Qu(e)erying Religion provides an intimate and open space for joyful and supported queer spiritualities. This program fosters dynamic encounters, uncommon conversations and creative engagements among students.
Drop in for facilitated discussions, film screenings, and social time among friends where intersections of gender identities, sexual orientations, cultures, religious faiths, and spiritual practices are welcome.
This program is sponsored by the Ecumenical Chaplaincy at U of T and the Multi-Faith Centre. For more information or confidential inquires email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program EligibilityAll members of the U of T community
How The Program Works
Drop in to the program online every other Thursday at 5 p.m.
- November 5, 2020: Facilitated discussion with El Farouq Khaki about navigating intersections of Queer identity, family and faith communities
- November 19, 2020: Drop-in discussion about isolation and disconnection in communities
- December 3, 2020: Facilitated discussion, topic TBA
Winter term schedule TBA.
Past events this year include:
- Film screening of Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga, a Hindi movie with English subtitles about Queer relationships in Indian setting
- Film screening of Disobedience, a movie exploring Jewish community, gender and Queer identity
- Facilitated discussion with Bushra Ahmad about mental health and wellbeing in the Queer community
Program Student Team
Role on Team: Qu(e)erying Religion Intern
Best Thing About This Program: I am excited to have the opportunity to connect more openly with others!
Program of Study: History and Criminology
Year of Study: 3rd
Learn more about Therese
- I love to both read and write for fun – my preferred genres are contemporary and historical fiction.