The Faith Centre recognises that for many students on campus, practising faith and spirituality is an integral part of being well and keeping life in balance. Regardless of your faith and belief, taking time away from the noise of campus to pause, tune in or pray is becoming increasingly important.
The Faith Centre provides reflective spaces and serves as wellbeing hub, hosting a range of activities including Mindfulness, Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga and Tai Chi. More information on class details can be found on our Wellbeing pages. The Cave in the Faith Centre is available to all LSE staff and students who need a quiet place on campus for reflection or prayer. This space cannot be booked but is open to all throughout the week. The Faith Centre has a team of associate chaplains available to speak confidentially on any issue arising during your time at the LSE regardless of faith or belief. The Faith Centre Director and Chaplain to the LSE, Revd Dr James Walters, can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org