About

Hi, welcome to my notebook about practising chaplaincy in Higher Education.

I am a priest of the Church of England. I work in South Kensington, London, as a Chaplain at Imperial College, the Royal College of Art and Royal College of Music.

I work in a role where Christian faith and theology meet science, art, engineering, medicine, design, business and music. These areas meet in a place that is multi-faith, religious and secular, international  and academic.

My aim here is to share some of the connections and conversations that arise in my work. I am also looking to share some of the ideas we are working with as a team of chaplains from different religious traditions.

So here are stories, reflections, and links to the work of others that we are finding useful ourselves and in our conversations with students and staff.

I hope you want to join the conversation!

More information about our work is on our website. If you wish, you can find my contact details there, or leave comments here. Do drop me a line.

Andrew

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3 thoughts on “About

  1. katmcdaniel July 9, 2013 / 2:25 pm

    Hi Andrew! I’ve given you the Very Inspiring Blogger Award because you have lifted my spirits and given me awareness of things that I wouldn’t have found otherwise. I am an artist who is very excited about voices interested in interfaith dialogue and your blog gives me hope. Consider this a big thank you and pay it forward to someone who has been an inspiration to you. If you aren’t into this sort of thing, then just know that someone out here admires your work.

    http://synkroniciti.com/2013/07/08/the-very-inspiring-blogger-and-one-lovely-blog-awards/

    Yours,
    kat at synkroniciti

    • andrewwillson July 12, 2013 / 9:53 am

      Hi Kat
      thanks for the endorsement! Keep up your syncronicity posts.

      best wishes

      Andrew

  2. Chris Highland June 7, 2014 / 3:12 am

    I understand the Christian context for your chaplaincy. I’m wondering if you have experience with interfaith work? How might that deepen the work there? How about seculars like me? Is there potential collaboration? This is something I seek in my teaching, writing and human service work. All the best.

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