Chaplains

 

There are two Anglican chaplains at University of the Arts London: William Whitcombe and Mark Dean.  Our primary role is to offer pastoral and spiritual care to students and staff, and to organise events and activities in relation to faith, spirituality, and the arts. We are happy to meet with you wherever you like, and to talk with you about anything you like, in confidence. We are here for everyone, including people of all faiths, atheists, and the unaligned.

William Whitcombe is Lead Chaplain and Interfaith Advisor for University of the Arts London and is based at High Holborn, London College of Fashion and London College of Communication. William is also a Priest in Ordinary to HM The Queen in the Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace. Before coming to UAL William worked as a prison chaplain. He has an active interest in design and fashion. Here’s how to contact William:

Mark Dean is an Anglican Chaplain and Interfaith Advisor for University of the Arts London
 and is based at Camberwell, Central Saint Martins, Chelsea and Wimbledon colleges. Mark also assists at various churches in London, and is an advisory member of the Diocesan Creative Network. Before coming to UAL, Mark worked as a Fine Art lecturer at Goldsmiths College. You can read about his ongoing work as an artist at tailbiter.com/art. Here’s how to contact Mark: