Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre

The Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre (TMTC) helps form theological leadership for the church by providing and supporting graduate theological education, particularly at the doctoral level, from a Mennonite perspective in an ecumenical context. 

TMTC encourages scholars to grow toward wise theological discernment, spiritual depth and maturity, excellent scholarship, mutual respect and dialogue, ecumenical and global awareness.

Founded in 1990, TMTC is now administered by Conrad Grebel University College on behalf of a binational Mennonite constituency represented by an Advisory Council. It operates within the ecumenical and academic environment of the Toronto School of Theology at the University of Toronto.


In Toronto

  • Graduate teaching and advising
  • Structured ecumenical dialogue forums
  • Special lectures and forums 
  • Scholars forums
  • Women’s group
  • Academic conferences

Across North America

  • Graduate student conferences
  • Mennonite Scholars and Friends Forum and Reception at AAR/SBL meetings
  • Muslim-Christian dialogue
  • Sabbatical residence for visiting
  • Anabaptist-Mennonite Scholars Network
  1. Oct. 6, 2022Fall 2022 Research Round-up
    Image of zoom gathering for TMTC Welcome Gathering

    To welcome another academic year the TMTC community gathered virtually for a celebration of research. TMTC community members from Toronto and beyond shared about the following completed projects or works in progress:

  2. July 21, 2022New publication: Theology at the Border by Hadje Sadje
    New publication: Theology at the Border by Hadje Sadje

    TMTC Visiting Fellow Hadje Cresencio Sadje explores the work of Community Peacemaker Teams (CPT), formally Christian Peacemaker Teams, in a new Pandora Press publication entitled Theology at the Border: Community Peacemaker Teams and the Refuge Crisis in Europe.

  3. June 20, 2022CONCERN series Republished
    CONCERN series covers

    by Laura Schmidt Roberts

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