Our quiet contemplation rooms are for spiritual refreshment, exploration and counsel for people of any religious persuasion or none.
While the quiet contemplation rooms are for individual prayer, contemplation and meditation, it is recognised that for Muslim prayer there is an additional blessing when the faithful pray with another or others. While this is fully respected, it is expected that the quiet contemplation rooms will be shared openly with those of other religious traditions who may wish to pray at the same time and those who may just wish to think and reflect.
- Female Quiet Contemplation Room – HR001, ground floor of the Hirst building
- Male Quiet Contemplation Room – HR103, first floor of the Hirst building