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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

Memorable Mondays: An LSE Faith & Leadership Testimonial
  Greg Doolittle, MSC in International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies, and one of the first cohort of LSE Faith & Leadership, relates his experience of participating in the Faith Centre’s innovative extra-curricular certificate in religious literacy and effective leadership for … Continue reading

Keeping Our Wits Warm to the Things that Are
A Literary Festival Fringe Event at the LSE Faith Centre Faith Centre Coordinator Jacob Phillips reflects on the LSE Literary Fringe event – Foundations of Faith – held at the LSE Faith Centre.  A few weeks back, the LSE Faith … Continue reading

Leadership for the Post-secular Age
On Wednesday 24th February we welcomed Dr Georgette Bennett to the LSE Faith Centre, to speak on the theme of Leadership for the Post-secular Age. You can read articles by Georgette Bennett here,  and her role in founding the Tanenbaum Foundation … Continue reading

Is Inequality Sinful?
On Friday 23rd January, the LSE Faith Centre hosted the webstreaming of a conference held in Trinity Church on New York’s Wall Street, entitled ‘Creating Common Good’. Here, the Director of the St Paul’s Institute, one of the collaborating organisations, … Continue reading

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