Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre group discussion

Support TMTC

Your support for the Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre will make it possible to:

  • host public forums at Toronto School of Theology,
  • support regular student meetings,
  • resource doctoral theses supervision
  • plan North America-wide graduate student conferences, and
  • reach our TMTC Annual Fund goal of $17,000.

Your support for the Grebel Fund will make it possible to:

  • offer quality academic programs,
  • nurture leadership development

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To learn more about how your gift to TMTC will impact students, contact Fred W. Martin, Director of Advancement. 519-885-0220 x24381

Kyle Gingerich Hiebert

"Punctuated by a range of events such as doctoral defences and graduations, scholars forums, book launches, and the annual gathering of Mennonite scholars and friends, the life and work of Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre (TMTC) is both varied and vibrant. A community of students drawn from Toronto School of Theology’s member colleges and McMaster University as well as a burgeoning group of fellows make up the core of TMTC’s regular activity in Toronto. The research being done by those associated with TMTC is creative and engaging. The extent to which this is the case was on full display this past June at our biennial graduate student conference in Toronto, which drew 22 student presenters from 15 different institutions across North America. I am immensely grateful for the opportunity to learn alongside these gifted students and for your continued support that enables such work to continue. Thank you!"

— Kyle Gingerich Hiebert, Director, TMTC

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Make a credit card donation on Grebel's pledge page.  Simply select the fund at Grebel you wish to support and fill in your details. Your receipt for online donations will come from the University of Waterloo. Thanks!

Isaac Friesen

"To receive this award means so much to me. My life has been profoundly shaped by the theology and ethos of the Mennonite Church, and I regard my research as a form of peace work. At a time when tropes of religious and civilizational clash increasingly dominate popular discourse and state policy around the globe, I am deeply grateful to be supported in my promotion of understanding."

— Isaac Friesen, 2017 winner of the A. James Reimer Award

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