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Please note that our building's main entrance is under construction. You can enter the side door (marked Temporary Entrance) on Dr. Penfield Av., and follow the signs to the elevator. MORSL is on the 3rd floor. This entrance is not accessible to wheelchair users and visitors with limited mobility. If you need assistance, please call 514-398-4104 and a member of our staff will guide you. Please sign in when you visit our drop-in centre in person. To speak with a staff member for personalized consultations (virtual or in-person), please make an appointment via our bookings page. Despite the situation, our community is still very active! To find out what's happening this week, please go to our home page and scroll down to the week's event listing and see also our listings for various faith communities.

Meet MORSL at Discover McGill Undergrad Fair

23 Aug 2022 09:30
13:00
Fall 2022 Welcome Events for Undergrads

Come meet MORSL as we kick off the fall semester. We'll have a table where you can learn about our upcoming activities, workshops, and all the services we have to offer. 

Meet MORSL at Discover McGill Grad Student Fair

25 Aug 2022 14:30
16:30
Fall 2022 Welcome Events for Grad Students

Come meet MORSL as we kick off the fall semester. We'll have a table where you can learn about our upcoming activities, workshops, and all the services we have to offer. 

Wadsworth lecture: John Calvin, the Christian Tradition, and Western Modernity

4 Oct 2022 16:30
17:30

2022 Wadsworth lecture is part of School of Religious Studies 75th Anniversary.

Dr. R. Ward Holder will speak on John Calvin, the Christian Tradition, and Western Modernity

Birks Forum 2022 on the World's Religions and Public Policy

11 Oct 2022 15:30
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12 Oct 2022 20:00
Indigeneity and Christianity in Global Context: Troubled Histories and Unsettled Futures

The Birks Forum 2022 is pleased to announce a webinar series interrogating the history, current challenges, and opportunities at the intersection of Indigenous communities and Christianity. This series will explore specific issues in diverse global contexts: Asia, Africa, Latin America, North America, and Australasia.

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