“THE MINT” - THE METHODIST CHAPLAINCY CHURCH
The Mint is the Methodist Chaplaincy Church for Exeter University, and we offer a warm welcome to all students and staff members.
For full details of what goes on at the Mint, please go to the Mint Home Page - you will find details of our Sunday services, maps to show you where we are, photos of recent events, details of the many different countries represented in our congregation, news of forthcoming activities, invitations to join the choir, even the text of all the sermons you missed in the last ten years! – and lots more……
If you are coming to study in Exeter, or if you are already here, and would like more information, please contact Steve Ward, who would be delighted to hear from you. Steve is minister at the Mint and also Methodist University Chaplain.
“METHANG” ANGLICAN/METHODIST STUDENT SOCIETY
“MethAng” meets every Monday evening in term time in the Roborough Building. MethAng puts on all kinds of events and activities. In addition to Monday evening events, last year’s programme included a Musical at the Mint performed by MethAng members, a Sunday lunch cooked by MethAng members at the Mint in aid of charity, a Sunday evening service at Silverton Methodist Church led by MethAng members, and much more. For all the details, please go to the MethAng website, or contact Steve Ward
KOREAN STUDENT GROUP
민트 한인 교회에 오신 것을 환영합니다 - 주일 오전 10시 30분에 한국어와 영어 예배 (격주로)를 드립니다.
The Mint has its own Korean language activities, and many Korean students at the University and the language schools in Exeter are actively involved. We welcome all Korean speakers, whe ther or not you have a specifically religious or Christian background. For more details see the Mint International page – which also gives details of the many other nationalities currently sharing in the life of the Mint.
UNIVERSITY CHAPLAINCY TEAM
The Mint is part of an ecumenical Chaplaincy team serving the whole University. To find out more about the Chaplains, the various other Christian societies on campus, and events at the University Chapel, Catholic Chaplaincy, and elsewhere, please check out the Chaplaincy website.
“F.I.S.H.” meets every other week for conversation and discussion led by various members of the group. FISH stands for "Fellowship in Someone's House" and does what is says. It is quite a small and informal group, with a mixture of recent graduates, postgraduates and others. Postgraduate students have often found it a good place to relax and talk - and hopefully think! - but undergrads and others are also just as welcome Plans for this term are to meet twice a month on a Friday evening at 7.45 at the Mint - with a mix of Bible Study, prayer, and other activities. Currently sessions include watching and talking about a series of Nooma videos on the faith. For more info, please see the Weekly News or contact Steve Ward
We have many nationalities here at the Mint - International students are particularly welcome at our light informal lunches at Church after the Sunday morning service.
Our African Fellowship meets on the last Friday of each month, and Korean language worship is on Sunday
Studying at a Language School?? The Mint welcomes students from SKOLA, GLOBE, ISCA and other Language Schools –– you will be very welcome!
FAITHS IN DIALOGUE
Click here for details of the University Chaplaincy "Faiths in Dialogue" group