LSE will be opening its state of the art Faith Centre as part of the new Saw Swee Hock Student Centre in the 2013/14 academic year. This will provide spaces for quiet meditation, devotional use by different faith communities and purpose-built Islamic prayer rooms, as well as housing the chaplain's office.
The Chaplain is available to students of any faith or none for pastoral conversation, he convenes a programme of interfaith events and activities through the year and organises regular services and special events and activities for the whole School such as the Christmas Carol Service and a Multi-faith Act of Remembrance on Holocaust Memorial Day.
The full-time Chaplain works with an ecumenical Christian team and representatives of the various religious societies of the Students' Union, such as the Islamic, Jewish, Buddhist and Baha'i Societies.
The Chaplaincy is in Room G9, 20 Kingsway, opposite the Peacock Theatre and there is also a Muslim prayer room in the basement of Lincoln Chambers. For more information, see Chaplaincy.