News


06
Sep 2022
Job Opening: MST looking for new Registrar

The Montreal School of Theology seeks to fill the position of Registrar. The Registrar provides administrative oversight of the academic programs of the School, technical support in relation to student information and learning management systems, and administrative support for the broader operations and life of MST. This is an 80% (of full-time) position. The Registrar will have meaningful administrative experience, familiarity with online learning and information systems, superior written and communication skills, and a commitment to the mission of MST. It is strongly preferred that the candidate be fluently bilingual (English and......

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06
Sep 2022
MST Appoints New Director of Field Education

The Montreal School of Theology is pleased to announce the appointment of the Rev. Dr. Heather McCance as Director of Field Education at the School. This is a new position within MST and we are delighted that Dr. McCance will be the first to serve in this role. This is a 75% position at MST and Heather will continue to serve as Director of Pastoral Studies at Montreal Dio, on a part-time basis. Prior to her appointment as Director of Pastoral Studies at Montreal Dio (in 2021), Dr. McCance served as Ministry......

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30
Nov 2021
Montreal School of Theology receives Lilly Endowment Inc. grant

The Montreal School of Theology (MST) is pleased to announce it has received a grant of $1,000,000 (USD) from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help MST identify, equip, and support pastoral leaders who are able to lead congregations into creative and confident engagement with their ministry context. The full press release is available here: MST Press Release – Lilly Endowment Inc Phase 2...

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25
Jan 2021
Anglican and United Church Colleges in Montreal Enter into a Strategic Alliance

ANGLICAN AND UNITED CHURCH COLLEGES IN MONTREAL ENTER INTO A STRATEGIC ALLIANCE Montreal Diocesan Theological College and the United Theological College are entering into a strategic alliance that will deepen and build on their long-standing collaboration in theological education. Following months of discussions among members of the Boards of Governors, the two colleges have begun an 18-month transition period in which they will explore and plan for the formation of a combined Anglican-United college in Montreal. Over the course of the winter semester, UTC will complete the process of selling its building......

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06
Jan 2020
Winter 2020: An Introduction to Constructive Communication

This one-day workshop introduces a simple yet profound process: how to prevent or peacefully resolve differences by connecting with another person’s feelings and needs. You may also connect more deeply and authentically with your own feelings and needs. This approach, used world-wide to resolve disputes, is also known as “Nonviolent Communication”, or “NVC”, developed by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg. Workshop content: The purpose of Constructive Communication “Power Over” vs. “Power With”: the intention behind the model The Jackal and the Giraffe: How life stances affect the language we use The four steps of......

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20
Jul 2020
Fall/Winter 2020: K. J.  Campbell's Preaching Workshop

Rev. Dr. Magaret Bullitt-Jonas The Rev. Dr. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas is an Episcopal priest, author, retreat leader, and climate activist. She serves as Missioner for Creation Care in the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts and the Southern New England Conference, United Church of Christ. Her latest book, co-edited with Lea Schade, is Rooted and Rising: Voices of Courage in a Time of Climate Crisis. Her website: RevivingCreation.org Preaching Gospel Hope in a Time of Climate Crisis Climate change is called the moral challenge of our time, yet many preachers avoid discussing it. Through......

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