The Institute of Anabaptist and Mennonite Studies invites you to a screening of "Zwingli: Der Reformator" (The Reformer. Zwingli: A Life's Portrait), the Swiss filmmaker Stephan Haupt's award-winning 2019 depiction of the early Reformation in Zurich.
Grebel's Convocation Celebration will be Sunday, April 23, 2023 at 2pm. Invited guests may join in person, others may join online! Join us as we celebrate the Grebel Class of 2023!
ICAS returns to Waterloo, Ontario, Canada from June 4-7, 2023. Conrad Grebel University College will host the 10th ICAS, with the theme Challenges and choices: Spirituality and dignity in later life. All are welcome to come together for stimulating discussions, learning opportunities, and meaningful connections with others who care about the role of spirituality in aging persons’ lives. Visit the official conference website: uwaterloo.ca/ageing-spirituality/
Grebel is excited to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Master of Peace and Conflict Studies program, together with recognition of the 2022 recipient of the Grebel Distinguished Alumni Service Award, Issa Ebombolo (MPACS 2017).
"Your Wall Can (Not) Divide Us" explores topics of resistance, political communication, commemoration, and identity expression through graffiti.
2023 Sawatsky Lecture
This year's lecture will be held in-person and live streamed.
End of Term Concert
5 different ICE groups will perform a wide variety of classical music pieces. Composers range from Mozart to Handel to Russell Peterson, so there will be something for everybody's taste. Participating students are from multiple departments, including Computer Science, Engineering, and Music.
Jazz Ensemble - End of Term Concert
Directed by Michael Wood, the 20 member Jazz Ensemble will present a concert featuring Canadian compositions and their composers.
The fall Chamber Choir program explores themes of light and night in music that spans five hundred years, written by composers such as Palestrina, Josquin and Victoria of the Renaissance and Eric Whitacre, Ēriks Ešenvalds, and Sarah Quartel of our own time.
The Choir will be accompanied by Madeline Weber, piano and a string quartet:
Karen Fu (violin), Frank Wang (violin), Ewan Simms (viola) and Robert Choi (cello)
End of Term Concert
Come and join the University Choir as they explore themes of winter through works by G.F. Handel, Randall Stroope, Edward Elgar, Randall Thompson, and many more. Whether surrounded by the joyous runs of For Unto Us a Child is Born or the whistling wind of Rajaton's Pakkanen, there is sure to be a piece for everyone.