Established in 2015, the Friends of the Chaplaincy programme aims to maintain and grow connections with former students, staff and friends of the Church of Ireland & Methodist chaplaincies at Queen’s.
Through our mailing list and events, we want to help Friends remain part of the wider chaplaincy community.
There are a number of ways that former students continue to support and take part in chaplaincy life:
- Through the worshipping community of the Church of the Resurrection;
- By serving on the committees and governance structures of the chaplaincy;
- Coming along to regular events like the Annual Theological Lectures;
- Enjoying special reunion events, like the 2017 Gala Ball;
- Encouraging children and relatives to consider living in the student accommodation;
- Supporting our work through regular donations;
- Connecting with the Friends of the Chaplaincy group on Facebook;
- Praying for our students and the ministry in Belfast.
- Church of Ireland Theological Lecture at Queen’s 2016 – Rt Revd Justin Welby
- 50th Anniversary Service – Church of the Resurrection
- Chaplaincy Reunions, November 2016
Did you live in the Church of Ireland or Methodist chaplaincies during your time at university?
We’d love to be able to get back in touch with you regarding the goals listed above. We will not use your details for any other purpose. At most, you could expect to hear from us, primarily via email updates, 3-4 times a year, usually with an invitation or information about events at the chaplaincy.
It really helps if we can hunt down as many old faces as possible – why not take a moment and share this link with any Centre folk you might still be in contact with?
Why not call in sometime?
Recently, we’ve complied many old photos and documents to create ‘The Hub Archives’ – a display of original artefacts from the Centre’s history, which is available to view on request. Why not call in to The Hub Cafe, get a cup of tea of coffee, and ask if you could have a look?