Keele University Chapel
The Chapel is right in the middle of campus. You might love its retro sixties architecture, or perhaps you’ll think it looks like a castle. Either way, you can’t miss it!
At the Chapel you’ll find an inclusive and diverse Christian community, varied regular worship, a full-time Chaplaincy team who serve staff and students of all faiths and none, and a variety of student Christian groups. If you want to talk to one of the Chaplains then just pop in and say hi during the day, or if you would rather make an appointment then drop us an email.
The Chapel is open every day in term-term offering free tea and coffee, a place to meet friends, space for prayer or quiet reflection, and individual support and advice if requested.
Worship and prayer lie at the heart of everything we do at Keele Chapel.
The Chapel is a Local Ecumenical Partnership (L.E.P.), which means that major Christian denominations are represented and work together. We work hard to ensure that, whatever your background – Catholic, Methodist, Baptist, Anglican, Pentecostal, Quaker, or none of the above! – you will feel at home and find something for you.
On Sundays we usually have three services in the Main Chapel:
TEN:15 is (oddly enough!) at 10.15am and is an ecumenical service open to all
Catholic Mass follows on at 12.30
The Late service is an informal, student-led gathering at 7.30pm during term times
During the vacations both TEN:15 and Mass continue, but in the East Chapel rather than the Main Chapel. If you are around in vacation time, do join us.
In addition various student Christian groups meet regularly for worship in the chapel and elsewhere. For more details, visit our groups page.
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in our worship, in music, drama, reading, leading prayers and more. Speak to a Chaplain (or member of the Late Service Planning Committee) to find out more.