Current Courses

All these courses offered are taken towards the TIM Centre’s Certificate or Diploma in “Foundations of Missional Ministry & Church Leadership."  This training is to prepare any ministry leader to serve, but maybe of interest to those who may not have a recognized theology degree and is seeking to be credentialed within a partner denomination.

Introduction to Urban Ministry

Course Instructor and Location: Dr. Michael Krause

This course will provide an overview of the various approaches to urban ministry found in Toronto with a particular focus on inner-city ministry with the poor and marginalized. The goal of the course is to understand some of the issues involved in inner-city life, to discover what various ministries are doing in Toronto, to learn how to approach ministry in an urban context and to design more effective ministry with marginalized people. Students will learn how to evaluate their own communities and discover ways of reaching their neighborhoods.

Course Dates:

6 Thursdays from 6:30pm to 9:30pm for the following dates
January 16, 30; February 13, 27; March 13, 27
1 Saturday full day - February 22 (tentatively).

Textbooks:

There’ll be no official textbooks for this class, but it is recommended to read Greg Paul's God in the Alley or Tim Huff's Bent Hope.

Location:

Tyndale University College & Seminary, New Bayview Campus.

Registration:

Online  |  Email  |  Call: 416-226-6620  Ext: 2708

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Basic Bible Doctrines

Course Instructor: Rev. Dr. Clint Mix

There should be no theology that does not relate the mission of the church... And there should be no mission of the church carried on without deep theological roots in the soil of the Bible. No theology without missional impact; no mission without theological foundations.

Our understanding of who God is (Theology) should shape our understanding and practice of the mission of the church. The primary emphasis in the course will be on “Biblical Theology.” The course is designed to explore the underlying theological themes that are woven all through the Bible’s grand narrative.

This course will also provide a systematic view of theology. At each class a major doctrine will be taught by a small group of students.

Course Dates:

8 Mondays from 6:30pm to 9:30pm for the following dates:
February 3, 10, 24; March 3, 10, 24, 31; April 7.

Textbook:

Please bring $17.00 for this course's textbook, which will be available at the first class.

Location:

Peoples Church.

Registration:

Online  |  Email  |  Call: 416-226-6620  Ext: 2708

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