Chaplaincy - Lampeter Campus
St. David's University Chapel
The Chapel is traditionally an Anglican foundation, part of the Church in Wales and therefore uses the rites and ceremonies of the Church in Wales. However, the ministry of the Chapel is open to all of any denomination or none, and everybody is invited and most welcome at any of the Chapel’s services (for full details of all the Chaplaincy’s services please see the “Services” page of this site). The regular congregation is composed of current and former students, current and former staff, those who have developed a relationship with the Chapel community through living in the town or local area and their families. If you have children you should feel completely comfortable in bringing them to Chapel services. There is a sung celebration of the Eucharist every Sunday at 11am all the year round, both inside and outside of term time. This is always followed by tea, coffee, squash and biscuits and all are very welcome.
The Chaplain, The Rev’d Matthew Hill, is an Anglican Priest. He is available for people who might wish to see him for spiritual guidance, sacrament of reconciliation, or any other reason and speaks both Welsh and English.
The Rev'd Matthew Hill will cease to be Chaplain from the 3rd March 2013. Please direct all enquiries thereafter to Mrs Anne Milcoy, firstname.lastname@example.org, 01570 424704 in the first instance.