Message from the SEM Council

Message from the SEM Council

This year, through the Student Council theme of “The Dance,” the seminary student body explored what it means for the church to live as persons: individuals in perfect mutuality.

At September’s orientation, the council, faculty, and staff welcomed new students, and the week following almost one hundred members of the Tyndale community enjoyed a weekend of recreation, teaching, prayer, and song at Fair Havens Retreat Centre. Throughout the busy school year, afternoons of food and discussion in the seminary lounge capped each passing month. Highlights included discussing “Tyndale as perichoresis” with a panel of representatives over a feast of chicken wings. Later in the year, the seminary participated in a solidarity meal, sharing in a typical two-thirds-world dinner and donating to the various non-profit organizations active in our Tyndale community.

As always, Christmas saw the celebration of the season together at Sunnybrook Estates, and Spring arrived with lively preparations for the end-of-year banquet. Finally, the student body closed out 2010-11 with an election of the highest number of Student Council candidates in recent memory, promising an exciting new year of fresh energy and ideas to come.

The TSSA Student Council