The Hub – the Church of Ireland and Methodist Chaplaincy at Queen’s University, Belfast, is holding an open day on Saturday April 18 from 12-3pm.
This will be of interest to anyone considering applying to live in the chaplaincy for the 2015/16 year.
There will be a chance to see around the residential houses, have a cup of tea or coffee in the Hub Café, and get the answers to any questions you may have.
Situated in the heart of Queens University campus The Hub has accommodation for up to 50 residents across the houses owned by the Church of Ireland and Methodist Churches.
From mid-September to early June these rooms are occupied by University Students. The Hub places a high value on the sense of community in living together, sharing meals, social activities, and a wide range of activities centred on exploring the Christian faith together. Over the years students from the centre have travelled far and wide together on Easter and Summer outreach teams, whilst during each year many of the activities are student led.
Each house has a House Warden whose role it is to try and ensure that everyone gets along, pays the cooking bills, provides food that is edible, and clears up afterwards!
The Student Committee is elected by the students in residence to plan social events for students in residence and non-residential students alike.
Many students spend at least two years of their time at University living in the centre,
Further details, and a form which should in before attending the open day, are available on The Hub website.