Each week, there is a loads of events that happen for you to be part of

Unite

Unite

Every Friday night, we come together from across University to Unite to worship God, pray, and learn how to apply the Bible to our lives as students. Afterwards, most people head to the local ice cream parlour or the pub.
This happens every Friday at 7:30 - 9:00 PM in the Nightingale building (B67)

Big Prayer meeting

At the crack of dawn each Monday, to start our week we join in prayer and worship for the week ahead. For those who don't have lectures after, we eat breakfast together
This happens every Monday at 8:00 - 8:45AM in the Activities Room in B42

Big Prayer Meeting
Church

Church

We believe that being part of a church is really important as it disciples you and allows you to meet people of all ages. In Southampton there are a whole load of amazing churches so we have provided a guide to all of the churches to help you choose

Hall Groups

Every Tuesday, students from each halls meet together to play games and learn about the Bible, come be part of the fun with us. This is a great way to meet other Christians in your halls and encourage each other for the week ahead.

Hall Groups

During the week there are events that engage with the campus

Join the groups below to find out how to get involved

Text a Toastie

Text a Toastie

This is an opportunity every Wednesday for students to text any questions they have about Life, God or Christianity and receive an answer with a free toastie.

iCafe

Coming to a different country to live and study can be difficult. iCafe aims to give international students a place to make friends, play games and the option of studying the Bible.

iCafe
Inside Out

Inside Out

On a Friday evening we reach out to the local student nightclubs to model Christ's love by giving out biscuits and water and helping people to get home safely

We also run special one-off events throughout the year

To find out when these events are happening, follow us on social media or join the prayer letter

Events Week

Events Week

For one week in February, we run a range of events to engage our campus in thinking about the big questions of life. Every day there are 2 lunchtime talks and an evening event. Last year, we asked "What does it mean to be human?" and reached over 2000 student! We hope to see you there this year

Carol Service

What better way to get into the Christmas spirit than a carol service! We host four services in a local church with carol singing, a Christmas themed talk and free mince pies and mulled wine. Everyone is welcome to come and attend or be a part of the choir and orchestra.

Carol Service
Lunch Time Talk

Lunch Time Talks

We run a number of Lunchtime Talks giving everyone an opportunity to hear a response to some of the big questions of Christianity and life. There is free food and a Q&A afterwards making them great events to invite friends to.

There are also many teams that work behind the scenes to make everything happen that you can be a part of