Multi-Faith Resource Team

The Multi-Faith Resource Team celebrates diversity, promotes understanding, encourages harmony and fosters spiritual growth at the University of Guelph. We are representatives from diverse faith communities, working collaboartively, and within our own faith traditions, to meet the religious and spiritual needs of the students (both undergraduate and graduate), staff and faculty.  The Multi-Faith Resource Team explores questions of meaning, purpose, belonging and identity. 

As a diverse team, we all affirm the dignity and worth of every individual, regardless of ethnicity, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity.

Particular faith communities have the desire and capacity to serve as strong allies and create safe(r) faith spaces for the LGBTQ2IA+ community.  We welcome and encourage the participation and leadership of LGBTQ2IA+ individuals and hope to act as a support and link to local resources.  For more information about LGBTQ2IA+ affirming faith resources, contact Andrew Hyde at or 519-824-4120, ext. 52390.  

Founded in 1985, the MFRT now consists of the following faith communities:


University of Guelph Meditation Community



Newman Centre Guelph


Ecumenical Campus Ministry

Guelph Campus Ministry

The Evangelical Fellowship


Chabad of Guelph

Guelph Hillel


Hindu Community on Campus


Muslim Community on Campus

Spiritual but not Religious

Spiritual but not Religious Guelph

Can't Find What You Are Looking For?

This list of resources is not exhaustive and we know we haven't mentioned all faith communities.  The MFRT also has connections to other faith communities on campus, including those from the Sikh and Baha’i traditions.  Please contact the MFRT if you would like us to help you get connected.  Please be sure to email us at