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Photo by Colin Corneau showing a person sitting in quiet contemplation with a book in their lap. They sit beside a window covered with a translucent white curtain.

Photo by Colin Corneau from "Faith and Ritual: Celebrating the Diversity of Spiritual Traditions through Photography." The exhibit runs until the end of the Fall Term on Mondays from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm in 521A/B UMSU University Centre.

A new space to connect, reflect and belong

UM's Spiritual Care and Multi-Faith Centre celebrates new home with a week of activities

UM’s Spiritual Care office has moved to a new location of 521A/B UMSU University Centre and they are officially welcoming the UM community to the new Multi-Faith Centre with a week-long open house.

From October 17 to 21, the centre is hosting several activities to celebrate this expansion and providing an opportunity to discover the many ways that Spiritual Care provides support in spiritual well-being, regardless of someone’s spiritual or religious background.

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