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.
- 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
- Support for American Academy of Religion (AAR)/Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) academic
- Muslim-Christian dialogue
- Sabbatical residence for visiting
- Anabaptist-Mennonite Scholars Network
Interim Director of Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre
Pablo Kim Sun
Administrative Assistant of Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre
Office phone: 416-978-6078
- Mar. 23, 2017
We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Kyle Gingerich Hiebert has been appointed Director of the Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre (TMTC), beginning July 4, 2017.
- Feb. 17, 2017
Applications for the position of Director of the Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre are being accepted until March 1, 2017. The Director of TMTC stewards the vision of an engaged Mennonite presence in doctoral-level theological education, primarily at the Toronto School of Theology (TST), on behalf of Conrad Grebel University College and its binational corporate members. This administrative position is 0.25 FTE, beginning July 1, 2017. Full position description and application details are
- Nov. 30, 2016
Kim Penner is concluding her work as TMTC Coordinator, which she has held for the past 3.5 years, at the end of December. She has very ably managed the TMTC office, prepared successful grant proposals, produced newsletters, planned many events and led several of them, most notably the very successful TMTC Graduate Student Conference held in Elkhart, Indiana this past Spring. She worked with three directors (John Rempel, Jeremy Bergen, Trevor Bechtel). The coming months will be busy for Kim as well—she expects to defend her doctoral dissertation in th