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Contact your Chaplains

Who we are:

The Chaplaincy team consists of members from different faiths and backgrounds. The Chaplains are experienced at listening and offering spiritual guidance, prayer, support, and friendship.

Chaplains are here for you. Whether you belong to a faith community or not, you are welcome to talk confidentially with a Chaplain about any problems or concerns you may have. There is no need to wait for a crisis to happen - come and have a chat at anytime. Chaplains are always glad to meet students or staff socially and pastorally and offer everyone a sympathetic ear. 

The Chaplaincy Core team (on-campus regularly throughout the week) includes:

You can contact us via the office-
T:  0121- 204 4729
E: chaplaincy@aston.ac.uk.

Our Availability:

A chaplain is normally available at the University Monday-Friday and at other times depending on events. Outside of these times, messages can be left on the Chaplaincy answerphone or can be sent via e-mail. In an emergency you can contact the chaplains through security.

Staff Profile

Staff Profile

Rev A. Daniel Ramble

Anglican Chaplain

T: 0121 204 4276 d.ramble@aston.ac.uk

 

Staff Profile

Staff Profile

Mrs. Hazel Ellison

Free Church Chaplain

T: 0121 204 4275 t-ellisonh@aston.ac.uk

 

Staff Profile

Staff Profile

Mrs. Jan Scott

Free Church Chaplain

T: 0121 204 4275 t-scottjm@aston.ac.uk

 

Staff Profile

Staff Profile

Rev. John P. Mall

Free Church Chaplain

T: 0121-204 4275 john_newbaptist@yahoo.co.uk

 

Staff Profile

Staff Profile

Fr. Raymond Corbett

Roman Catholic Chaplain

T: 0121 204 4277 r.corbett@aston.ac.uk

 

Staff Profile

Staff Profile

Rev. Ian Worsfold

Free Church Chaplain

T: 0121204 4275 t-worsfoij@aston.ac.uk

 

Meet the extended team of Chaplains

Here at Aston University we have a extended team of volunteer chaplains and faith advisor, to find out more about each chaplain, please visit our faith pages.

To contact the Chaplaincy Administrator:
Mrs. Fiona Troughton
T: 0121 204 4729
E: f.troughton@aston.ac.uk

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