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Multifaith Services

Taking care of your spiritual wellness

Dalhousie Multifaith Services is a non-threatening space where Dalhousie and King's students, staff, and faculty can address the basic questions of meaning and purpose in their lives — no matter what their faith, philosophy, or doubt may be.

The centre strives to explore the fundamental issues and concerns of the world from a religious perspective in a setting that encourages open and free discussion, values the raising of questions and doubts, and appreciates divergent histories, attitudes, options, and values. A complete education addresses the whole person: body, mind, and spirit.

What we do

  • offer confidential guidance on personal and spiritual issues
  • lead groups in discussion and prayer
  • facilitate interfaith, ecumenical, and multifaith dialogue on the campus
  • conduct services of worship and memorial services
  • offer prayers at public services
  • provide religious rites, marriage preparation, and perform marriages
  • participate in Orientation and other events at the University
  • plan workshops, lectures and social activities 
  • help locate worship communities for different faith traditions

Where to find us

Student Union Building - room 407
6136 University Avenue

902-494-2287
multifaith@dal.ca

 

Office hours

Monday - Thursday

10am-2pm

 

Chaplain schedule (Spring/Summer hours)

Tuesday 10am-2pm
10am-2pm
Clement Mahlman
Jordan Cameron
Christian (Lutheran)
Christian (Pentecosta
Wednesday 10am-2pm
7-8pm (Wellness Room)
Clement Mahlman
James Smith
Christian (Lutheran)
Soto Zen Buddhist
Thursday 12-3pm (Sexton)
10am-1pm
Clement Mehlman
Jenny Drewitz
Christian (Lutheran)
Christian (Baptist)

> Full list of Dalhousie Chaplains (feel free to reach out to any of them!)

> Places of worship in Halifax, Nova Scotia 

 

Bookmark dal.ca/studentevents!
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Keep an eye out for events hosted by our chaplains including weekly meals, meditation, and pub theology.