Multi-faith Chaplaincy events
Saturday 25 May, 11.00, Cremyll Ferry
Meet at the Cremyll Ferry, Admirals Hard, Stonehouse at 11.00. Please bring a packed lunch, waterproof coat and £4 for the ferry. We should be back about 15.30 and the walk will be 3-4 miles. No need to sign up. You can get to Admirals Hard on the 34 bus from Royal Parade or walk there.
Chaplaincy Users Group
29 May, 14.00–16.00
A chance to have your say on what you appreciate about the chaplaincy, how it has helped you and how it might develop into the future.
Ascension Day worship
30 May, 13.10 – 13.50, Chaplaincy.
Join us for an informal service of readings, reflections and prayers in the Chaplaincy Upper Room.
Talks by Tibetan Buddhist Monk and Teacher Champtrul Rinpoche
A theoretical and practical guide to meditation – Monday 24 June 2019, 19.00–21.00, Lecture Theatre 1 Roland Levinsky Building
Transitional states between life, death and rebirth – Tueday 25 June 2019, 19.00–21.00, Lecture Theatre 1 Roland Levinsky Building
Free entry, all welcome. Event organised in collaboration with local Buddhists.
Free cream teas: 11–13 and 16–20 September 2019, 14.00–16.30, in the Chaplaincy
Free meals: 16–19 September 2019, 18.00 onward, Sherwell Church Hall – join us for a free meal as we welcome you to Plymouth. Choice of two meals one vegetarian. For all new students.
Mount Edgcumbe Walk - Saturday 21 September 2019 – meet outside theSherwell Centre about 10.30 for a walk around Mount Edgcumbe Country Park.
11–15 November 2019 – programme to be announced.
Two Minute Silence Ceremony
Monday 11 November 2019, 10.50–11.10 at the Portland Square Memorial.
A short ceremony to mark the two minute silence on Armistice Day including laying of wreaths.
The University Carol Service
12 December 2019, 19.30, Methodist Central Hall
Get into the Christmas spirit and join us for a service of readings and carols at Methodist Central Hall. With music provided by the University of Plymouth Choral Society among others and refreshments afterwards. There will be a retiring offering in aid of Shekinah Mission. This year the theme will be “A Victorian Christmas” to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria.