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LSE Faith Centre
London School of Economics
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE
Tel +44 (0)20 7955 7965

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Come and visit us in the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, room 2.01  (Map|)

Faith Centre


Welcome to the LSE Faith Centre webpages. The Faith Centre is the new home for LSE's diverse religious activities, our interfaith programme, and a reflective space for all staff and students. Come and visit us on the second floor of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.


“Religion is prominent in the public sphere and important in private life, not least on our university campuses. I am delighted that the LSE is leading the field in opening this state of the art Faith Centre. It respects the importance of religious identity to many of our staff and students while also promoting the kind of engagement and dialogue that must always characterise the university.”

Professor Craig Calhoun, LSE Director


Latest from our blog

First ever Shabbat meal on LSE campus!
  Jay Stoll is the General Secretary of the LSE Student’s Union. Here he discusses why taking part in  LSESU Jewish Society’s first Shabbat meal was so important to him…     LSE’s wonderful new Faith Centre hosted its first … Continue reading

Complexity or conflict: Mediation as a tool for reconciliation
  Pablo Mota-Rodriguez is a post-graduate student on the Development Studies programme. Here he discusses what he has learnt during the LSE Interfaith Ambassadors mediation training…     As part of our training to become LSE Interfaith Ambassadors, the LSE … Continue reading

The benefits of meditation
  Stef Hackney is a Mental Health and Well-Being Advisor in the LSE Teaching and Learning Centre. Stef regularly takes part in the Faith Centre’s meditation sessions and here explains some of its benefits…   The hectic pace and demands … Continue reading

Faith Centre engages with local schools
  Reverend Dr James Walters, LSE Chaplain and Interfaith Adviser, writes about the Faith Centre’s relationships with the local community, widening participation and promoting interfaith dialogue in local schools…     Public engagement is a core part of LSE’s work and … Continue reading

Encountering “the other” in the Holy Land
Ali Issa is a second year Economic History undergraduate. Here Ali shares with us some of the challenges he overcame during the LSE interfaith trip to the Holy Land…   By the time I was on the coach after departing … Continue reading