Faith and Spirituality
Student advising and support is offered by all the members of the Multi-Faith Resource Team and is available to all undergraduate and graduate students. If you are looking to enrich your spiritual life or are seeking pastoral care of any kind, we are here to listen, encourage and support you. The Multi-Faith Resource Team works collaboartively, and within their own traditions, to explore questions of meaning, purpose, belonging and identity.
As a diverse team, we all affirm the dignity and worth of every individual, regardless of ethnicity, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity. Together, we work to create positive spaces where all are afforded equal opportunity to thrive.
Particular faith communities have the desire and capacity to serve as strong allies and create safe(r) faith spaces for the LGBTQ2IA+ community. We welcome and encourage the participation and leadership of LGBTQ2IA+ individuals and hope to act as a support and link to local resources. For more information about LGBTQ2IA+ affirming faith resources, contact Andrew Hyde at email@example.com or 519-824-4120, ext. 52390.
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.
The MFRT offers intentionally designed programming and events for students to engage in faith and spiritual-based activities.
Click here to find opportunities for getting involved as a volunteer or Peer Helper with the Multi-Faith Resource Team.