Category: News

Aileen Urquhart – 2022 Companion of the Centre

On April 3, 2022 the Centre for Christian Studies recognized Aileen Urquhart with the Companion of the Centre Award.

Images from Relationships 2022

Ten students gathered online from March 22 to 29, 2022 to explore the various kinds of relationships that shape up.

Theme Learning Circles 2022-2023

Planning ahead for continuing education? Considering a dive into Diaconal Ministry? Check out what’s coming up in 2022-2023.

Congratulate our 2022 Grads and Companion

Join us for the Annual Service of Celebration on April 3, and leave a congratulatory comment here.

Not Too Gay

CCS grad Bri-anne Swan will be exploring, and critically critiquing, the United Church’s history with sexuality and ministry.

shell art of Phoebe the deacon

CCS Saturday – Profiles in Prophetic Diakonia

Join us on Saturday, April 2, 2022 for an online conversation about diaconal heroes and the role of the diaconate in social justice. Starting at 10am CDT (Winnipeg time) CCS …

Annual Report 2021

The Centre for Christian Studies’ annual report for the year 2021.

March CCS Friday – Becoming an Anti-Racist Church

Join us on Friday, March 4, for an online conversation with Adele Halliday, staff for Anti-Racism and Equity at the United Church of Canada.

Images from Spiritual Practice 2022

In January and February, CCS students became grounded in spiritual practice.

Spring 2022 Circles will be Online

Relationships and Power & Privilege learning circles will be offered as online intensives.

Announcing the 2022 Companion of the Centre – Aileen Urquhart

We are pleased to announce that the 2022 recipient of the Companion of the Centre Award will be Aileen Urquhart.

February CCS Friday – Painting Canadian Lives

On Friday, February 11, at noon (Winnipeg time) we hosted an online discussion of learning from art and learning through art, and the process of telling historical stories in a contemporary …

Principal Search Update

The Principal Search Committee is planning its process.

David Lappano is leaving

Program Staff member David Lappano will be leaving CCS this summer to pursue ordination in the Church of England.

Prairie to Pine Moves In

The P2P Regional Council offices will be renting space at Woodsworth House from CCS.