Applications will be accepted beginning Friday, September 9 for the Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Program at the Toronto School of Theology with an application deadline of Friday, November 25, 2016.

The Toronto School of Theology's DMin program is designed to assist students in gaining advanced expertise in the general practice of ministry as well as advanced skill in a specialized area of research particular to their ministry. The normal length of the program is four years.

Please note: New email addresses are now in effect for the Graduate Centre for Theological Studies (GCTS).

Congratulations to Phyllis Airhart for receiving the 2016 Canadian Society for the Study of Religion (CSSR) book prize for her book A Church with the Soul of a Nation. Phyllis is a Professor of the History of Christianity at Emmanuel College, one of the Toronto School of Theology's seven member colleges.