And quiet spaces to sit and think. A vase of yellow roses gave a warm, contemplative feeling to this room:
Various members of the Chaplaincy Team and religious leaders were involved in the opening ceremony. However, this facility is more than a religious space – it’s a place where students and staff can step away from the rush and pressure of academic or work life and pause to reflect, and to meet.
I heard that there are plans to include a variety of cultural events at the Centre, and I think this is a perfect hub for the nurturing and development of the souls/spirits of all of us who are involved in the life of the University.