Active Clubs

Korean Christian Fellowship

Last Active Term
Who we are

We are a community of students passionate about knowing God and participating in his work on campus and in the world. Together we pursue transformation through Scripture to lead and equip others to join in Jesus' extraordinary revolution.

Whether you are a Christian, curious, or simply exploring who Jesus is, we would love to help you get plugged...

We are a community of students passionate about knowing God and participating in his work on campus and in the world. Together we pursue transformation through Scripture to lead and equip others to join in Jesus' extraordinary revolution.

Whether you are a Christian, curious, or simply exploring who Jesus is, we would love to help you get plugged into our community! We have small groups, prayer times, and bible studies happening throughout the week and regular large groups on Fridays where we gather for a time of worship and fellowship.

Mandarin Chinese Christian Fellowship

Last Active Term
Who we are

We worship God and do bible study in order to learn the word of God through speaker nights, praise and worship nights, movies, and Bible studies.

We worship God and do bible study in order to learn the word of God through speaker nights, praise and worship nights, movies, and Bible studies.

Muslim Students' Association (MSA)

Last Active Term
Who we are

The Muslim Students' Association (MSA) at the University of Waterloo seeks to create a community that is open and dynamic, which caters to the best interests of all Muslims on campus. Our main goals are to provide an Islamic environment for the Muslims at UW, and to raise awareness of Islam among non-Muslims. We achieve these goals by providing services...

The Muslim Students' Association (MSA) at the University of Waterloo seeks to create a community that is open and dynamic, which caters to the best interests of all Muslims on campus. Our main goals are to provide an Islamic environment for the Muslims at UW, and to raise awareness of Islam among non-Muslims. We achieve these goals by providing services and support for Muslims on campus, and by organizing lectures, conferences, and Islam Awareness Weeks each term for the general UW population.

Power to Change (Campus Crusade for Christ)

Last Active Term
Who we are

Power to Change is a Christian club who exists to serve the spiritual needs of students on campus. Anyone and everyone is welcome to our club--whether you are a Christian or not. We would love to hear your life story.

The core of our ministry consists of engaging events, discussion groups, prayer meetings, bible studies, weekly meetings,...

Power to Change is a Christian club who exists to serve the spiritual needs of students on campus. Anyone and everyone is welcome to our club--whether you are a Christian or not. We would love to hear your life story.

The core of our ministry consists of engaging events, discussion groups, prayer meetings, bible studies, weekly meetings, conferences, and spring/summer mission’s trips.

The Bhakti Yoga Club

Last Active Term
Who we are

Our mission is to inspire positivity and resilience to empower a healthy mindset. The Bhakti Yoga Club is for open-minded students, all ages, who like to view issues by examining “the bigger picture”. It is about introducing spirituality to students from all different faiths and ethnic backgrounds. More specifically, tangible solutions based in ancient cultures to material problems. Anyone with...

Our mission is to inspire positivity and resilience to empower a healthy mindset. The Bhakti Yoga Club is for open-minded students, all ages, who like to view issues by examining “the bigger picture”. It is about introducing spirituality to students from all different faiths and ethnic backgrounds. More specifically, tangible solutions based in ancient cultures to material problems. Anyone with an interest or curiosity in spiritual discourse, yoga and meditation, self-help, or simply a desire to try something new is welcome to any of our sessions.
The university community like University of Guelph, McMaster University and University of Toronto have clubs similar to this promoting Vedic principles and philosophies. With an increasingly influential “next generation” in these ever-growing communities, we also thought it was about time to bring the young people from these organizations together to discuss the ideas we were brought up with and celebrate the unity in our diversities in an academic setting. Want to challenge a narrative you were taught? We probably do too!
You don’t need prior experience with any of these ideas to join our club. Bring your own opinions, approaches to life and concerns and let’s learn from each other! Our goal is to create a network of like-minded deep thinkers on campus through chill discussions, free workshops, musical meditation and more.

The Islamic Information Center of the University Waterloo (IICUW)

Last Active Term
Who we are

The Islamic Information Center of the University Waterloo (IICUW), is a registered Federation of Students club that promotes the intercultural diversity amongst society in Canada by enhancing interfaith tolerance and relationship through the improved perception of Islam. The IICUW strives to provide the local community with accurate and unbiased information regarding the principles of Islam. In order to achieve this...

The Islamic Information Center of the University Waterloo (IICUW), is a registered Federation of Students club that promotes the intercultural diversity amongst society in Canada by enhancing interfaith tolerance and relationship through the improved perception of Islam. The IICUW strives to provide the local community with accurate and unbiased information regarding the principles of Islam. In order to achieve this noble aim, the IICUW facilitates the awareness of Islam by providing the following services:
Free copy of the Holy Quran (English Translation) Free Islamic Information Booths (in SLC) Free Books/DVDs on Islam Free Discover Islam Workshops Free Movie Nights (Documentaries/Lectures) Free Visit to Local Mosque Any information you need about Islam.

TMA (Thaqalayn Muslim Association)

Last Active Term
Who we are

The Thaqalayn Muslim Association was founded in early 2012. The club was formed by a group Shia Ithna Asheri Muslim students in response to a lack of an official support network for the post-secondary Shia Muslim students in the Kitchener-Waterloo region. Although the headquarters of TMA Waterloo's activities is the University of Waterloo's main campus, the TMA aims to be...

The Thaqalayn Muslim Association was founded in early 2012. The club was formed by a group Shia Ithna Asheri Muslim students in response to a lack of an official support network for the post-secondary Shia Muslim students in the Kitchener-Waterloo region. Although the headquarters of TMA Waterloo's activities is the University of Waterloo's main campus, the TMA aims to be accessible to all post-secondary students in the region. Thus, the TMA Waterloo’s purpose is to cater primarily, although not exclusively, to the needs of the Shia Ithna Asheri Muslim post-secondary students at the University of Waterloo, and the surrounding region, while simultaneously representing their collective voices and pursuing their ideals.

University of Waterloo Cantonese Chinese Christian Fellowship

Last Active Term
Who we are

UW Cantonese Chinese Christian Fellowship (UWcCCF) is a Christian group on campus with a focus in Cantonese and English speaking students. We aim to build a community of Christian believers on campus, equip members with biblical knowledge, and evangelize others at the University of Waterloo. UWcCCF consists of mostly Christians rooted in Cantonese culture or from a Hong Kong background,...

UW Cantonese Chinese Christian Fellowship (UWcCCF) is a Christian group on campus with a focus in Cantonese and English speaking students. We aim to build a community of Christian believers on campus, equip members with biblical knowledge, and evangelize others at the University of Waterloo. UWcCCF consists of mostly Christians rooted in Cantonese culture or from a Hong Kong background, however, anyone is welcome to learn more about God, connect with brothers and sisters, and share their love to people around them. We run various interactive activities during our weekly meetings, such as Bible studies, worship, prayer nights, games and outreach services. Please browse our Facebook page to know more about us! We look forward to seeing you!

Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/uwcccf/ (General information)
Email: uwcccf@clubs.feds.ca

University of Waterloo Soka Gakkai International (UWSGI)

Last Active Term
Who we are

The purpose of the club is to gather University of Waterloo students, staff, faculty, and members of the UWaterloo community at large to better understand Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism with the keen understanding that we live in a diverse environment. The Soka Gakkai is a diverse global community of individuals in 192 countries and territories who practice Nichiren Buddhism. It cherishes...

The purpose of the club is to gather University of Waterloo students, staff, faculty, and members of the UWaterloo community at large to better understand Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism with the keen understanding that we live in a diverse environment. The Soka Gakkai is a diverse global community of individuals in 192 countries and territories who practice Nichiren Buddhism. It cherishes the value of peace, culture and education centered on the respect for the dignity of life. We meet weekly to discuss different topics related to student life and being global citizens through the lens of humanistic Buddhism. We also work on projects related to Nichiren Buddhism education and connect with the larger Waterloo community.

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