The Multi-Faith Resource Team works collaboartively, and within their own faith 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-824-4120, ext. 52390.
Unfortunately, not all faiths found on campus are represented among our Team. We welcome inquiries from everyone, regardless of your background, experience or spiritual practices. If you are looking to connect with an advisor in any of the areas mentioned below, please visit our Faith Advising page for more details.
Students in Faith House will have an opportunity to learn about and celebrate diversity, as well as explore their own spiritual growth. Everyone is welcome to respectfully express and participate in conversations about each other's beliefs. You'll learn about many of the religious and spiritual holidays celebrated around the world and enjoy the traditions, activities and food associated with these events. Faith House is one of the Living Learning Communities within Residence Life for undergraduate students, and more details about these communities can be found on the Residence Life website.
A student-directed community, its many other activities include development and peace, faith-sharing, discussion groups, brunches, special liturgies, volunteering, and exploring social and justice issues.
The Ecumenical Campus Ministry is home of the Anglican, Presbyterian, and United Church on campus.
More than anything else, Guelph Campus Ministry is a vibrant community of students. It's a place of sharing and a way of complementing and engaging what happens on campus.
Aims to foster and encourage cultural and religious activities that are related to the practice of the Hindu religion.
Chabad of Guelph
Chabad strives to create a warm and welcoming Jewish Student Center, where students can explore their Jewish heritage in a nonjudgmental and friendly atmosphere.
Through promoting Jewish identity, cultivating student leadership and embracing religious and political diversity in an inclusive environment, Guelph Hillel will enrich the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world.
The Muslim community is dedicated to providing accessible services for muslim students in order to help meet spiritual needs. Muslim students may be advised on any problems they could be having – academic, social, financial or spiritual.
Sikh Community on Campus
Support for Sikh students can be found by contacting Harraj Kahlon (email@example.com) for more information.
Spiritual But Not Religious
A nonreligious campus ministry for students, faculty and staff who have no religious affiliation but are interested in spirituality or life-enhancing values.