Due to UC Reading Week and Family Day weekend, there is no chapel.
Are you interested in learning more about how to practice reconciliation and peace building within your own social, religious, or political context? Are you a church or community leader in the Greater Toronto Area wondering what this looks like in the midst of the today’s tensions and...
As part of the Seminary Colloquium we welcome Anne Woolger, founder of St. Matthew House in Toronto. As the founding director of Matthew House, Anne has been working with refugees in Toronto since 1988.
Focusing Level 1 is a two-day training seminar in which you will learn the steps of Focusing and experiential listening. This will include in-depth practice sessions and applications to your present or future professional work as a therapist with clients.
Adam Morton and a team from the UC Student Council are leading us in Chapel this Sunday night.
Hearing clients’ stories and supporting vulnerable households can be rewarding, but can also take its toll on members of the helping professions, including therapists, pastors and agency staff, affecting their well-being and work performance...
How to Research and Write an APA Style Paper
Offered together with Library Staff, this seminar will provide you with tailored guidelines for researching and writing an APA Style paper.
All seminars are held at CH230. Seminars of free of charge for all students, and pre-...
Get an authentic Tyndale experience! Meet the faculty, sit in on lectures and learn about what student life is really like. Student representatives and admissions counsellors will be here to show you around the campus and help you complete your application.
Come celebrate as a community as we lift up our voices in song. Dr. Melissa Davis and the choir will lead us in Gospel Music praise.
We invite you to join the Tyndale community in celebrating the 4th annual Tuition Free Forward Day. This is a day where we give thanks to students for choosing to study at Tyndale and we celebrate the generous donors who financially support Tyndale students.