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Faith and Reflection Centre

Student societies

There are many faith and non-faith groups in SUSU that are run entirely by students. Below is some information on the many different faith societies you can get involved with as well as links to help you find out more information.

Ahlulbayt Society Southampton

Ahlulbayt are a group of really inspirational people from the household of the Holy Prophet of Islam. Their lives and works can be used as tools to improve and change our lives both personally and socially. Visit the Ahlulbayt Society Southampton SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Atheist Society

Aims to represent the views of Atheists in the community and provide a social group for those interested in Atheism, Secularism, Humanism and Scepticism. Visit the Atheist Society SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Buddhist Meditation Society

The Buddhist Meditation Society provides students with the opportunity to learn about meditation within the New Kadampa Buddhist tradition. Visit the Buddhist Meditation Society SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Catholic Society

Southampton University Catholic Society (CathSoc) is an open and friendly community of Catholic students from all over the world. Their main activity is hosting a Sunday Mass on campus every week during term time at the Faith and Reflection Centre with support from Sister Catherine and a committee of students who run the society and the Masses. Visit the Catholic Society SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Christian Union

Christian Union are an active society who gathers large amounts of people on a regular basis. Visit the Christian Union SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

International Fellowship of Christian Students

International Fellowship of Christian Students is a growing community of Christians. It is a setting that is open to all, irrespective of race, nationality, culture or interest. Visit the International Fellowship of Christian Students SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Soton Navs (Christian)

Soton Navs exists as a society to provide opportunities for students to explore and think about the Christian faith. They aim to do this by creating a welcoming environment which promotes discussion and friendship. Visit the Soton Navs SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Mandarin Christian Fellowship

For the past couple of years, there has been a group of Mandarin speaking Chinese Christians meeting every Friday evening in Education Building 34 on Highfield Campus. They get together for mutual support, fellowship and Bible study. Visit the Mandarin Christian Fellowship SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Hindu Society

Southampton University Hindu Society aims to build the foundations for a strong and vibrant Hindu community in Southampton and fulfil the cultural, spiritual, educational and social needs of all of members through an extensive range of campus and national activities. Visit the Hindu Society SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Islamic Society

The Islamic Society support students in learning about and practicing their faith and hope to be a platform for Muslims to come together and share their skills, knowledge and expertise for the benefit of the community and beyond. The society helps to maintain an accessible prayer room, organise Friday congregational prayers and make arrangements for Ramadan as well as facilitate educational circles, social events and sports. Muslim or non-Muslim take part, question, learn and grow. Visit the Islamic Society SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Jewish Society

The Southampton University Jewish Society gives Jewish students the opportunity to meet, socialize and to celebrate religious holidays through events that we hold throughout the year. Visit the Jewish Society SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Krishna Consciousness Society

Aims to introduce India's ancient Vedic culture to students through the mediums of music, philosophy, yoga, meditation, drama, dance and vegetarian cooking. Visit the Krishna Consciousness Society SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Masonic Society

The University of Southampton masonic society aims to promote and explain freemasonry to the student body of the University and make freemasonry more accessible to those students who feel a desire to participate. Visit the Masonic Society SUSU webpage for more information on how to contact the group.

Get Involved

If you have any questions about the different student societies, please contact us.

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