The Muslim Chaplaincy
The Muslim Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto is here to serve you
The team at Muslim Chaplaincy of Toronto is excited to announce its first event of 2023, in collaboration with Emmanuel College of Victoria University in the University of Toronto. We will discuss Canadian Muslim Chaplaincy in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities. The full-day conference will include a series of panel discussions and a keynote address from Dr. Ingrid Mattson.
Tickets are on sale now! Visit https://bit.ly/mc21stcentury.
Join us on January 21st as our panelists discuss their pastoral journeys & experiences.
Taking the next step in islamic leadership
What people say
Imam Omer Bajwa
Coordinator of Muslim Life at Yale University
The Muslim Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto strives to offer holistic, inclusive and meaningful experiences of religious learning, practice and engagement. I am continually impressed with their efforts; the more I observe their program, the more I hope and pray for their program to flourish and be emulated by other campuses.
Like many other Muslims, I often struggle to reconcile between conflicting forces in my life. As students still in our formative years, we are learning just as much about the world and ourselves as we are about our respective fields. The Muslim Chaplaincy has helped to bridge the gap between foundational Islamic knowledge and today's university student. Upon discovering it, I found a space where I can connect with and learn from others regarding how to engage many relevant and intersectional issues. Ustadh Amjad Tarsin has inspired me through both guidance and example, all in a way that reflects prophetic character. Being the new generation, we are taking on important responsibilities. We desperately need the support to carry our great community forward, and the MC plays a crucial role in providing it.
Psychology Student | UofT Mississauga
Dr. Ingrid Mattson
Professor of Theology at Western University
Any reasonable person who is concerned about the future of Islam in Canada surely understands that a significant increase in responsible and culturally aware religious leaders, role models and mentors in our communities is critical. The Muslim Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto exemplifies the kind of responsive leadership and relevant services desperately needed. Thousands of young people who might otherwise be lost to religious indifference, alienation or even extremism are being served by this program which deserves our utmost support.
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