The Chapel often acts as an umbrella organisation for student Christian groups at Keele, offering support, resources and often a place to meet. Find out more about these student groups below.
Meet: Wednesdays 7:30pm, Main Chapel
Keele University Christian Union (KUCU) exists to unite Christians together on campus, to encourage and inspire them. KUCU is open to everyone. We’re a very active society, meeting together in a variety of formats – including weekly whole group meetings, Bible study groups and Guys and Girls’ groups. KUCU is also responsible for events around campus, such as the ever-popular “Tea and Toast,” held in the Chapel on busy Student Union nights, and also Missions Week. Find us on Facebook.
Cassock - Keele Catholic Society
Meet: Tuesdays 6:30pm, East Chapel
CassocK is the Catholic Social Society on campus but it’s not just for Catholics – we’re open to members of all denominations and faiths, or members of none. As part of Catholic Night @ The Chapel, CassocK hosts a simple meal which is usually followed a talk, discussion, film or social event.
Meet: Thursdays 7:30pm, Main Chapel
We come together to fellowship, pray, praise, worship, discuss, study the word, and – of course – jam! Get ready to enjoy yourselves and to sharpen your knowledge of the Word. Jesus Jam is open to all and has their own radio show on KUBE Radio on Saturdays. Find us on Facebook.
Haven (LGBT+ group)
Haven is a group supported by the chaplaincy for anyone wanting to explore issues around being both LGBT+ and a person of faith. We aim to create a safe and confidential space in which to share the journey.
People of all faiths are welcome. For more information, talk to chaplain Stephanie Couvela.