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LSE Faith Centre
London School of Economics
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE
Tel +44 (0)20 7955 7965

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Faith Centre


Welcome to the LSE Faith Centre webpages. The Faith Centre is the new home for LSE's diverse religious activities, our interfaith programme, and a reflective space for all staff and students. Come and visit us on the second floor of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.


Latest from our blog

Meaningful Mondays: Faith & Leadership 2016
On March 7th Craig Calhoun, Director of LSE, presented the 25 Faith & Leadership 2016 participants with their graduation certificates. Faith & Leadership is an extracurricular programme that aims to deepen student’s understanding of different religions, develop their leadership skills … Continue reading

LSE Holocaust Memorial Commemoration
LSE Faith Centre organized the Holocaust Memorial Commemoration on Tuesday 26th January in the Shaw Library. The theme of this year’s Commemoration is ‘Don’t Stand By’. The Holocaust is constituted of millions of personal tragedies and stories of suffering and loss. The historical … Continue reading

Interfaith Residential: Reflections on the Faith & Leadership Programme
Bashir Ali, an LSE undergraduate student of Anthropology, talks about his experience on the LSE Faith & Leadership Residential. Twenty five participants gathered together at The Royal Foundation of St Katherine’s for a full programme of panel discussions, leadership workshops, … Continue reading

Diwali: An Interfaith Experience
Following its considerable success last year, the Faith Centre re-ran the Interfaith Buddies scheme to help foster constructive encounters and engagements between LSE students of different faiths and belief systems in the context of small discussion groups. Here Claire Moll, an … Continue reading

Holy Land Trip 2016
“I immediately realised that mine was just one narrative; a very linear one at that. And in order to really understand the conflict it was necessary to discard all caricatures and prejudices that I was coming with, to live and … Continue reading