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Exploring Experiences of Online Christian Community

CCS student Caitlin Smithers reflects on her research into the sufficiency of online communities for Christian belonging.

In the Shelter of the Land

CCS student Kendra Mitchell-Foster reflects on her trip to Iceland to learn about the impact of colonization on Christianity there.

CCS Scholarships 2023

Did you know that CCS has scholarships? Is one of them for you?

10 More Ways to Work Toward Anti-Racism

Happy International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination!

Annual Report 2022

The Centre for Christian Studies’ annual report for the year 2022.

Black and Diaconal Panel Discussion

Lisa Byer-de Wever, Marlene Britton, and Aldith Baker discuss what it means to be Black and a deacon/diaconal minister in Canada.

Take the Money and …Budget

Glenn Morison shared tips to help ministers keep their personal finances in order.

Telling the Story

Jen Carter-Morgan reflects on the recent Festival of Biblical Storytelling.

Images from Living Scripture 2023

CCS student wrestled with the Bible in lively and challenging ways.

February CCS Friday – The Power of the Tithe

On Friday, Feb 10 we hosted a conversation with Glenn Morison about personal finances and faith.

Black History Month at CCS

We have couple of free online events this month to mark Black History Month.

Why 2023 is Your Year for Continuing Education

We have some amazing opportunities coming up!

Announcing the 2023 Companion of the Centre

The Centre for Christian Studies is pleased to announce that the 2023 recipient of the Companion of the Centre Award will be Greer Anne Wenh-In Ng (吳 詠 嫣 Wu Yong-yan).

Humour and Resistance with Cláudio Carvalhaes

The Centre for Christian Studies is excited to be offering a 2-day continuing education event with Cláudio Carvalhaes! Humor, Laughter, Foolishness: Performing Love, Resilience and Resistance Friday, April 14 and …

January CCS Friday – Universal Christ through the Lens of Daoism

Min-Goo Kang found that embracing his roots and heritage led him home to a place in Christianity that bridges faith and culture.