Faith and Spirituality

The Multi-Faith Programs office supports the well-being of all members of the university campus by recognizing the contributions of faith and spirituality.  Multi-Faith Programs supports: 

  • Those who identify with a religious, spiritual or secular tradition or worldview, by recognizing, respecting and celebrating diverse religious and spiritual identities through the support of religious and spiritual student groups on campus. 

  • Those who do not identify with a religious tradition but who desire to explore spirituality or questions of meaning, purpose and values while at U of G 

  • Those with or without a religious, spiritual or secular identity who desire to increase their religious literacy in order to engage our diverse world as a global citizen. 

  • Those seeking spiritual care and spiritual well-being, which are an important part of student well-being and mental health.   

Sonya Wu-Winter
Coordinator, Multi-Faith Programs | Ext. 58909

Sonya is available to help you navigate faith and spirituality resources on campus.   

The Multi-Faith Resource Team

Want to talk to someone? Need a listening ear? No matter your faith background, even if you don't identify with any particular faith tradition, you are more than welcome to stop in and chat with a member of the Multi-Faith Resource Team. The team members are available to listen and support you.  All are welcome.

Multi-Faith Programs and Events

To find out more about upcoming Multi-Faith Programs and Events, email the Multi-Faith Peer Helpers at