Monday Morning Meditation
Start your week with a clear mind.

Mondays, 9.30 am

Professional afternoon stress-relief.
Tuesdays, 4 pm

Mid-Week Meditation
A moment of peace midway through the week.

Wednesdays, 12 pm

Weekly vegetarian dinners and great discussions.

Thursdays, 6.30 pm

Learning, socializing, and personal Growth.

Every two weeks; Sundays

Taizé Prayer
Chanting and praying in the St. Servaas Chapel.

Wednesdays, 6 pm

Wide Horizons
Lectures, workshops, and more about all our passions.

Most Wednesdays, 7 pm

Registration Required
You'll require a ticket for most events. They are free.

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The Refugee Project Maastricht is a volunteer-run organization that aims at connecting people from different cultures and backgrounds on a level where they can meet and become friends.

The project, with its roots in The InnBetween, opts for an approach aimed at building mutual understanding, solidarity, and a sharing of different cultures.

Our goal is to create an accepting, welcoming, and empowering environment in which students, locals, refugees, and asylum seekers can feel at home.


Maastricht Catholic Student Chaplaincy is a community of students that seeks to live, explore, and communicate the Catholic faith in a family-like atmosphere.

Join an activity at one of the Catholic churches in the center of Maastricht (Onze Lieve Vrouw, St. Matthias, and St. Martinus) or at Keizer Karelplein 5.

All students are welcome to participate. Priests and religious are available for sacraments, preparation to receive the sacraments, spiritual conversations, and guidance.

You can find contact information on the 'Meet the Team' page on our website.


Home. The InnBetween strives to be a second home for students in Maastricht. A place to eat, study, meet, be together, play games, share your life. The InnBetween aims to be an open-minded community that brings people from different backgrounds together.

Here’s our story. Spirituality is our core business. The InnBetween is rooted in Christianity. This means for us that we first listen to others, and then speak about ourselves. It means that we want to give students a place to be themselves and nothing else.

Read more of our story here!