Code of Practice
The Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Centre exists to serve the
religious needs of all worshipping groups within the University. In order
to facilitate this, whilst in the Centre all user groups are expected to
exercise self-restraint and a concern for the freedom and dignity of
others. This means:
Respecting other people’s freedom within the
law to express their beliefs and convictions in worship and prayer;
Respecting the convictions of others about food,
dress and social etiquette and not behaving in ways which cause
Always avoiding violence in relationships, in
particular avoiding violent action or language, threats,
manipulation, improper inducements, or the misuse of any kind of
Not misrepresenting or disparaging other people’s
beliefs and practices;
Not actively seeking to persuade others to join
Should any member of the Management Committee be
found to be infringing the Code of Practice, the
Committee may refer the matter to the Registrar and Secretary for
further investigation. The University reserves the right to withdraw
recognition from a religious representative.
Committee of Management
Membership and Terms of Reference will be available soon.
Photographs of the Management Committee.