Goodenough College is a welcoming community for people of all faiths and none.

We have several religious Clubs and Societies which are funded by the College. If there is not a Club which you would like to join, we will help you create your own.

The College Dean, Dr Alan McCormack, and Registrar, Caroline Persaud, both live at the College and are here to provide pastoral support and care to all our Members. Each House has its own House Administrator as well as the friendly Reception Teams who are always happy to help. Goodenough College cultivates a very warm and caring community, and we also have two Community and Welfare Officers on our Member elected Members' Council. 

The Chapel is a sacred space within the College and is open to everyone. It is a place of worship and a place of peace and contemplation. Regular services including morning prayer, Eucharist service, Compline and Roman Catholic Mass take place here and everyone is invited to attend. Weekly Bible study and prayer-groups, reading groups, trips, talks and retreats take place throughout the year. Christians of all denominations gather together regularly.

The Revd Jennie Hogan is an Anglican priest. She is the College Chaplain and Faith Advisor who plays an active role in community life. Jennie serves and supports all Members of the College, of all faiths and none. She works with many of the faith groups active within Goodenough and has links to voluntary and faith groups in Bloomsbury and beyond. Jennie can help Members find places of worship in London for all faiths and nationalities. Jennie is available to everyone for confidential, non-judgemental help and advice.

Fr Brian Creak is the Roman Catholic Chaplain who serves the Roman Catholic Members of our community.