People

Members of the Chaplaincy Team

RoleNameTelephoneEmail

Coordinating Chaplain and Anglican Chaplain

Stephen Foster

Stephen Foster

0116 285 6493*

saf30@le.ac.uk

PLEASE NOTE THAT STEPHEN IS ON SABBATICAL LEAVE FROM 30TH APRIL TO 6TH AUGUST 2018.

PLEASE CONTACT THE CHAPLAINCY OFFICE OR ANOTHER CHAPLAIN FOR HELP: Coordination of the team will be shared by David and Lynn.

Chaplain to
International Students

Ros Henwood

Ros Henwood

0116 285

6493*

 rfh7@le.ac.uk

Part-time

Administrator

Susan Cope

Susan Cope 0116 285 6493*

spc16@le.ac.uk

Part-time in the office

 

 

United Reformed Church Chaplain

Lynn Fowkes

Lynn Fowkes  07804 649442

lf100@le.ac.uk  

or St Stephen's Church at ststephensurc@gmail.com

 

 

Roman Catholic Chaplain

David Rocks Uni

 

David Rocks 0116 255 3856 see www.facebook.com/leicestercatholicstudents
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WHEN CHAPLAINS ARE VISITING DEPARTMENTS:    

1. David Rocks covers the Percy Gee, Fielding Johnson, Ken Edwards, Astley Clark buildings and the Attenborough Arts Centre/ Maurice Shock area.

2. Stephen visits the Attenborough building, Mathematics & Computer Science, College House, Engineering, Michael Atiyah and the Library (including the coffee shop!).

3. Lynn takes the satellite areas around New Walk and adjacent roads. She also responds to needs at the Infirmary.

4. Stephen also visits within the Adrian, Bennett, Physics & Astronomy, Rattray, George Porter, Charles Wilson, Archaeology, Computer Centre and Bio Centre.

5. The Oadby Halls and satellites are covered by the team as a whole, which is based at the Gatehouse Chaplaincy Centre itself.

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Call on us at the Gatehouse, opposite Entrance 2 to the university (map)

tel: 0116 285 6493

Email: chaplaincy@le.ac.uk

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