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 is available to help you navigate faith and spirituality resources on campus.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.