Listening Ear

What is Listening Ear?

Listening ear is a pastoral support drop-in service in the Martin Luther King Multi-Faith Centre. It offers support for students regardless of religious affiliation.

This means:

  • Confidential, non-judgemental listening.
  • Help in times of distress.
  • Signposting to specialist sources of help (including faith contacts if you wish).

When is Listening Ear available?

Listening Ear is available during term time on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11.00am to 1.00pm.

How do I access Listening Ear?

Listening Ear is a same day drop-in service. This means that you need to go to the Martin Luther King Multi-Faith Centre on the days that Listening Ear is running in order to meet with a Chaplain. There are four 25-minute slots available between 11.00am and 1.00pm. When you arrive at the Chaplaincy you can pick a slot using the sign-up sheet on the door of the Luther Room.

Access to the MLK centre is by pushing the buzzer on the door in the underpass and waiting for someone to remotely unlock the door for you.