Our Chaplains are available to talk one-to-one with anyone at King’s. We are here to provide pastoral support to anyone who needs it, and it’s what we do best.
Our Chaplains are available to all staff and students, of all faiths and none. We are interested in tackling the big philosophical questions of life, and also in the minutiae of every day living … and everything in between.
Chaplains work on different days and have varied availability, so we would encourage you to check the Chaplains' pages if there is a particular Chaplain (or a particular faith/tradition) that you would like to connect with. If not, feel free to simply email the Chaplaincy and one of us will get back to you.
At present, we are available to meet in person, by appointment only, or online (Microsoft Teams). We are happy to work with the camera turned on or off, just let us know your preference. If you've not used Microsoft Teams before, please don’t let it put you off contacting us - simply get in touch and we will work with you to set a time to meet in a format that works best for you. If you would like to just have an email conversation with someone, that’s fine too.
Our Chaplains are very happy to receive any and all prayer requests for people (first names only for confidentiality), or places or circumstances that you'd welcome prayer for - email us & we will intercede for you.
King's College London has a long and proud tradition of preparing people to serve God. One of the Dean's roles at King's is to encourage and foster vocations to the Church of England priesthood, as well as helping people to discover what God is calling them to do in their everyday lives. If you feel called to explore the possibility of Christian service, whether ordained or lay, short-term or long-term, home or abroad, Anglican or otherwise, please email us and one of our Chaplains will get in touch with you.