Category: News

Circles for Reconciliation

Heather Robbins reflects on her experience with Circles for Reconciliation.

Summer 2022 Tapestry

The summer 2022 edition of the Tapestry newsletter is available.

Three Black Women Breaking Barriers in Ministry

This month’s Broadview magazine features an interview/conversation between recent CCS grad Charmain Bailey, current CCS student Lisa Byer-de Wever, and friend of CCS Marlene Britton.

Two new staff to join CCS

And the new staff people are…

Alcris Limongi named new CCS Program Staff

The Centre for Christian Studies is very happy to announce the appointment of Alcris Limongi as a new member of Program Staff, starting on October 15, 2022.

Alan Lai named new CCS Principal

The Centre for Christian Studies is very happy to announce the appointment of Alan Lai as its new Principal, starting October 1, 2022.

Diaconal Connections with Truth and Reconciliation

Aileen Urquhart reflects on what she has learned and continues to learn about Reconciliation.

Images from Learning on Purpose 2022

“Being together in this space has been one of the best things I have done for myself.”

Approaching the Waterfall

As David prepares for the end of his time at CCS, he thanks the CCS community.

Stories as Ancestors

Caryn Douglas reflects on stories of faith as ancestors.

The Myths That Shape Us

Bri-anne Swan explores the impacts of the United Church’s 1988 decisions about sexuality and ordination.

Lessons from Palestine

CCS student Jen Prince reflects on a recent conference exploring justice issues in Israel/Palestine.

Woodsworth House, home of CCS

Principal Search Deadline Updated

Applications for the Principal position will be accepted up to June 12.

Why Do You Care?

In April we sent a survey to 429 of our amazing donors and asked why you care about the Centre for Christian Studies.   Here are a few learnings: 146 of …

Response to NEW01-GC44

The United Church of Canada’s General Council is meeting online (so clearly the picture above is not accurate) over a number of months to discuss the business of the church. …