Montreal Diocesan Theological College (MDTC) is an Anglican theological college and a founding member of The Montreal School of Theology in affiliation with McGill University.
Le Séminaire Diocésain de Montréal est un séminaire théologique épiscopalien (anglican) et membre fondateur de l’École Théologique de Montréal en affiliation avec l'université McGill.
The aim of the College's programs is to assist our students to become learned, creative and competent ministers.
Students are invited:
Academic study, participation in the fellowship of the praying Church, and practical experience in ministry are essential elements in this educational process.
Students registered in the College's residential program may therefore expect to find themselves living in a community of learning, prayer, and ministry.
Studies are pursued both within the Faculty of Religious Studies of McGill University and at the College. Through participation in an ecumenical community of scholars, our students receive a solid foundation in the theological disciplines, and learn those intellectual skills that will enable them to continue developing as effective ministers in a changing world.
At the centre of our life together is the corporate prayer of the
Church, namely, the divine office and the eucharist.
We listen daily to the Word of God, offer praise and thanksgiving for God's creative and redemptive grace, and, in union with Christ our Priest, intercede for the world.
Field education is equally important in the theological education offered at MDTC. Before the final year, students are placed in parishes under the supervision of experienced pastors.
The In-Ministry Year - the final year of all ministry preparation programs - is a year of supervised training in a parish or other pastoral setting.
Winter 2013 Course
"A History of Christianity: from Luther to Oduyoye"
Feb. 1st - April 20th