Food and the communal experience of sharing meals is an important aspect of many cultural and religious identities. Join the Multi-Faith Centre to try new foods and learn about their significance, engage in interfaith dialogue and connect with the U of T community.
Through this experience, increase your knowledge of religious diversity by exploring:
- The intersections between culture and faith through food.
- Spiritual, religious and faith-based observances tied to meals.
- The interfaith work of seeking appreciative knowledge.
All U of T undergraduate and graduate students.
How The Program Works
Interfaith meals will run monthly during each academic term. Participation is optional and students are not required to attend each meal.
Considerations & Exceptions