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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 Centre hosts ‘Europe’s most radical nun’
On Thursday 29 May the Faith Centre welcomed Sister Teresa Forcades to speak on the topic of ‘Faith and Politics’. Described by the BBC as ‘Europe’s most radical nun’, Sister Teresa Forcades is a Benedictine nun and prominent social activist in her … Continue reading

Bishop of London praises ‘desert in the city’
  In a guest blog the Bishop of London, the Rt Revd & Rt Hon Richard Chartres KCVO, contributes an extract of his speech at the dedication of the Faith Centre’s stained glass window…     At a time of some nervousness … Continue reading

Researching Religion: Faith in the social sciences
As part of LSE Research Festival 2014, the evening of Tuesday 6 May saw LSE Faith Centre welcome guests from LSE and elsewhere for a panel discussion focusing on the role of religion in academic research. Here, Anna Gavurin of … Continue reading

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