Events in the Ecumenical Chaplaincy Centre (ECC) on University of Bath Campus
Holy Mass on Campus
Holy Mass on Campus in term time is usually celebrated in the Ecumenical Chaplaincy Centre [ECC] below the Library, on University of Bath Campus at 12.30pm in term time.
All are welcome to join us for Holy Mass with usually some food afterwards or a least a cuppa and some cake!
Next Holy Mass on U of Bath Campus will be on Sunday,
April 29th at 12.30pm and as usual, is open to all and everyone.
Rosary for Peace. (Stations of the Cross during Lent)
Meet on Fridays at 1.15pm in term time, in the Prayer Corner in the ECC. The Rosary is easy to use - explanatory cards and rosaries are in the prayer table [Lift off the lid!]. The Rosary lasts for about 15 minutes – All are welcome. This can be lay-led prayer and can happen whether Father Bill is present or not. Even if you can’t come every week, drop in sometimes. It's a very simple witness to our faith & can be very apostolic. Its power as prayer for others, and especially for Peace, is well known .
Taizé Prayer Around the Cross
Watch out for the next Taize Prayer in the ECC in the Ecumenical Chaplaincy Centre on University of Bath Campus. Silence, simplicity, singing, an unhurried pace, time to reflect, ancient icons, dimmed lighting and candles. Brief Bible readings, no sermon, no announcements, no distractions; in fact, as few words as possible. These are the ingredients of a Taizé Prayer. A chance to pray with Christians of other traditions. All are always welcome.
Lectio Divina - Mondays at 6.15pm
On Mondays at 6.15pm in term time in the Ecumenical Chaplaincy Centre [ECC], U of Bath Campus, join students and Father Bill OSM using a traditional practice of prayer and Scriptural reading intended to engender communion with God and to increase in the knowledge of His Word. It is a way of praying with Scripture that calls one to study, ponder, listen and finally pray from God’s Word. It goes one step further than Bible study as it is a way of finding out what the Word Of God is really saying to Me. For guidance take a look at Sacred Space.