Latest News

  • Ash Wednesday Service

    Students, staff and faculty are invited to join us!
    On February 10, 2016 in MUSC 318 from 10:30 - 11:20 AM
    An ecumenical service led by Rev. Carol Wood, Fr. Bradley Markkus & Dr. Michael Fallon. To discuss accessibility or accommodation concerns, please contact Carol Wood at woodcar@mcmaster.ca or Extension 24127.
  • Shrove Tuesday-Pancake Tuesday

    Students, staff and faculty are welcomed to join us for pancakes and hot beverages. We will be in MUSC 224 from 11 am to 1 pm. We hope that you will come and join us! Dr. Michael Fallon will be flipping pancakes with Fr. Markus and Rev. Carol Wood.
  • Youth Connexion Update

    Youth Connexion participants brought a non-perishable item for the McMaster Bread Bin. Melrose Youth leader, Michelle Mack and Gwyn Xagoraris planned games that incorporated physical ability as well as nutrition and bible facts. The final game demonstrated the lack of choice that often accompanies food bank usage.
  • Re: Islamophobia

    The Office of Human Rights & Equity Services (HRES) presented: CHALLENGING ISLAMOPHOBIA ON CAMPUS
    Facilitated by Khadijeh Rakie and Raihanna Hirji-Khalfan
    We learned that there is a great initiative taking place now world wide and we too are in support! If you see someone wearing a "I'll Ride With You" button know that they are individuals who can be relied on when a situation of racism or discrimination arises.
  • MCMC Retreat 2016

    The MCMC Retreat took place on Saturday, January 16, 2016. The topic that was explored was "Chaos: The Birthplace of Community.” The group enjoyed a lovely day of good company, tasty food, relaxation and conversation.
  • CRC Outdoor Ministry Retreat 2016

    The Christian Reform Campus Ministry had its annual retreat in a beautiful cabin in Algonquin this past weekend.
    Students from the Mohawk group "Solid Rock" and The McMaster group "All Things" had a blast in winter wonderland as they enjoyed cozy afternoons by the fire, games, fellowship, skiing, skating on the lake, hiking and reflecting on wilderness ministry (stewardship to nature) with Dr. Michael Fallon.
  • Try on a Spiritual Practice

    Open Circle Workshop - All are welcomed
    What's your spiritual type? Looking to learn about yourself, connect to something more, or bring more peace into your life? Take a short quiz to discover your Spiritual Type and then try some spiritual practices to discover what suits you. Email: open@mcmaster.ca

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.

Lectio Divina Group

Join the Ecumenical Chaplain, Carol Wood every Thursday from 12 to 12:30 pm in MUSC 231 for Lectio Divina. "Lectio Divina", a Latin term, means "divine reading" and describes a way of reading the Scriptures whereby we gradually let go of our own agenda and open ourselves to what God wants to say to us. It involves 4 stages reading, reflection, response, rest.

All Things Student Fellowship

Come join the CRC Chaplain, Michael Fallon at McMaster All Things every Thursday from 5:30 to 6:45 pm for a discussion, delicious meal, community, and many activities. Connect via facebook All Things CRC- Campus Ministry.