Briercrest SeminaryAn 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.
ProgramsA classroom education is within your reach, even if you work full time. Our seminary offers you Christian education with outstanding instruction from some of the most well-respected scholars in biblical studies, counselling, leadership, and ministry today. Come for a week and enrich your ministry. Come for a few more and be on your way to a master's degree.
FacultyStudents enjoy the availability and opportunity for interaction with their professors. Experienced, well-educated and highly-credentialed instructors share a desire to encourage and facilitate both academic and spiritual growth in students. Full-time professors and adjuncts, experts in their respective fields, bring depth of knowledge and experience to the classroom.
Visiting Scholar in Old Testament
Briercrest Seminary will be hosting a Visiting Scholar in Old Testament for the 2017-18 academic year. Dr. Keith Bodner is currently Professor of Religious Studies at Crandall University in New Brunswick. Dr. Bodner and his family will be joining us here on campus. During that time, he will be teaching five Old Testament courses. The first, Preaching and Teaching Biblical Narratives, will be offered in June!
Charles Hackney, PhD, dives into the psychology of relational groups and how we gravitate towards a mentality of Them vs Us.
Briercrest President Michael Pawelke gives a charge to new and returning students for the year ahead; always be learning, work at building close relationships and to be diligent and persevere without compromise in the faith.
Sep 13 2017 12:00:00:000AM
Kurtis and Kelsey Hoff are moving to the Middle East with hopes of building bridges between westerners and Arabs.
May 31 2017 12:00:00:000AM
A recap of Aboriginal Awareness Week.
May 10 2017 12:00:00:000AM