THE FACULTY OF DIVINITY
As the oldest centre for theological study in the Anglican Church of Canada, the Faculty of Divinity at Trinity College has led the way for more than a century and a half in providing theological education within the Anglican tradition.
Trinity has educated and trained a steady stream of Anglican priests, bishops, archbishops and primates (including the two most recent, Michael Peers and Andrew Hutchison), as well as notable theologians, academics, and increasingly in more recent times, laypeople.
Today we experience the excitement of adapting that ongoing tradition in creative ways to new intellectual, liturgical, spiritual and pastoral approaches, and new expressions of social justice and ecumenical co-operation, both locally and on a global scale.
We offer our programs as a means of educating people for ministry in the Church and society. We provide education for Christian ministry, lay or ordained, both at the basic degree level (M.Div., M.T.S.) and at the advanced degree level (M.A., Th.M., Th.D., Ph.D., D.Min.). We invite you most warmly to share in our life over the next few years and beyond.
Within the Toronto School of Theology, there is an enormous range of areas of study. Trinity itself offers students the opportunity to include in their studies concentrations in several emerging areas, including:
- Anglican History and Theology
- New Testament Studies
- History of Religion
- Orthodox and Eastern Christian Studies
- Philosophical Theology and Critical Theory
- Prayer and Social Justice
- Psychotherapy/Counselling Education
- Science and Theology
- Systematic Theology
- Theology and the Environment
- Theology and Art
- Urban Ministry
Reviewing our agreement with the University of Toronto
The current Memorandum of Agreement between the Toronto School of Theology, its seven member colleges, and the University of Toronto is approaching its terminal date, and is being reviewed with a view to renewing it for a further term. The current MOA can be found at http://www.tst.edu/webfm_send/100. Comments and submissions are invited by email before April 30 to firstname.lastname@example.org . For further information, please visit http://www.provost.utoronto.ca/public/pdadc/2012_to_2013/44.htm.