chaplaincy, Turnbull Hall
13-15 Southpark Terrace G12 8LG
Visit website for full details of Masses: https://www.guca.co.uk/
- Wellington Church, Home of the Church of Scotland Chaplaincy
77 Southpark Avenue, G12 8LE
- Crypt Café open lunchtime and
- International Students Club. Details on website: wellingtonchurch.co.uk
- The Sanctuary at Glasgow Dental Hospital
Located on Level 2 in Glasgow Dental Hospital and School.
The Sanctuary was developed in partnership between NHS GGC Oral Health Directorate and the University of Glasgow Dental School. It is for use by everyone using the building whether staff members, students, patients or visitors. A room for peace and quiet, for prayer and meditation, set aside from the normal comings and goings of the Hospital and School.
- Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Sanctuary
Located on level 1, next to Bute (Lift and Stair)
Open at all times for patients, visitors, students and staff. It is a peaceful, intimate space for meditation, reflection and prayer. Designed to be inclusive of all faiths and beliefs and a range of spiritual and religious resources are available (including an ablutions room.)
Faith Communities - Glasgow: Places to Worship and Centres of Faith in Glasgow
Here you will find key contact information and websites for the major faiths practised in the city. Places, times and days of worship, celebrations or festivals can be found via the websites listed.
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