Many people today cannot accept the moral and religious certainties of earlier times. Traditional religious practices, church service and styles of prayer may seem inadequate, old-fashioned or outmoded.

 Yet despite this questioning and rejection of traditional answers, it is clear that many people are asking urgent and searching questions about their lives. They want to make sense of what is happening in the world – to individuals, to society, and to the planet.

Sarum College seeks to respond to the search for spirituality which is one of the most striking aspects of our contemporary society and is vitally important to the life of the church, to the enrichment of theology, to ecumenism, to interfaith understanding and to discussion about public values.

The second core module for Christian Spirituality students. 

Postgraduate Christian Spirituality module in Spirituality, Health, and Wellbeing: Spiritual Development in Context

Core 1 module for the postgraduate programmes in Christian Spirituality. 

This is a co-validated module shared between Theology, Imagination and Culture and Christian Spirituality. 

You can find information about the Staff Student Liaison Committee for Christian Spirituality in this forum including details of how to contact the SSLC Student Representative and information from previous committee meetings. 

This section includes information about essay writing for Christian Spirituality students. 

Look here to help you decide which modules to take or attend.

Here you will find general information for all Spirituality Students and email forums you can use to contact each other

Dissertations 2016-17

This course explores some basic themes in Celtic spirituality and considers the historical background against which they were set. It investigates how the Celtic peoples viewed the world around them, as well as interpreting what that vision can mean for us today.