February 5 to 9 marks Multi-Faith week on campus, offering a chance to celebrate our diversity and connect with others that share a commitment to faith and spirituality and celebrate.  

This year’s theme is Food and Faith: Nourishing the Whole Person and will celebrate the religious spiritual and worldview diversity of U of G by coming together to raise funds for the CSA Food Bank, as well as raise awareness of food insecurity on campus. 

If you’re looking to explore questions related to your faith and spirituality or are seeking a listening ear, there are supports available to you.  

Learn more about enriching your spiritual life at U of G! 

Multi-Faith Week Events  

  • Food Bank Food Drive

    Stop by the Food Bank Food Drive table in the University Centre to make a donation to the CSA Food Bank via cash, card or student card. 

    • Tuesday, Feb. 6 to 9, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., University Centre Courtyard 
  • Multi-Faith Fair

    Multi-Faith Week kicks off with the Multi-Faith Fair! Stop by the UC Courtyard to find out about the religious, spiritual and worldview diversity at U of G, play some games and enjoy treats and prizes! 

    • Monday, Feb. 5, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., University Centre Courtyard 
  • Multi-Faith Dinner

    Multi-Faith Week 2024 ends with the Multi-Faith Dinner, a celebration of faith and spirituality at U of G!  All are welcome!  Come join us for an evening of delicious free food, great conversation, fun games, and fabulous prizes.  The dinner will accommodate halal, kosher, vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free needs.  RSVP-ing on GryphLife guarantees your spot and helps us plan well.  If you forget to RSVP, come anyway! 

    • Thursday, Feb. 8, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Peter Clark Hall 

Multi-Faith Resource Team 

Whether you want to connect with someone from a similar faith background, are interested in exploring questions related to meaning and identity, are overwhelmed by world events, or just need a listening ear, the Multi-Faith Resource Team is here to support you! 

The diverse team affirms the dignity and worth of every individual, regardless of ethnicity, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity. Even if you don’t identify with a particular faith tradition, you are welcome to chat with a member of the team! 

Meet the Multi-Faith Resource Team. 

Multi-Faith and Quiet Spaces 

Need a spot for quiet reflection, meditation or prayer on campus? Several spots are available for you to use at the Raithby House, the McLaughlin Library, the University Centre, the Animal Science and Nutrition building, and Summerlee Science Complex. 

Find a Multi-Faith and Quiet space near you. 

Join a student group 

Did you know that there are 16 different religious, spiritual, and worldview groups at U of G? 

Find a group to connect with; 

Indigenous Students may also find community connection and supports through the Indigenous Student Centre. 

Subscribe to Multi-Faith News 

If you’re interested in getting updates on resources and programming activities supporting religious, spiritual, and worldview identities on campus, subscribe to the Multi-Faith Newsletter.