Welcome to the Interfaith Spiritual Care Centre at UNBC. Formerly known as the Interfaith Chaplaincy, here have been some changes.
Over the past several months, a working group consisting of representatives of diverse faith communities has been meeting to discern the role and place of spiritual care in the context of the major restructuring at UNBC. The following has been adopted:
The Interfaith Spiritual Care Centre is a place to make connections within a spiritual community in an interfaith context to find spiritual support.
The Interfaith Spiritual Care Centre is a student-centred resource. As an integral part of the student experience:
- it is a welcoming space that provides spiritual and religious support;
- it is a place that models interfaith dialogue, consultation, and community;
- it is a place of presence, prayer, worship, self-reflection, and meditation;
- it connects those who desire it to communities of practice.
Visiting the Interfaith Spiritual Care Centre
The temporary location of the Interfaith Spiritual Care Centre is Room 5-122, near Grizzly Bear Transformation Mask. The former location is not large enough to meet COVID-19 social distancing requirements.
You don't need a specific reason to visit the Interfaith Spiritual Care Centre. Everyone is welcome. Drop-in, relax, and visit with other students or a chaplain.
Watch this space for this semester's schedule.