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  • In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can. N. Kazantzakis

    We hope that your semester is going well! Keep up the steady work. We have many events taking place you are invited to join us.
  • Tip #3 Seeing things through in November

    We asked our Biology graduate student, Paul Naphtali, what would be his advice to students for the month of November? He responded, "as the semester begins to wind down, you'll have a lot of things on your mind, whether it be midterms or Christmas socials. The key to success in the home stretch is time management and a cool head. Everything will work out so long as you put the effort and allocate your time well. There's also nothing wrong with finding support groups too as surely there are many who struggle with the same problems you have." If you need to connect with people come and visit us at the Chaplaincy Centre.
  • Connecting with youth in the community

    Youth Connexion (YC) met up again this past weekend for a discussion about growing up as part of 2 families. Incorporated into the the theme are games that build relational skills and a chance for the kids as well as volunteers to get to know each other. In the picture, Mac alumni Caleb and undergrad student Beth are leading a "minute to win it game." The Ecumenical Chaplain along with some McMaster students continue to deliver a social justice based program (YC) for youth grades 5 to 8.
  • Hello everyone! Our awareness and fundraising for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Canada continues. For a donation you can receive a free piece of jewelry this Friday Nov. 27th in MUSC from 10 am to 3 pm. The proceeds will go to purchase trees and plaques in honour of the 1200 missing and murdered. Let your friends know and please join us!
  • All are welcomed to join us!

    Join us for an Advent Choral Service at McMaster Divinity College Chapel Readings, carols, and a choral performance by a McMaster Student’s Christmas Choir. Date: Tuesday December 1, 2015 Time: 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
  • Blue Holiday

    Blue Holiday Service When you have experienced a loss, the holidays can be a difficult time. Please join us for a non-denominational spiritual service where we remember the losses and draw support from readings, music and a liturgy of remembrance. All are welcomed. A service will be held at McMaster University in Gilmour Hall 111 Date: Tuesday December 1, 2015 Time: From 5:30 to 6:30 pm
  • National Day of Remembrance

    A commemoration for the National Day of Remembrance and Action On Violence against Women: Friday, December 4th, 2015 10:00 AM - Men’s Walk - Meet in front of Hamilton Hall In the spirit of solidarity and with a call for men to act against all forms of gender based violence, a Memorial Walk for Men has been organized by the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) McMaster to take place on campus from 10 am until 11 am on Friday, December 4, 2015. Directly following, participants are invited to attend the panel and commemorative service taking place at 11 am in Gilmour Hall Room 111. All male-identified folks are welcome to participate in the walk. 11:00 AM - Panel Discussion - Remembering Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women - Council Chambers, Gilmour Hall 111 Join us for a panel discussion about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, featuring Beverly Jacobs, Norma General, and Aileen Joseph.
  • Christmas Potluck

    McMaster Divinity College and the Christian Unity Group are hosting a gathering that will celebrate the birth of Jesus while enjoying carols and a potluck dinner. Date: Monday Decmber 7, 2015 Location: McMaster Divinity College Rm 136 6 PM Reception 6:30 PM Dinner Please bring potluck food or gently used teen clothes to donate or canned goods!

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.


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.