Why Connect With Us
- Discussions about meaning and purpose.
- Social justice and religious diversity workshops.
- Mindfulness meditation, worship, yoga and other practices.
Blanket Exercise: Exploring Indigenous Rights and SpiritualityThe Blanket Exercise is an interactive learning experience that teaches the Indigenous rights history that we were rarely taught. Learn more about Blanket Exercise: Exploring Indigenous Rights and Spirituality
Brown Girls YogaBrown Girls Yoga is a yoga class for students who identify as Black, Indigenous, or as a person of colour, and who currently or formerly identify as female. Learn more about Brown Girls Yoga
Eco-spirituality ProgrammingEcology and Spirituality is an interfaith group at U of T. Learn more about Eco-spirituality Programming
Faith and Spirituality Student Advisory GroupThe Faith and Spirituality Student Advisory Group provides the Director of the Multi-Faith Centre with advice about programming, services, policies and initiatives for students. Learn more about Faith and Spirituality Student Advisory Group
Friends, Food and ScriptureStudents from all religious and academic backgrounds are welcome to participate in a close reading of scripture that opens new conversations and discovers interesting relationships across Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths. Learn more about Friends, Food and Scripture
Grief SupportThe Grief Support Sharing Circle is an informal mutual support group for students who have experienced a death, as well as students experiencing anticipatory grief. Learn more about Grief Support
Heart Works FundThe Heart Works Fund has been established by the Multi-Faith Centre to provide financial support for student group initiatives that aspire to create opportunities for critical and respectful exploration of questions of religious and spiritual pluralism. Learn more about Heart Works Fund
Interfaith Leadership CertificateGain religious and cultural fluency to better understand and work with diverse faith communities in contexts like the workplace, socially and beyond. Learn more about Interfaith Leadership Certificate
Interfaith Learning: The Role of Religion in Canadian Civil SocietyInterFaith Learning is an opportunity to explore how faith communities contribute to government social policies and justice in Canada. Learn more about Interfaith Learning: The Role of Religion in Canadian Civil Society
Interfaith Meditation SeriesThis weekly series explores the cultural and spiritual history of popular meditation practices. Learn about meditation traditions in Hinduism, Sufism, Buddhism and Stoicism. Learn more about Interfaith Meditation Series
Internship ProgramThe Multi-Faith Centre Internship Program provides structured learning opportunities to examine the role of religion and religious actors in society. Learn more about Internship Program
JourneyDanceStress reduction with music and movement! No experience is necessary! Learn more about JourneyDance
Massage ThursdaysDrop by the Multi-Faith Centre for a 10-minute shoulder massage with a registered therapist. Learn more about Massage Thursdays
Mindful Moments: Meditation & YogaJoin weekly opportunities Mondays through Fridays to practice secular mindful meditation techniques that will increase your relaxation and focus. Learn more about Mindful Moments: Meditation & Yoga
Muffin Madness: Fun, Food and FriendsJoin us every Wednesday at 4:10 p.m. at the Multi-Faith Centre for healthy snacks and good company. Learn more about Muffin Madness: Fun, Food and Friends
Spirit SingersSpirit Singers is a non-auditioned choral ensemble of U of T students who celebrate diversity and foster interfaith intercultural understanding through song. Learn more about Spirit Singers
Qu(e)erying ReligionThe Qu(e)erying Religion (QR) program is a campus initiative that fosters open spaces for those interested in exploring the rich, sometimes troubling, and often sacred intersections of gender identities, sexual orientations, faiths, religions, theologies, spiritual practices, and cultures. Learn more about Qu(e)erying Religion
Religion and PatriarchyA space for you to discuss patriarchy and its influence on religion, spirituality, faith traditions and faith communities. Learn more about Religion and Patriarchy
MindFIT Student Facilitator Training ProgramThe MindFIT Student Facilitator Training Program prepares students to facilitate mindfulness meditation for their peers. Learn more about MindFIT Student Facilitator Training Program
Creative Writing ProgramTackle your writing blocks with our creative writing program. This program is facilitated by the Poet in Community, Ronna Bloom. Learn more about Creative Writing Program
Healing with YogaPractice healing through yoga with an experienced instructor. Learn more about Healing with Yoga
Campus Chaplains AssociationThe Multi-faith Centre maintains a partnership with the Campus Chaplains Association and offers a directory of campus chaplains to help students and chaplains connect with one another. Learn more about Campus Chaplains Association
Multi-Faith Centre newsletterKeep up to date on multi-faith news, events and drop-in activities through our Multi-faith Centre newsletter. Learn more about Multi-Faith Centre newsletter
Religious accommodation supportUniversity of Toronto's policy on religious accommodations makes every effort to accommodate students, staff and faculty who observe religious Holy Days. Learn more about Religious accommodation support
Space requestsThe Multi-Faith Centre, at 569 Spadina Avenue, has five rooms of varying sizes available for prayer, worship and other spiritual practices, as well as educational events including meetings, conferences, panel discussions and forums. Learn more about Space requests
What I’ve discovered at the Multi-Faith CentreThis article was originally published by Rachel on the Life@UofT Blog. Since becoming the Multi-Faith Centre’s blogging intern, I’ve learned… Read more of this News Article
Our team supports the spiritual well-being of students, staff and faculty in order to increase our understanding of and respect for religious beliefs and practices. It does so by providing opportunities for members of the community to engage in questions of meaning, purpose and identity and to reflect, worship, contemplate, teach and learn, read and study, celebrate, mourn, engage in dialogue and interact on a daily basis.
Multi-Faith Centre leadership
Program coordination team