Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all DMU staff and students.
Christmas is a Christian holy day that commemorates the birth of Jesus, whom Christians believe to be the Son of God. Christmas is celebrated by non-religious people as well as by people of other religions.
Many Christians attend a special midnight church service called Midnight Mass, sing Christmas carols, and exchange gifts with friends and family. Christmas is seen as a time for giving, generosity, and thinking about others.
Welfare services and support
Christmas is traditionally a time of love when friends and family get together. However, for some people, Christmas time can be a struggle.
Several wellbeing services are available at the DMU. If you’re having issues with your mental health or wellbeing, it’s important to talk to a member of your wellbeing team so you can discuss support. We will make reasonable academic adjustments to your course and let your academic staff know so they can also support you.
If you’re not sure what kind of help you need to support your mental health and wellbeing, you can arrange a Single Point of Access (SPA) appointment through Student Gateway (log in using Single Sign On). good support.
Visit the Healthy DMU Hub for support and information on a variety of activities that improve your health and wellbeing.
In addition to this, Christian pastors can be reached during the Christmas holidays at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find contact details and more information about our Christmas services and events here.
Events include decorating the Christmas tree, singing Christmas carols, the Christmas All-night Mass, and the Christmas Day Mass.
If you need to contact someone urgently, you can contact the Canon Inn Residence at Leicester Cathedral on 07399 523330.
We’ve rounded up some ideas for celebrating in Leicester during the Christmas season.From Christmas movies to volunteering in the community, there are many opportunities to get involved during the holidays.
This information also includes links to external resources and support that you can access during your break.
Posted on: Wednesday, December 14, 2022