News Release: The Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre has ceased its regular programming. Grebel will remain an affiliate member of the Toronto School of Theology. Some other TMTC activities will likely continue under the leadership of other institutions. There will be final virtual event in Fall 2023. More information will be posted here when available. – Jeremy Bergen, TMTC Director

News archive - 2014

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Conrad Grebel University College is accepting applications for the position of Director of the Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre

Applications are invited for the position of Director of the Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre.  The Director stewards the vision of an engaged Mennonite presence in doctoral-level theological education, primarily at the Toronto School of Theology, on behalf of Conrad Grebel University College and its binational Mennonite partners.

For more information about the position and how to apply, please visit Grebel's website

Saturday, March 22, 2014

TMTC Hosts Panel Discussion

Buffalo Shout Panel Discussion

On March 18 TMTC held a panel discussion on themes emerging from the book, Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry: Conversations on Creation, Land Justice, and Life Together, edited by Steve Heinrichs and published by Herald Press. An emphasis on naming the connection between colonization and Christianity, stating the need for ongoing repentance and restitution on the part of churches and government, sharing concerns regarding language (e.g. the words "indigenous" and "settler"), and the desire to create a different history were key themes that emerged.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Kim Penner wins the A. James Reimer Award at TMTC

Kim Penner is the 2013 winner of the A. James Reimer Award. Kim is a ThD student currently in her second year at Emmanuel College at the Toronto School of Theology, studying in the ethics department.

Monday, January 6, 2014

Call for Papers: Wading Deeper: Anabaptist-Mennonite Identities Engage Postmodernity

The theme of this, the sixth Graduate Student Conference initiated by the Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre, reflects the idea of current Anabaptist-Mennonite scholars taking “acculturation” one step further, wading into the messiness of “the world” through the recognition and exploration of multiple voices, contexts, and identities among Anabaptist-Mennonites. Signs of this reality are apparent in academia: perhaps more than ever before, Anabaptist- Mennonite scholars can be found in every discipline in public universities.

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