Mar 15th, 2023Conrad Grebel Events & Info

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Employment Opportunity: Chaplain
The Chaplain?will be?a person with a?strong and vibrant faith, anchored in the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition.?A primary purpose of the?Chaplain role is to express Christian faith, life,?and?values from an Anabaptist-Mennonite perspective and within the context of?a?pluralistic?community. The two primary areas of focus for the Chaplain are to provide pastoral leadership and spiritual care for Grebel?residential and associate students, and to assist with the residence program more generally as a member of the Student Services department. More information and to submit a resume and cover letter by April 10, 2023.

The 10th International Conference on Ageing and Spirituality will be hosted at Conrad Grebel University College from June 4 to 7. Registration is now open! All are welcome to attend and take advantage of workshops and seminars by researchers, scholars, faith leaders, seniors, policy makers, and care partners. Early bird pricing is available until March 18, 2023. Visit for more information and to register. 

Grebel and University of Waterloo March Break Open House | Saturday, March 18, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Interested in studying at the University of Waterloo? Want to tour campus and see what it would be like to live at Conrad Grebel University College while studying at Waterloo? Meet current students, learn about academic programs, and explore the residence. There will be famous Grebel cookies too! Free parking. All are welcome. Visit for more information. 

University of Waterloo Music: End of Term Concert Series | March 22 - April 3
The UWaterloo Music Department invites the community to enjoy end of term concerts by a variety of ensemble groups, including orchestra, jazz, small ensembles, Balinese gamelan, and choirs. A full schedule can be found at



Against the Grain: Mennonite Archives, Indigenous Histories
Archival Exhibit. Mennonite Archives of Ontario Gallery and Milton Good Library, 3rd Floor at Conrad Grebel.
May 2022 - April 2024

Brush a piece of napped fabric against the grain and contrasting colours and patterns appear. Historians read documents against the grain to make visible multiple and diverse experiences of the past. Reading against the grain is one way to uncover hidden Indigenous histories and colonial legacies. Curated by Archivist Laureen Harder-Gissing, this exhibit features documents from the Mennonite Archives of Ontario that invite viewers to practice reading histories of Indigenous and Mennonite encounter against the grain.