Briercrest Seminary

An innovative centre for graduate level ministry training, leadership development, and theological education in Canada. Our approach is both unique and intensive, allowing for meaningful and in-depth study in our modular format. Smaller classes allow for catalytic dialogue and learning and share a fundamental commitment to make biblical and theoretical truths practical and life-related.


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As a military chaplain, I can reach people that are searching or lost in a different way than a pastor can. I’ve done the Kaléo program and the music program, and I’ve lived and breathed Briercrest, so continuing here in the seminary makes sense
Paul Reimer
BA Music 2018

Seminary Staying Online

Briercrest Seminary has decided to continue with our exclusively online course delivery for the Winter semester (January through April 22, 2022). Any comments or questions you have may be directed to Blayne Banting, Dean of the Seminary (bbanting@br



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Why Christian higher education?

In a time when young adults are leaving the faith in overwhelming numbers, what is the role of Christian higher education? President Michael Pawelke describes the difference Christian education can make for students.



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Summer Devotional

Briercrest President Michael Pawelke with some insights on the barrage of changes in our culture and the impact on the Gospel.

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  • The Briercrest Fund

    Gifts to the annual Briercrest Fund help keep tuition fees lower and make it possible for more students to afford a Christian education.

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  • Keeping The Faith

    Students who attended Christian higher education were more likely to remain connected with the Church and with their faith.

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  • Your Legacy

    We invite you to prayerfully consider joining the growing group of friends who desire to do great things for God through Briercrest.

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I learned not to take the easy answers when dealing with Scripture and theology, but to deal with uncomfortable and challenging questions, wrestling with both the text and my own biases to best determine what is true and God-pleasing.
Trevor Loken