Practical Skills for Interfaith Dialogue Program

MORSL Interfaith Dialogue Workshop Series

Are you someone who is curious about faith diversity at McGill? Are you excited to meet and converse with students from different backgrounds? Do you want to enhance your dialogue skills? Apply now to be part of a small cohort that will take part in this four-part series to build a community of practice that is unique on campus. All students are welcome to apply, no prior experience required!



Applications to be part of the Fall 2023 cohorts are now open! The nature of this program requires mutual trust that builds over time, and the sessions are designed to create a safe space through activities that progressively deepen a sense of community within the cohort. For these reasons, no new participants will be admitted once the program is under way.



If you are still interested in learning about the Practical Skills for Interfaith Dialogue series, please consult FAQ or send an email to morsl [at]

Looking to expand your knowledge about the principles and guidelines for Interfaith Dialogue? Check out these resources

MORSL is developing a collection of articles related to Interfaith Dialogue. Read them here!


Time: Fridays from 1:30 - 3:00 PM on Nov. 3, 10, 17, and 24.

Location: MORSL's Building, McTavish 3610, 3rd Floor (we will email you the exact room number).

*Spaces limited*


The selected students will benefit from:

1. Learning skills that will help you in all areas of your future work and studies.

2. Official recognition for your participation on your student Co-Curricular Record.

3. Free coffee, tea, and snacks enjoyed in the community.


Are you eligible to join this cohort? Check that you meet the following criteria:

1. Be a McGill University student registered for the Fall 2023 semester.

2. Commit to attending the four workshop sessions.

3. Produce and share a reflection piece on your experience as part of the program.


At the end of this workshop, participants can expect to:

  1. Gain fundamental knowledge of diverse faith traditions and spiritualities, including their own.
  2. Understand the basic ethics of interfaith dialogue and respectful engagement.
  3. Develop skills through the practice of interfaith dialogue.
  4. Reflect on how dialogue skills can enhance collaborative projects on campus.



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