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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.

Latest from our blog

Craig Calhoun on a Postsecular Future
LSE Director Professor Craig Calhoun speaks on a number of short videos uploaded on the William Temple Foundation Youtube channel, in which he discusses various aspects of faith, postsecularity and contemporary society. These are well worth a watch to wet … Continue reading

Interfaith Week: How I learned to go with the flow
The LSE Student’s Union organised a variety of events in and around the Faith Centre for Interfaith Week 2015. The SU Communications Officer Mary Leong shares her experiences of meditation here, where she found herself pleasantly surprised after a Meditation … Continue reading

Mutually Supportive Connectedness on the Interfaith Buddies Scheme
This term saw the pilot run of the new Interfaith Buddies scheme, fostering constructive encounters and engagements between LSE students of different faiths and belief systems in the context of small discussion groups. Here, Anthropology and Law student Catherine Whittle … Continue reading

Planting the seeds of wisdom at the Faith Centre official opening
The official opening of the LSE Faith Centre featured a dialogue between former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Williams of Oystermouth, and renowned sociologist Prof. Bruno Latour, chaired by the LSE Director Prof. Craig Calhoun, on the theme of Religion and … Continue reading

Making our LSE community one that exports peace
  Community and Welfare Officer and Alumnus Seb Bruhn attended We are All Human at the LSE Faith Centre, and records his impressions in this post. He concludes that if we can be more open to sincerely respecting and trying to relate … Continue reading