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McGill students Surbhi Gupta and Kayla De Leon Miller are super-positive as they work their promotional magic at the October 2013 Open House for Parents.

Come relax or study in the MORSL Lounge for free coffee, tea, or cookies all day for students! Open Monday-Friday from 10:00am-4:00pm.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama met with 500 Education students from six Quebec universities at McGill to highlight the importance of distinguishing “material values” from “inner values.”

The Yellow Door is a community organization offering outreach for seniors, a performance venue for amateur poets and musicians, food security programs for students and meeting rooms for community group

A future crime-fighter delivers a stern warning to would-be villains at a McGill Student Parents' Network Halloween party, organized by Chaplaincy.

Students chow down with their children at the Chaplaincy-hosted McGill Student Parents' Network Christmas party.

Come relax or study in the MORSL Lounge for free coffee, tea, or cookies all day for students! Open Monday-Friday from 10:00am-4:00pm.

Stained glass windows in the chapel of the William and Henry Birks Building depict the crests of various British and Canadian universities.

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

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (formerly Chaplaincy Service) is dedicated to raising religious literacy and enhancing spiritual wellness at McGill. We are a student service you can turn to whether you want to connect with others who share your own religious roots or explore new and diverse religious and philosophical frameworks. We have a team of inter-faith chaplains, who are available by appointment, and who host a wide variety of events. Chaplains are also available for those who might be seeking a listening ear from within particular traditions, and are sworn to confidentiality.

MORSL offers various spiritual, interfaith, and wellness-related programs to enhance your campus experience. We also hire several Work Study students each semester and have tons of volunteer opportunities as well.

Stop by and check out our study lounge and meditation/prayer space, which are open to all McGill students who pay student service fees. The lounge has free fair-trade coffee, tea, and cookies for students, weekdays from 10am to 4pm. Drop in to study, meditate, listen to relaxation CD's, browse the in-house interfaith/wellness library, colour a mandala, or catch some happy rays in front of one of our light-therapy lamps. For those who keep kosher and bring a lunch to campus, we have two designated kosher-only microwaves - one meat, one dairy.

Now hiring

MORSL is hiring students for the fall through the McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS) Work Study Program. If you are a full-time McGill student eligible for Work Study (determined on the basis of financial need), then check out our list of jobs, which will be posted in the coming couple of weeks (check the link below). Jobs include: Rabbit Hole Assistant, Food for Thought Assistant, Casual Office Assistants, Outreach Assistants, Bilingual Outreach Assistants, Radix Editor, Graphic Designer, Bagel Kitchen Assistant, Winter Coat Project Interns, and other internships to be designed by the applicants themselves! If you are religion-positive, queer-positive, and interested in promoting and celebrating diversity on campus and in helping students find ways to make time for inner peace amidst McGill stress, we'd love to have you on our team. Simply apply for Work Study eligibility through CaPS, and then select the job or jobs you're interested in (via the link below), and then follow the given instructions to apply (to morsl [at] mcgill [dot] ca).


Click here to apply!