The College is home to a diverse and lively community, filled with people from varying backgrounds and worldviews. The role of the Chaplaincy is to care for staff and students. We offer a confidential, non-judgemental listening ear and support. You don’t have to be religious; we are here for everyone regardless of faith or belief.
Throughout the year we seek to recognise many of the major religious and cultural festivals. We often do this in the main social areas and all our activities are designed to be fun and open to everyone.
We also provide:
- Enrichment activities
- Religious services
- Pastoral care
- Charity work
- Responses to tragedy – we are especially here to help anyone who has experienced difficulty, trauma bereavement or loss.
We also have prayer rooms on every campus which can be used by anyone. They are available as a quiet space for reflection and they are equipped with resources for prayer, worship and ritual washing.
Phone number: 024 7624 3355
Our Chaplain is the Reverend Stephen Blyth, an ordained Free Church minister and professionally qualified youth worker (JNC).
Born and bred in Nuneaton, Stephen is committed to supporting all members of our college community with all their life events and is available to see any member of staff and student in confidence.