Chaplaincy 

The Chaplaincy in Cardiff Metropolitan University is open, friendly and multi-faith. The Chaplain, Paul Fitzpatrick, is the Student Services member responsible for all matters of faith and for defending and promoting individual students’ freedom of belief.  This is no small job. Cardiff Metropolitan University is multi-cultural and multi-faith, with over 95 faith traditions from 140 different countries.  We have four shared-faith prayer rooms sited on all campuses with plans for two to be rebuilt and an entirely new space at the Howard Gardens Campus being developed.

The Chaplaincy is a place for those of all faiths and those of none. There is always a welcome and a confidential chat in a safe environment is often helpful (the coffee is also excellent!)

Paul also runs the ‘out of hours’ response and is lead in all matters of bereavement.

Paul can be contacted on 07917 818524 any time during term time.

Student Societies:
Student societies exist to provide support to people of faith. These include the Christian Union and the Islamic society. Where no specific society exists to meet the particular spiritual needs of students, Cardiff Met SU invites students to form their own society. A full list of student societies and contact details are available from Cardiff Met SU. 


How to contact The Chaplain

Revd Paul Fitzpatrick, Student Services, Room A0.14, Cyncoed Campus
Tel. 029 2041 7252, Mobile: 07917 818524
E-mail: pfitzpatrick@cardiffmet.ac.uk