Multi-Faith Resources for Students at Trent University
What is Trent University Spiritual Affairs?
Trent University Spiritual Affairs provides support to students from all faith traditions, as well as students who are considering questions of meaning, purpose and identity. Our multi-faith model embraces all religious and spiritual groups on campus, with the aim of fostering mutual respect and understanding among students.
Forest Meditation Walk
Thursday, November 7th from 1 pm-3 pm
Join a certified Forest Meditation Guide for a special walk in the woods this fall! This practice will help you slow down, relax and connect with nature. Very different than hiking, our walk with move at a slow pace and be interspersed with stillness, invitations to explore our natural surroundings, and opportunities for sharing our experiences with one another. This event will take place rain or shine, so dress for the weather! This event is accessible for those with physical mobility concerns.
Registration has now closed for this event.
Walk Facilitator: Kristina Domsic of Rooted Heart: Ecologist, Yoga Instructor and Forest Meditation Guide
Resources for Students
Directory of Community Faith Groups - a listing of faith communities in Peterborough and surrounding area.
Multi-Faith Network - information about our volunteer Chaplains and Community Liaisons, who are available to meet with and support students.
Multi-Faith Room - information about our dedicated space on campus.
Start a Faith-Based Student Group - resources for those who would like to start a faith-based club.
Questions can be directed to Johanna Hart, Spiritual Affairs Coordinator.