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28
Jul 2017

Meet with Cuban youth, leaders, health workers, artists and others who are transforming their communities. Visit churches and social change organizations and see, first-hand, the vibrant hope and spiritually of the Cuban people! Discover the rich fabric of Cuban culture through jazz, concerts, the ballet, museum visits, lectures, and free time in Havana and Varadero. Reflect on your experiences and share insights with your fellow travelers. And return home inspired to act on what you learn. The tour will be accompanied by Roland De Vries, Director of Studies, Presbyterian College and Alyson......

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28
Jul 2017

This course offers a sustained examination of several ancient Christian Gospels. FREDERICK S. TAPPENDEN This course will examine the implications of theology for the sciences, which have cultivated new experiences and expressions of life and death in our late modern age. Students will be invited to consider also the theological implications of the sciences and scientific practices as we wrestle to understand both God and humanity. To do this well, students will explore the history and philosophy of science and constructive theological loci so that a mature understanding of both theology and......

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28
Jul 2017

David Csinos charts a new path to cultivate spiritual vitality in children and youth. He offers innovative ideas and thoughtful practices that help form young people as disciples of Jesus, including: Creating spaces of radical hospitality Fostering intergenerational relationships Nurturing a spirit of justice and compassion. Dates and times:   Friday September 29, 2017 from 9:00 – 16:00 Cost: $75 per person includes lunch Register by email at: reception@pcmtl.ca For more information, contact Roland De Vries at rdevries@pcmtl.ca or at (514) 288-5256 ext. 209    ...

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26
Jul 2017

This course will examine the implications of theology for the sciences, which have cultivated new experiences and expressions of life and death in our late modern age. Students will be invited to consider also the theological implications of the sciences and scientific practices as we wrestle to understand both God and humanity. To do this well, students will explore the history and philosophy of science and constructive theological loci so that a mature understanding of both theology and science might afford the way towards thoughtful and engaging scholarship concentrated around the promises......

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01
Feb 2017

The Montreal School of Theology stands with all those who condemn the senseless and tragic events in Quebec City. As Christians and as Canadians we support our Muslim neighbours and we pray for the families of those who lost loved ones and for those who remain in hospital....

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30
Jan 2017

In January 2017 a group of In-Ministry Year students and staff travelled to Winnipeg (Manitoba) to learn about aboriginal religious life. They stayed at the Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre. Read about the students’ WINNIPEG impressions Jan 2017....

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08
Dec 2016

From Julian of Norwich to Rowan Williams: Explorations in Anglican Spirituality with the Rev. Dr. Donald Boisvert, Interim Rector of Christ Church Cathedral in Montreal. This course runs from January 9 to April 10, Mondays 7:00-9:30 p.m. For more information, please contact the administrator of the Montreal Diocesan Theological College, Beth Reed, 514-849-3004....

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08
Dec 2016

This on-line webinar course is a survey of the rich history of the United Church of Canada and of the various kinds of theologies generated throughout that history and within the United Church today. As participants continue to expand their knowledge of and engagement with United Church history and theology in years to come, this course will provide skills for those endeavours. Instructor: Dr Loraine MacKenzie-Shepherd First class: January 5, 2017, last class: Monday April 10, 2017 Thursdays 6 – 8.:30 p.m. Tuition: $ 700 To register, or for more information, please......

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