“Our ministry in the college centres on sight. Students preparing for ministry need opportunities to see themselves as God sees them: as vulnerable and flawed but also blessed and gifted to minister in God’s world. Through daily prayer, pastoral supervision, and creative ministry opportunities, the college helps students see themselves in a new and transforming light. It is the foundation of all their future ministry.”
The Very Rev. Knolly Clarke, former Dean of Holy Trinity Cathedral, Port-of-Spain in the Diocese of Trinidad and Tobago, became an associate of the college in the early 1970s while he was completing first a B.Th. and then an S.T.M. at the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University.
M.Div. ’18 candidate and postulant for ordination Tania Lesack provides a glimpse into the challenges and rewards of the In Ministry Year at the college.
College alumna and Board member Rhonda Waters (M.Div. ’11) discusses the new college corporation and the impact your membership and support will have on equipping tomorrow’s leaders.
One of the highlights of the fall term at the college has been the opportunity to welcome visitors from around the world, including Archbishop Rowan Williams, Primate of Jerusalem and the Middle East Suheil Dawani, and representatives of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA).
The college is offering exciting and widely accessible programming for winter 2018.