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McGill offers a wide variety of services to support student success and well-being. Due to the COVID-19 alert level in Montreal, some of our services will return to remote delivery until further notice. For details visit the "How to Access Student Services" page. In all cases, access is by appointment only, so please contact us for an appointment.

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In the face of COVID-19, know that MORSL is there for you through our online programming and referral of faith resources in Montreal or elsewhere. While our on-campus location is not accessible at this time, you can still connect with us through social media, morsl [at] mcgill.ca (email )or phone during our opening hours, Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm.


Spirituality & Wellness Events, May 10 - 16, 2021

** All in-person events at McGill, both on and off campus, have been suspended until further notice. **

Check out our Online Resources for MORSL-recommended web-based activities and alternatives!

See more about the responses to COVID-19 here.

 

Online events available this week:

Monday, May 10

12:30 PM: Spotlight on China: propaganda and lies about the Uyghur Genocide, featuring Professor Irwin Cotler. Hosted by the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights. Register online to receive Zoom link.
7:30 PM: Virtual Tour of the Western Walls Tunnels in Jerusalem See the hidden underground treasures that convey the fascinating history of Jerusalem in this online tour offered through Congregation Dorshei Emet. Details on registering via the Facebook event.

8:00 PM: Virtual iftar Join the Muslim Chaplaincy and U of T for their community iftar. Especially nice for any students celebrating Ramadan alone this year. Register

 

Tuesday, May 11

3:00 PM: Art Hive @Home Initiative The Art Hive @Home initiative brings the liveliness of our communal Art Hive space into the comfort of your home. Sign up to participate in our upcoming Art Hive @Home open studio.

3:00 - 5:00 PM: From Chaos to ? : Leadership Skills for Uncertain Times Experience an intelligent collective environment to learn and develop leadership skills (courage, compassion, capacity to connect, decision-making, resiliency, etc.) when functioning during times of chaos and uncertainties in this four-part workshop program!

7:00 - 8:00 PM: Dealing with Eco-Anxiety This workshop will focus on mental health impacts of eco-anxiety and eco-grief, and how faith and spirituality can be part of a student’s means of coping and building resilience. Register via this webform.

Wednesday, May 12

7:00 PMMidweek Quaker meditation. Join in for a time of silent contemplation over Zoom. Check the group's Facebook page to get the links. A Bible study is also offered at 6:15pm for those interested. No prior reading or background required. All welcome.

7:00 - 8:00 PM: Secular Reading Circle This is the second of four sessions which will delve into themes of grief and self-exploration following Joan Didion's acclaimed memoir, The Year of Magical ThinkingRegister here.

Thursday, May 13

3:00 - 5:00 PM: From Chaos to ? : Leadership Skills for Uncertain Times Experience an intelligent collective environment to learn and develop leadership skills (courage, compassion, capacity to connect, decision-making, resiliency, etc.) when functioning during times of chaos and uncertainties in this four-part workshop program!

6:00 - 8:00 PM: The Body Project The Body Project is two 2-hour peer-led body acceptance sessions delivered in a group format, open to all McGill students. You will have the opportunity to connect with others impacted by our complicated relationships with food and exercise, and commit to making positive changes together.

7:00 - 8:30 PM: Dialoguons: Maladies spirituelles et leurs remèdes Offered in French through the Benoit-Lacroix Catholic student centre, this talk features Sr. Catherine Aubin, professor and journalist at Radio Vatican.

8:00 PM- midnightShavuot evening study offered by the Spanish and Portuguese synagogue of Montreal. Zoom details via FB event.

Friday, May 14

7:00 - 8:00 PM: Faith in Response to Climate Change: What Can I Do? The A&P Young Adults Group invites all CEGEP and University Students for a talk led by David Christiani. youngadults [at] standrewstpaul.com (Register here).

7:45 PM: Erev Shabbat Service Join Temple Emanu-El-Beth Sholom for an online Shabbat service via Zoom.

Saturday, May 15

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM: Falun Dafa Meditation Workshop If you want to reduce stress with slow and gentle exercises and meditation, or if you are interested to know more about Falun Dafa, please feel free to join!

Sunday, May 16

Join the Eastern Orthodox Livestreaming services Facebook group for all information about available live streams.

7:30 AM: St-Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church Check their Facebook page for up-to-date information on live stream of services on Sundays and throughout the week.
9:30 AM: St Sophie Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral Check their Facebook page for up-to-date information on live streams of services on Sundays and throughout the week.

10:30 AMThe Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul is broadcasting church services via their YouTube channel.

10:30 AM: Christ Church Sunday Eucharist with music. Join via Zoom.

10:30 AMThe Unitarian Church of Montreal begins uploading videos of their worship service on their YouTube channel at 10:30 am, and the full playlist is available for Monday morning,

11:00 AMSunday Morning Quaker Meeting Contact the group on Facebook for the Zoom meeting details.

11:00 AM: Sunday Morning Service Join Ascension Lutheran Church online every Sunday by registering via their webform.

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Online Mile End Meditation Join Jonathan Stewart for secular meditation sessions offered via Google Meet.

DAILYPunj Granthi sessions (7-9 PM) hosted by McGill Sikh Students. DM on Facebook for the Zoom link.

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