Our lounge is always open to students, Mondays to Fridays, 10am-4pm. Feel free to stop by to explore our in-house wellness library and relax!

Come check out MORSL's new location on the corner of University and Milton!

Stained glass windows in the non-denominational chapel of the Birks Religious Studies Building depict the crests of various British and Canadian universities. McGill chaplains often officiate interfaith weddings here for students and alumni.

Hand-knit scarves, mittens, and hats made especially for the Winter Coat Project by a regular local donor!

International students trying on winter coats at the 2018 Winter Coat Project!

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Welcome to the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life! (MORSL)

The McGill Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (formerly Chaplaincy) is your religious and spiritual hub on campus. We encourage students to carve out time during their busy university careers for spiritual exploration, religious community, and inner wellness. We are dedicated to raising religious literacy around both traditional world religions and newer religious movements. Our multi-faith team of faith volunteers helps connect students with their existing faith communities both on and off campus. We offer support to students of any religious identity or no particular religious identity who wish to find meaning beyond academics and to form healthy life habits that invite spiritual well-being, inner peace, and that equip them to live harmoniously in a pluralistic society. Our services extend to Mac Campus with our Mac Campus spiritual liaison. If you are a Mac student who would like to see an event or service offered near you, please carlene.gardner [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Mac%20Students%20and%20MORSL) (let us know)!

Parliament of the World's Religions 2018.

Interested in attending the 2018 Parliament of the World's Religions?

Be part of a rare chance of this exciting world-class conference to be held in Toronto, Nov. 1-7, 2018: and join delegates from dozens of faiths and scores of countries to learn and work together towards building a more just and sustainable world.


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