Category: News

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. …

Come say goodbye to David

David Lappano has been a member of Program Staff at the Centre for Christian Studies since 2015. As of July 31, 2022 he will be leaving CCS to follow his calling …

Come Work With Us – Two Job Opportunities

CCS is looking for a new Principal and a new member of Program Staff.

Learning on Purpose 2022 registration deadline approaching

June 13 to 24 in London, ON. Contact us right away to register.

The Power of Mentors

Mentors and students gathered online to reflect on diaconal identity last week.

The Books That Moved Us

Today, April 23rd, is World Book Day, an international day to celebrate reading and publishing. To celebrate, we asked some of the CCS staff to share a book they’ve read in the past year that had an impact.

Images from Power and Privilege 2022

From March 31 to April 6 a small group of students gathered online to explore the power dynamics that shape our world and to consider just and transformative ways of using their own power for good.