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  • All Things

    There will not be an "All Things" program this week due to Reading Week. We hope you have a restful and restoring week. See you March 1st!
  • Soup & Selah

    Join us in MUSC Room 206/207 every Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. for some nutritious soup and a chance to 'pause' and relax in the middle of another busy week. The soup each week is made from scratch and is Vegan, Gluten-free and delicious! Each week we invite a student to provide our 'selah' (thought for the day that is shared). It is shared at the beginning of each Soup and Selah..
    If you are interested in sharing a 'selah' with us, please contact our Ecumenical Chaplain Andy at crowella@mcmaster.ca
  • Compass

    Learn about The Catholic Faith through teaching and discussion. This weekly program takes place every Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. in MUSC Room 224. For more information cantact our Roman Catholic Campus Minister Kathleen at kmleblanc@hamiltondiocese.com
  • Pancake Tuesday & Ash Wednesday

    Pancake Tuesday falls on Tuesday the 13th of February this year. Join us in room 230 MUSC for some delicious pancakes and hot beverages from 10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.
    The Ash Wednesday Service will be the very next day on February 14th in Room 318 MUSC @ 10:30 a.m.
  • Need to talk?

    Our Chaplains, Andy Crowell and Dr. Michael D. Fallon and Campus minister Kathleen LeBlanc are available to talk to students during this stressful time. This is a non-judgemental, confidential and supportive service where students are welcome to connect directly via email or by dropping in at The Chaplaincy Centre MUSC 231. Talking is good it clears our minds and lifts our spirit --so let's talk.
    Andy can be reached at crowella@mcmaster.ca, Michael at fallonm@mcmaster.ca , Kathleen at kmleblanc@hamiltondiocese.com and for general information regarding our services please email Rebecca at chaplain@mcmaster.ca
  • On-Campus MSU Religious Clubs

    McMaster University is home to numerous campus ministries/religious clubs representing a variety of world religious traditions. Each ministry develops its own programming and outreach, contributing to the diverse spiritual and cultural life of our campus. These ministries are not affiliated with the Chaplaincy Centre although we do work collaboratively and with mutual respect. Students, staff and faculty have the opportunity to learn and engage with these other campus ministries and religious clubs and find what is a right fit for them.
  • The Chaplaincy Centre at McMaster offers students, staff, and faculty an opportunity to integrate their faith commitments with their experiences in the campus community. Our programs and services are intentionally ecumenical in nature and draw upon the broad intellectual, spiritual, and liturgical Christian tradition. We are available to provide spiritual guidance and or support for staff, students, and faculty.

What is Chaplaincy?

Chaplaincy is about caring for you as a"whole person" -mind, body and spirit. The Chaplaincy Centre has Christian Orientations, however, we are available to anyone whether part of a religious community or not. We all deserve and desire to be treated as whole human beings. Chaplaincy is about caring for one another in this way. We call it "spiritual care".

Confidentiality

Are you looking to share your thoughts with someone who will not judge you, will keep everything confidential, and can provide some guidance? Our chaplains are here to meet with you!

Did you know?

The Chaplaincy Centre is a drop in centre located in the McMaster University Student Centre 231. All are welcome to come and help themselves to a warm beverage and a cookie.