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The Ecumenical Chaplaincy
"Church" -- from the Greek, ekklesia, meaning those called out, a gathering with a purpose. The Ecumenical Chaplaincy is ministry of the Anglican and United Churches to college and university students in Montréal, centred on McGill's campus and in close partnership with Christ Church Cathedral and St. James United Church, but open to students at other institutions and other young adults 18-30. We study the Bible. We worship together both in local churches on Sunday in a monthly, bilingual, ecumenical Communion student service. We go on weekend retreats and day trips. We do community service projects. We find opportunities to do all of these things with other Christians and those of other faiths. We offer pastoral counselling to those who need someone to talk to. We eat together. A lot. And we do it in both English and French. While our activities are rooted in the Anglican and United Christian traditions, students and young adults of any or no religious background are welcome to participate with us. We welcome the participation of those of all gender identities and expressions, sexual orientations, cultural or linguistic backgrounds, or physical or intellectual abilities.