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HAVERGAL COLLEGE Toronto Havergal College has been preparing young women to make a difference since 1894. Founded on Anglican values and traditions, the school community gathers with the Chaplain for Morning Prayers three times weekly. A special highlight is our traditional Carol Service held at St. Paul's Anglican Church, the school's original parish. Today Havergal girls develop into extraordinary young women with inquiring minds, global capability and self-awareness. They are encouraged to investigate and explore the world around them while discovering their own unique capabilities. As Old Girls, they will join our proud continuum of 8,000 alumnae who are networked to each other and the world. To learn more about the Havergal difference, visit or contact the Admission Office at (416) 482.4724 or

TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL. Port Hope Established in 1865, TCS is one of Canadas oldest and most respected educational institutions. The School places a balanced emphasis on academics, service learning, athletics and the arts--as both a long-held TCS tradition and a rethought, reinvigorated approach to 21st century education. TCS, a caring and supportive educational community, exists to prepare young men and women to thrive in university and beyond. This community values developing habits of the heart and mind and continues the tradition of beginning each day with a chapel service before heading off to classes. Our supportive and close-knit community of students, parents, alumni, staff and friends make the School on the Hill a truly special place. To set up a visit or obtain more information, please contact the Admissions Office at (905) 885-3209 or Email: Website:

THE CENTRE FOR CHRISTIAN STUDIES is a national theological school of the Anglican and United Churches offering community based education. CCS offers two-week Leadership Development Modules, and year-long certificate programs in Pastoral Care, Education and Social Justice Ministry, preparing people for lay, diaconal and related ministries. CCS is committed to a theology of justice and to contextual education. Students at CCS learn through integration of experience and academics, intentional community building and personal growth and transformation. For more information about the Centre for Christian Studies please visit our website at or call us at (204) 783-4490.

ATLANTIC SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY, an ecumenical university serving Christ's mission, cultivates excellence in graduate-level theological education and research, creative and faithful formation for lay and ordained ministries, and understanding among communities of faith. Courses are offered both on campus and online. AST is fully accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) in Canada and the US. Program offerings include: Master of Divinity degree (honors, on-campus, and summer distance options), Master of Arts (Theology and Religious Studies) degree, Graduate Certificate in Theological Studies, Adult Education Certificate in Theological Studies, and Diploma in Youth Ministry. AST is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and facilities include a student residence, a chapel, and a library with over 86,000 volumes. Academic Department telephone: (902)423-5592, email: website:

HURON UNIVERSITY COLLEGE London, Ontario Whether you're seeking personal development, a critical graduate research environment, or ministry skills for ordination, Huron can help you reach your goals. Affiliated with Western University, the Faculty of Theology is ATS accredited. Offering BTh, MDiv, MTS, MA degrees, continuing education and LTh diploma.

For info: Dean of Theology, 1349 Western Rd. London, ON N6G 1H3 Email: Phone: (519) 438-7224, x289 Web:

MONTREAL DIOCESAN THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, affiliated with McGILL UNIVERSITY and a member of the ecumenical MONTREAL SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY, is a community of scholars and ministers offering programs designed to help students develop theological depth, grow in spiritual maturity and exercise pastoral leadership. Programs lead to L.Th., B.Th, Dip.Min. and MDiv. LTh. may be combined with distance education. Certificate in Theology available through home study. Advanced degrees (S.T.M., M.A., PhD.) offered through McGill. Located in downtown Montreal. For information, please contact: The Principal, 3473 University St., Montreal, Quebec H3A 2A8. (514) 849-3004.

QUEEN'S COLLEGE More than academics. More than community. Queen's College offers students the opportunity to integrate knowledge, skills and experience with personal spirituality in preparation for a life of faith. Situated on the campus of Memorial University, St. John's, NL, we are a degree granting institution and an associate member of the Association of Theological Schools offering programs in MDiv., M.T.S., BTh., B.Th. (by distance), A.Th. (by distance) as well as Diplomas in Theology and Ministry, Pastoral Care, and Youth Ministry. To learn more about this unique educational experience contact The Provost, Queen's College Faculty of Theology, 210 Prince Philip Drive, St. John's, NL, A1B 3R6, or telephone toll free 877-753-0116 or check our website at

RENISON UNIVERSITY COLLEGE is located in the thriving city of Waterloo and affiliated with the University of Waterloo. Rooted in Anglican tradition, our students experience an unparalleled level of support via our Chaplain, our safe and inclusive residence community, and a fulltime social worker exclusively for Renison students. Explore your faith with our lay ministry courses or prepare to help others with our Social Development Studies, Bachelor of Social Work, and Master of Social Work programs. Website: Email:

SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY Faculty of Theology ANGLICAN STUDIES PROGRAM Do you want to become an effective spiritual and pastoral leader? The Master of Divinity (MDiv) at Saint Paul University may be for you. Saint Paul has been preparing Anglicans for ordination for over 30 years. Students receive focused attention on the Anglican tradition in a rich ecumenical and bilingual context, beautifully situated in the national capital region. In addition to courses in theology, scripture, liturgy and pastoral practice, the program offers specialized courses in leadership, conflict resolution, inter-religious dialogue, and contextual theology. Fully accredited by the Association of Theological Schools, the Faculty of Theology offers not only the MDiv (Anglican Studies) and Master of Theological Studies (MTS) but also bachelors, masters, and doctoral programs, including the Doctor of Ministry program.

For more information, please contact Prof. Kevin Flynn at Saint Paul University, 223 Main Street, Ottawa, ON K1S 1C4; (613) 236-1393, ext. 2427/1-800-637-6859.

THORNELOE UNIVERSITY Sudbury, Ontario An innovative and thriving Anglican College within Laurentian University, our Fine Arts, Classical Studies, Theatre Arts, Women's Studies, and Religious Studies programs lead to Laurentian University degrees. We also offer Theology at the Bachelor's, Diploma, and Certificate level. Programs available on campus and by distance education. Call for details and a course calendar. Information: The President, Thorneloe University, 935 Ramsey Lake Rd, Sudbury ON P3E2C6 Phone: 1-866-846-7635 Fax: 705-673-4979 Email: Website:

TRINITY COLLEGE The oldest centre for theological studies in the Anglican Church of Canada, the Faculty of Divinity offers a wide variety of accredited programs, at master's and doctoral levels, in ecumenical collaboration within the Toronto School of Theology and in federation with the University of Toronto. Liberal and catholic in theology, consciously reflective of the liturgy and the spiritual life, encouraging excellence in the practice of ministry, engaged in current issues of society, connected to church communities and offering financial support in all programs. For more information please contact: Faculty of Divinity, Trinity College, 6 Hoskin Avenue, Toronto ON M5S 1H8 (416)978-2133

VANCOUVER SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY Fully accredited by the Association of Theological Schools, VST is a multi-denominational graduate theological college that serves the leadership needs of Christian communities across North America and beyond. VST offers an MDiv, Native Ministries MDiv by extension, MA in Theological Studies, Master of Theology, MA in Public and Pastoral Leadership, MA in Indigenous and Inter-religious Studies, Master of Theology in Indigenous and Inter-religious Studies, diplomas in denominational and graduate studies, and a variety of certificate programs, continuing education program and summer school programs. VST programs can fit into most schedules and fulfill a diverse range of learning needs, including distance education. Alongside the Centre for Christian Leadership, the establishment of the lona Pacific Inter-religious Centre and the Indigenous Studies Centre provide the context for ongoing collaboration and partnership within our inter-religious and First Nations communities. Engaging public events, workshops and January Intensives round out VST's offerings. Consider an education at Vancouver School of Theology and find out more by visiting our website at or emailing

WYCLIFFE COLLEGE, at the University of Toronto is an evangelical Anglican community of learning within the Toronto School of Theology offering both masters level and advanced degree programs Our programs are designed to challenge, encourage and equip students from many denominations to live out their faith and provide leadership as either ordained or lay leaders in their church and wider communities. Innovative programs have been introduced such as the Master of Divinity for Pioneer Ministries and the Master of Theological Studies in Urban and International Development. The flexibility of part time study and online learning in the masters programs provides accessibility. Financial support in all programs is available. Visit us at or telephone (416) 946-3547 for further information.
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Date:Mar 1, 2016
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