There are many different ways to seek support and find someone to talk to at Goldsmiths.
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Our role fits into three main categories:
- Offering confidential pastoral care to everyone, regardless of religious belief or tradition
- Helping and encouraging everyone to find possibilities and space for reflection
- Supporting the religious societies and other religious groups at Goldsmiths
The best way to contact us is by email: chaplaincy (@gold.ac.uk).
Meet the team
Revd Ann Clarke
I'm Ann, the Anglican Chaplain (part-time) for the Diocese of Southwark. When I'm not on campus, I'm Mum to our two young daughters and I also support local parishes in the East Lewisham deanery on Sundays.
I'm Muhammad, the Muslim and Multi-Faith Chaplain. Beyond Goldsmiths, I'm an Imam and educator working to provide a compassionate faith-based pastoral care and education service at a community level. I am also pursuing an MA in Religions, Society and Education at the University of Warwick which I will complete by September 2020.
Sr Anouska Robinson-Biggin
I am a Catholic religious sister (Faithful Companions of Jesus) and through the Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark, I am chaplain to Goldsmiths and London South Bank Universities. I am also responsible for the Catholic Chaplaincy House located at 56, Amersham Road, a five-minute walk from campus. Off-campus, I live in a convent with other members of my congregation in East London. Alongside my work here, I am also studying for my own MA in Work-Based Learning with a focus on University Chaplaincy
I'm the Associate Chaplain, at the University of Goldsmiths I am a missionary from Hong Kong as well as a Chinese pastor at the local church (East London Alliance Church) in Deptford.
I work with Jewish students across London. I'm regularly in touch with the Jewish community here at Goldsmiths to support their events and social activities.