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Where to pray

King’s College London was founded in the tradition of the Church of England and today welcomes students of all beliefs and backgrounds. 

The Dean of the College has religious and spiritual oversight within the university community in accordance with the purposes for which King's was established. This includes overseeing the provision for prayer and worship wherever possible.

We have a tradition of encouraging faith or religion to be explored and expressed in the public arena. 

Chapels and rooms for prayer and reflection at King's

  • College Chapel, Strand campus
  • Chapel of Thomas Guy, Guy's campus
  • Hospital Chapel, St Thomas' campus
  • Quiet Rooms, Denmark Hill/Waterloo/Bush House campuses
  • Muslim Prayer Rooms, across campuses
  • Dharmic Prayer Room - New Hunt's House, Guy's campus

Exploring religious identity & places of worship in London

If you are new to London, our multi-faith Chaplaincy is able to help you find a place of worship and a community to belong to. We also arrange various trips to explore some of the many places of interest that London has to offer, giving you a chance to learn more about many of the faith communities in the capital. 

Find a prayer location

Dharmic Prayer Room

Dharmic Prayer Room

A Dharmic Prayer Room is available for the Hindu, Jain, Sikh, and Buddhist communities at King's.

NHS Trusts

NHS Trusts

The NHS Trusts we are associated with also have prayer facilities available to King's staff and…