Multi-Faith Centre Room Request Form

Thank you for your interest in the University of Toronto’s Multi-faith Centre. Please complete and submit to the Multi-faith Centre. Room reservations are subject to availability and will only be confirmed upon receipt by the Centre's Manager. All students groups requesting weekly space must take part in one Multi-Faith Centre activity per term, such as social justice projects, dialogues, arts events, or an event developed with another faith club on campus. External groups will be accommodated at a charge subject to availability and congruency with the mission of the Centre.

Group Information

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Event Information

Weekly Space Requires participating in
A) One Snack & Social Time, Wednesdays 4:10-5:00 p.m. (see below)
B) One Community Service Project (see below)

A) Snack & Social Time

The Snack & Social Time presents a great opportunity for students to connect, share and learn from one another. The Multi-Faith Centre provides free snacks at 4 p.m. every Wednesday for a Snack & Social Time. All University of Toronto students are welcome. Please bring a minimum of three members of your club to help host during the Snack & Social Time.

(Required if booking weekly space)
B) Community Service Projects

The following activities will provide an opportunity for student leaders to put faith in action.

In addition to hosting one Snack & Social Time​ on a Wednesday at 4:00 p.m., please confirm that your community will assist with one of the following per term:
1. Great Shoreline Clean-Up
The Great Shoreline Clean-Up will be held from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, September 23. This is an important environmental opportunity to participate in a nation-wide exercise to clean-up our waterfronts. Clubs are encourage to sign up as a group. The program will begin at the Multi-Faith Centre with a brief reflection on how our respective traditions care for creation. Students will then be bussed to the Beach and back.

2. Spirituality and the Environment
Engage with the Eco-Spirituality Group to develop a program exploring the intersection of spirituality and the environment.

3. Food Bank
Faith- and ethically-based clubs are invited to assist with the U of T Student Union Food Bank one Friday each term. This is an opportunity to support students and community members who face challenging economic circumstances and provide them with a nutritious meal. The Food Bank is located on the ground floor of the Multi-Faith Centre.

4. Arts-Based Programming
Clubs are invited to participate in planning a multi-faith visual art exhibit or musical evening. Planning will begin in the fall term, with the program being delivered in the second term.

5. Ecumenical Prayer Service
Christian clubs on campus are invited to come together and plan an ecumenical prayer service to be held at the end of January.

(Required if booking weekly space)
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