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LSE Faith Centre
London School of Economics
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London WC2A 2AE
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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

Faith & Leadership: Residential 2017
It was a privilege to be hosted once again at the Royal Foundation of St Katharine for the Faith & Leadership Residential 2017. Last year the residential was a close to the programme, giving participants a chance to step back … Continue reading

The Promise of Religion
Ben Reiff is a first year International Relations undergraduate. Here he shares with us some of his reflections following this year’s Interfaith Encounter trip to Israel and Palestine. The air over Jerusalem is saturated with prayers and dreams Like the … Continue reading

Am I My Brother’s Keeper? Faith Communities Responding to the Syrian Refugee Crisis
Syria is the biggest humanitarian and refugee crisis of our time. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), over 4 million people have fled Syria since 2011 and almost 9 million people are predicted to be internally … Continue reading

Meaningful Mondays: Faith & Leadership 2016
On March 7th Craig Calhoun, Director of LSE, presented the 25 Faith & Leadership 2016 participants with their graduation certificates. Faith & Leadership is an extracurricular programme that aims to deepen student’s understanding of different religions, develop their leadership skills … Continue reading

LSE Holocaust Memorial Commemoration
LSE Faith Centre organized the Holocaust Memorial Commemoration on Tuesday 26th January in the Shaw Library. The theme of this year’s Commemoration is ‘Don’t Stand By’. The Holocaust is constituted of millions of personal tragedies and stories of suffering and loss. The historical … Continue reading