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 Gatehouse Chaplaincy Centre (2013)

 

 

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Christmas!

Don't forget the University Carol Service on 9th December.

We will also be having a Christmas Party here at the Chaplaincy between 18.00 and 21.00 on Christmas Day Thursday 25th December. You are welcome to join us, but please let us know that you are coming chaplaincy@le.ac.uk or Jill on 07745 020597 jm491@le.ac.uk

Most other groups will not be meeting over the vacation, see details. However, Jill will be here for 'Tea at the Chaplaincy' on the Tuesdays 16th December and 6th January between 17.30 and 19.00.

We will be open as much as possible between 10.30 and 14.30 on weekdays, but closed between 26th December and 2nd January. In case of need call 07966 376905

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Do please look at the other pages for more information about the new CAP money course, the Iona and the Taize services and information about our regular weekly activities and groups at the left of this page.

If you would like to check out the Bible and what it teaches in easy-to-understand English then this website may help: www.easyenglish.info

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Your team of chaplains is here to offer help.  We are here for everyone, of any faith or none, for individuals, groups and societies, and we look forward to meeting you. 

For more details of the team see 'People'.     

  

Providing a Chaplaincy to the University of Leicester is the result of a local ecumenical partnership of churches who are part of Churches Together in Leicester.  That partnership enables chaplains from the participating churches to work together and share the use of premises which are very close to the centre of the university but not owned by the university.

In addition to the professional help of the ministers from the churches, and the time given by members of the Chaplaincy Council, we are also fortunate in having the support of individuals who give other kinds of support for example as  'Friends of the Chaplaincy'.

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