CU-MSA is fortunate to offer Chaplaincy Services
We welcome you all to the Chaplaincy Services that the CU-MSA offers in order to provide you with a safe and inclusive environment to speak with our chaplains. The goal of the Muslim Chaplaincy Services is to augment a Muslim student identity for students by providing support, mentorship, counselling, and guidance. The chaplains are previous students who went through the same experiences that most Muslim students are facing daily. Feel free to grab this opportunity and have a word with one of our chaplains Sr. Nimao Ali, Br. Osama Berrada or Dr. Reda Bedeir.
Ustadha Nimao Ali
Sr. Nimao Ali is available on Fridays weekly from 6pm-8pm in the Spirituality Centre (Tory T-27). To book appointments outside of the chaplaincy hours, email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Br. Osama Berrada
Osama Berrada graduated with an HBSc in Health Sciences from the University of Ottawa, and completed a Master of Public Health from Queen’s University by 2013. Currently, he’s an accomplished IT professional working for TELUS Health as a Project Manager. From a very young age, he studied traditional Islam, sitting at the hands of Scholars studying traditional texts and learning the Spiritual Sciences. Osama has been a mentor to youth and peers in the Ottawa community for the past 10 years. He teaches community classes, does spiritual counselling, and leads prayer in the various centers around town. He is a well-respected leader, and a roster Imam for Friday Sermon delivery at the Outaouais Islamic Centre (Gatineau), the Islamic Care Centre (Downtown, Ottawa), and the University of Ottawa.
Br. Berrada is available on Wednesdays from 6-9pm in the Spirituality Centre (Tory T-27). To book appointments outside of the chaplaincy hours, email at email@example.com
Sheikh Dr. Reda Bedeir
Dr. Bedeir is available on Mondays from 4-6pm in the Spirituality Centre (Tory T-27). To book appointments outside of the chaplaincy hours, email at firstname.lastname@example.org