Newman House is the main Chaplaincy Centre for university students and staff in central London and beyond. You can find us at 111 Gower Street (London WC1E 6AR), with the yellow flag flying outside, just 100m up from Waterstone’s bookshop.
Even though we are closed to visitors for the current Academic Year, there are still plenty of things going on, some in person and some online.
THIS WEEK & COMING SOON
CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS: UNDERSTANDING AND EXPLAINING YOUR FAITH. Looking at some of the big topics and hard questions that people ask about Catholic Christianity, with lots of chance for discussion and questions. In person, this Friday 9 October, 6.10pm (finishing at 7.10pm), at St Aloysius Church Hall, Phoenix Road, Euston, NW1 1TA – the hall is under the church, enter by the steps near the main door of the church.
THINKING FAITH: Zoom study group looking at the writings of St Thomas Aquinas on the topic “Who is Jesus?” With Sr Magdalene Eitenmiller OP. A gentle way of doing some theology for beginners. No experience required! On-line group, Tuesday evenings 7.30pm to 8.45pm, starting Tues 13 October, please register here to receive the link: www.universitycatholic.net/forms
ALPHA ONLINE RUN BY YOUTH 2000. “Each week (Wednesdays 7-8pm for 8 weeks) we will meet together to learn, discuss and get to know each other as we ask some of the big questions about faith, purpose & the meaning of life.” Starts 14 Oct. Highly recommended by Newman House students who did this course over the summer, and a great way to meet other young people from across the UK. Visit this site to find out more and register: www.youth2000.org/events