Diversity of religious belief and non-belief is welcomed in Trinity, and the university is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of religion.
The Chaplains are representatives of the main Christian Churches in Ireland who work together as a team, sharing both the college chapel and the chaplaincy in House 27. There are two Roman Catholic priests — Fr Alan and Fr Peter — and the Anglican/Church of Ireland chaplain is Revd Steve Brunn. We are a Christian chaplaincy, but we are open to people of all denominations and all of the chaplains are there to help students of any faith (or none) in any way we can.
The Chaplaincy does free lunches every Tuesday from 12.30pm-2pm in House 27. It’s always packed so get there early!
The Trinity Chapel, in Front Square, is unique among Irish university chapels as it has been reconsecrated (in 1973) for use by all Christian traditions. Details of services can be found under the relevant chaplain on the Chaplaincy website.
There is also a Prayer Room in the Goldsmith Building which is open to all faiths - this may be a helpful resource for Muslim students and others.
There are a variety of student societies representing religious faiths and the communities / cultures associated with them: