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The MLK provides creative opportunities for prayer, worship, and faith exploration. Events and programmes are organised throughout the year offering opportunities of growth and to build friendships and relationships with each other.

 

Islamic daily prayer rooms for Brothers and for Sisters can be found on the 4th floor of the Students' Union Building, near to Wu'du facilities. www.aston.ac.uk/union/services/prayer-spaces/

Some of the MLK regular opportunities (during term time) for worship and prayer include:

Sunday

Catholic Mass 

Every Sunday, Catholic High Mass is celebrated by Fr Raymond Corbett at St Chad's Cathedral (5-10 mins from campus) at 9am and 11am. We have an active congregation of students who organise social activities.  You will be made very welcome.  For more information contact the chaplain on catholic-chaplaincy@aston.ac.uk.

For a list of regular services at St Chad's, go to http://www.stchadscathedral.org.uk/cathedral/mass-times/

Please note: This mass is NOT at the MLK Centre, it is at St Chad's Cathedral.

Monday

Chaplains are available on a Monday. Please call in at the MLK to speak to them. The door can be found at the side of the MLK in the undercroft area - press the buzzer to access the building. 

Tuesday

Buddhist Meditation (1st & 3rd Tuesday every month)

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The Buddhist Chaplain does a meditation session on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month from 1pm to 2pm in the MLK centre. The dates for the current term are below.

There is no need to book, please just come along. Access to the MLK centre is via the side door in the undercroft area - press the buzzer to access the building. 

Reflexology & Indian Head Massage (2nd Tuesday every month)

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Available on 2nd Tuesday of every month between 12 and 4pm

Reflexology is a treatment done primarily on the feet which involves massaging pressure points on the feet which correspond to different parts of the body. Again this is a non-invasive therapy and will only require you to remove your footwear (including socks and tights, though for preference wear socks or other easy to remove hosiery).

Indian head massage is a non-invasive from of massage that can be done through the clothes and covers the face, head, neck, shoulders and upper arms. It is from Vedic teachings and stimulates the pressure points (known as marma points) in these areas. It is good for relieving tension in the head, neck and shoulders which can often get tensed due to stress.

Although these are low health risk therapies if you have any major medical issues contact your GP first.

Rob Stacey is a qualified holistic therapist who has over thirteen years of experience in the field. If you fear that you may fall asleep in one of these treatments do not worry as he considers it a compliment. 

To book please contact the MLK at MLKCentre@aston.ac.uk or on 0121 204 4729

Stress Management (4th Tuesday every month)

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A New Year....A New You

Shake off those winter blues, learn and practice Stress Management Techniques and get more out of your day.

This is a drop in session anytime between noon and 2pm on the 4th Tuesday of every month.

Drinks and calm provided.

Wednesday

Chaplains are available on a Wednesday. Please call in at the MLK to speak to them. The front door can be found at the side of the MLK in the undercroft area - press the buzzer to access the building.

Thursday

1.30pm to 2.00pm—Prayer and Reflection

led by Sally Rush & Jan Scott, Free Church Chaplains.

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Friday

Friday prayers for Muslim Brothers

These take place in the Students' Union Hall on the ground floor of the Students' Union building. Aston students and staff are welcome. Wu'du facilities are provided on the 4th floor of the Students' Union (multiple stalls) and in the MLK Centre (1 stall).

Friday prayers for Muslim Sisters

These take place in the Sisters' Prayer Room on the 4th floor of the Students' Union building.

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