KISS - Keep it simple service - is St Peter's House Chaplaincy's Sunday evening worship.
It's a creative and reflective service, giving you time and space for quiet prayer and reflection, as well as the opportunity to worship God in creative ways, and to explore your beliefs in a safe, accepting and affirming environment.
The service is planned and led by students, for students, every Sunday evening during term-time.
KISS starts at 5.30pm, and lasts approximately 45 minutes.
After the service we have a relaxed time of fellowship, and a meal is provided for us. It's all free, and everyone's very welcome. Some people stay every week, but if people want to leave after worship, that's OK too!
The last Sunday of each month is a Communion service, led by one of our university chaplains.
Everyone's welcome to join us, whatever your background - the service draws on different Christian traditions and styles of worship, and we aren't linked to any one type of Church.
KISS is a friendly, welcoming church group, inclusive and open to all.
We meet in the Common Room in St Peter's House Chaplaincy. Entry to the building is at the top of the steps, through the front side door, which is just to the right of the main (glass) entrance doors. Look for the signs, it's not as complicated as it sounds - honest!!!
If you want to find out more, why not come along one week to see for yourself or contact Alex Young.