The Multifaith Centre is located off parking lot #6 on the University of Victoria campus. For more information about any of the programs listed below please email Ruth Dantzer, Anglican chaplain and visit us on Facebook.

PROGRAMS

Spiritual Direction

Spiritual direction is a dynamic process that helps us grow in our spiritual path. The guidance provided helps us to become more open to the promptings of the Spirit in the ordinary events of our lives. Spiritual direction invites us to grow, calls us to transformation, and facilitates a deeper relationship with God. Sessions are available by appointment and are a free service for UVic students. 

Contact the Rev. Ruth Dantzer, Anglican chaplain and certified spiritual director, for more information.

Pet Café Lite

Day: Wednesdays
Time: 2:30pm – 4:00pm

Missing your pet? Stressed about school? Come to Multifaith for cuddles with a certified therapy dog. Pet Café Lite replaces the Pet Café during these COVID times. 

Each session will be one-to-one, with one student and one pet therapy team (which includes the dog and the owner). To register for a session, click here.

Inclusive Christians

Inclusive Christians at UVic is a club that supports a progressive and inclusive voice.  Members identify as Christian, Spiritual but not Religious, or are simply curious to learn more about the Christian tradition.  We welcome Christians of all denominations into our membership. We also overtly welcome people who identify as LGBTQ2IA+, women, people of colour, indigenous people, refugees, people with disabilities, people regardless of socioeconomic status, and people representing other marginalized groups. Club activities include attending the Christian-oriented programs offered at the Multifaith Centre, as well as other off-campus social gatherings and justice-oriented actions.

Day: Wednesdays
Time: 5 pm – 5:45 pm 

The program will not run on November 11th during reading break. Where: The in-person gatherings will be held at the UVic Multifaith Centre and are on a first-come, first-served basis, with safety protocols in place. The online gatherings will be via Zoom. 

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