The Greenwich Peninsula Chaplaincy
The Chaplaincy provides for the religious, educational and social needs of the emerging community on the Greenwich Peninsula. It is for anyone on the Peninsula and the neighbouring area: businesses, residents, construction workers, visitors; indeed, anyone frequenting the Peninsula.
Our main tasks are to organise a team of chaplains visiting workplaces on and around the Peninsula, and to manage and staff the Prayer Space near to The O2.
The Chaplains on the Peninsula site are currently working at the O2, at Ravensbourne College, on construction sites, at ASDA, and in Greenwich's police stations.
The needs of the peninsula will change dramatically over the next 10 years and our style of chaplaincy will change with those needs.
The April 2013 newsletter is now available. Read about the Greenwich Peninsula Chaplaincy during the Olympic and Paralympic Games, our tenth anniversary celebrations, what chaplains do, new tasks for the future, and the recruitment of new chaplains and welcomers. Please click here to see the newsletter.
The first meeting of the Greenwich Peninsula Chaplaincy Steering Group took place on the 5th June 2003, so on the 5th June this year we shall be celebrating the Chaplaincy's tenth anniversary. The Mayor of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Cllr Angela Cornforth, will be with us for the occasion. If you would like to attend the event then please email us to receive further details and an invitation.
The Prayer Space on the Greenwich Peninsula
The Prayer Space is staffed by a team of welcomers who are available for conversation.
The Prayer Space is available to individuals for prayer, conversation with a welcomer, or just a bit of peace and quiet. The Prayer Space is also used by the borough's faith communities for their own events.
The Prayer Space is normally open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every day from Monday to Friday, and from 12 noon to 12.30 on Saturdays.
Please see the 'Prayer Space' tab on the left for more information.
For further details about the chaplaincy
please contact the Co-ordinating Chaplain, the Rev'd Malcolm Torry, 020 8858 3006
If you want to leave a message for a Chaplain
please call 020 8853 1336 and leave a message on the answerphone which is checked daily.
Disclaimer: The views on this site are not necessarily those of the Greenwich Peninsula Chaplaincy
The Greenwich Peninsula Chaplaincy accepts no responsibility for the content of websites to which there are links on this site