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  • Mac Campus is buzzing

    Sleep, Eat and enjoy the rest of the summer as school will start soon!
    Our office and the rest of campus is busy busy preparing for the 2016-2017 school year. We can't wait to welcome our returning and new students!
  • Local Festivals

    A free concert series taking place Sunday evenings from July 24 to September 4. Concerts will be held at the George R. Robinson bandshell in Gage Park, and are presented by the City of Hamilton in partnership with Sonic Unyon Records. Food trucks will be serving up dinner by 6 pm, with concerts starting at 7 pm. Confirmed food vendors include Kool Jim’s Ice Cream Truck, MeatVentures Meat Wagon, Rudy’s Paletas, Taco Queso and Urban Express. On select dates, a movie will be screened outdoors beginning at dusk following the concert. All screenings are set to begin as soon as it is dark enough (approximately 9 pm, weather permitting). Seven Sundays brings the Gage Park community together for an evening featuring a mixture of musical genres, cultures, cool movies, and some of Hamilton’s best food trucks.
  • Planetarium Show: Tour around the Solar System (7 pm to 8 pm)

    Where are the planets in our current skies? How do we look for them, and how will they change their appearances? What do the planets look like through telescopes or from the spacecraft in orbit around them? This show will take you to the edge of our Solar System and back… to the hills of Mars, the icy rings of Saturn, Jupiter's volcanic moon and more. McMaster’s McCallion Planetarium is located in the basement of the Burke Science Building. Tickets are $7 per person and may be available at the door, but cannot be guaranteed so we strongly recommend making reservations. To reserve a seat for any of our planetarium shows, or for more information, please follow the links from our website: http://www.physics.mcmaster.ca/planetarium/ or call us at (905) 525-9140 ext. 27777.

About Us

The chaplaincy is a place for non-judgmental conversation, discernment and connection with others. We respond to the needs of the whole person and help students in the following areas: academic, faith/spirituality, relational, and with crisis situations.

Confidentiality

Are you looking to share your thoughts with someone who will not judge you, will keep everything confidential, and can provide you with some advice if you want it? Our chaplains are here to meet with you! They are not university officials and they are always willing to listen and lend a hand.