Our meditation and prayer room is open Monday through Friday from 10am to 4pm. Light therapy lamps, guided relaxation CDs, and meditation prompts for beginners await you! Get into the habit of taking time for serenity to help you better cope with stress.

The MORSL oasis lounge is a quiet space for students to relax. Open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm.

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.

 

MORSL chaplains and faith liaisons host an “Ask a Chaplain Anything” event in the lobby of Leacock, March 2015.

MORSL supports the Yellow Door, a community organization buddying McGill students with local seniors. The Yellow Door has performances by amateur poets and musicians, and runs the Food for Thought and Rabbit Hole food programs for students.

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.

A future crime-fighter delivers a stern warning to would-be villains at a McGill Student Parents' Network Halloween party, organized by MORSL. (MSPN is now run by the Post-Graduate Students' Society.)

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

MORSL staff enjoy the Dream-Catcher workshop at Indigenous Awareness Week 2014.

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A Prayerful Vigil on the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

The vigil will be held on Wednesday, December 6th, at 4:30pm at the Presbyterian College (3495 University Street).

If you would like to hold a candle or read a short prayer, contact:

Rev. Dr. Lucille Marr (lmarr [at] presbyteriancollege.ca) or Colleen Lowrie (colleen.lowrie [at] mail.mcgill.ca).

 

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 volunteer chaplains and faith liaisons 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 wellbeing, inner peace, and that equip them to live harmoniously in a pluralistic society.

Note: our services extend to Mac Campus with our new Mac Campus liaison, Vicki Cowan. If you are a Mac student who would like to see an event or service offered near you, please sara.parksricker [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Mac%20Students%20and%20MORSL) (let us know)!

 

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