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Faculty of Divinity

Photograph of Divinity Library

The Divinity Library is situated on the second floor of the Divinity Faculty building. We aim to provide a quiet yet friendly atmosphere that encourages readers to enjoy the many resources available.

The Library is now open (with no need to book) 9:00-17:00, Monday-Friday. Study spaces are socially distanced.

Our services continue to be under review, to adapt to the University's guidelines and the governments rules regarding COVID19.

We provide regular updates on this web page.

Other Library services:

Online training and support

You might find links to some of our online training useful.

Recently-added books


Library news


A warm welcome to all of our new students. The Library is open with no need to book to enter. Please ask in the Library or by email (, if you have any questions or need any assistance. 


Comings and goings

Today is the last working day of Clemens Gresser (Divinity Faculty Librarian); he worked at Divinity for nearly 6 years. Soon he will start in his new role at the Heythrop Library. Matthew Patmore has taken on managing Divinity, as Acting Library Manager.

We welcome two new colleagues to the Library: Hebe Halstead and Lauren Pratt. Both also work at the English Faculty Library and Philosophy Library (Casimir Lewy). More information to follow shortly.