Job opening for two College Engagement and Activities Officers
Methodist Chaplain Nicola Morrison reviews This Book is Anti-Racist by Tiffany Jewell.
Senior Colleges Warden, Shai Danmole-Ellis writes about Letter from Birmingham Jail by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Chaplaincy Community Worker Joanna Grennan is inspired by Maya Angelou.
Chaplaincy Community Worker Bill Topping is inspired by Mavis Staples
The book series continues with Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People about Race.
In this series of posts, University of Roehampton chaplaincy staff reflect, as part of Black History Month, on people who have inspired them.
As part of Black History Month at Southlands College, we’re beginning a series of book reviews.
This booklet situates the various buildings that make up Southlands College and provides practical information.
University of Roehampton’s Methodist Chaplain Nicola Morrison reflects on the impact of chaplaincy over recent months
Chaplaincy Community Worker Bill Topping shares about life in lockdown at Barat House.
The chaplaincy team at Roehampton is embarking on an exciting new initiative: the ‘Most Significant Change’ project.
Read about the research projects being supported by the Southlands Methodist Trust in 2020/21
The Southlands Methodist Trust is launching the Susanna Wesley Visiting Fellowship.
A recently published booklet explores how Methodist values are evident at Southlands College. Now available as a pdf download.
A recently published booklet about the ecumenism at Southlands College is now available as a pdf download.
Sam McBratney reflects on the recent meeting of MTSE – Methodist-related Theological School in Europe – in Bulgaria
University of Roehampton Muslim chaplain Sabiha Iqbal reflects on a year of activities and learning as part of the multi-faith chaplaincy team.
Students from the University of Roehampton provided Christmas Hampers to the needy in the local community.
An introduction to the Methodist and Roman Catholic Chaplaincy Community workers at the University or Roehampton.
Nick Mayhew-Smith summarizes his research on the impact of Methodist values on the building of Southlands College.
Christopher Stephens, Head of Southlands College, speaks about the college.
Sam McBratney reflects on the 2019 gathering of IAMSCU in the USA in June.
We have produced a new booklet illustrating how Methodist values are lived out at Southlands College.