2021 Commencement Chapel & Installation of Dr. Beth Green

Event Date(s): Tue, 2021/09/14 - 11:15am
Event Location: Tyndale Chapel
Event Type: Chapel

Please join the Tyndale community for the 2021 Commencement Chapel.

We look forward to a time of worship and celebration as we pray over the upcoming academic year, welcome back students, acknowledge award recipients, and support the installation of Dr. Beth Green as Provost & Chief Academic Officer.

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Order of Service

Prelude “Jesus the Mighty One”
Dr. Melissa Davis & the Worship Team
Assistant Professor, Music and Worship Arts

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
Dr. Marjory Kerr, President & Vice Chancellor

Dr. Marjory Kerr

Dr. Barry Smith, Senior Vice President Academic & Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Old Testament Reading Psalm 1
Zohrab Sarkisian, President, Seminary Student Council

Introduction of Dr. Beth Green
Dr. Marjory Kerr

Act of Installation & Commissioning:
Dr. Marjory Kerr
Dr. Beth Green, Provost & Chief Academic Officer

Prayer of Dedication 
Dr. Wafik Wahba, Professor, Global Christianity

Hymn of Praise “Speak O Lord”
Dr. Melissa Davis & the Worship Team

New Testament Reading Ephesians 3:14-21
Ffyona Zoe Campbell, President, Undergraduate Studies Student Council

Commencement Address, More than we can Ask or Imagine
Dr. Beth Green

Student Awards:
Dr. Arnold Neufeldt-Fast, Vice President Academic & Dean of the Seminary
Dr. Barry Smith, Senior Vice President Academic & Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Prayer & Benediction
Steven Holmes, Chair, Tyndale Board of Governors

Postlude “Jesus the Mighty One”
Dr. Melissa Davis & the Worship Team


Dr. Beth Green

Dr. Beth Green

Provost & Chief Academic Officer

Dr. Beth Green earned her DPhil from Oxford University, funded by a prestigious Economic and Research Council scholarship. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and also a graduate of the University of Cambridge and the University of London. During her time at the University of London, she was awarded the Hans Prize in Education for her MA thesis in Education Management.

She joined Tyndale after four years as Program Director of Education at Cardus, a Canadian faith-based think tank, where she focused her work on research and public policy in education, overseeing the significant expansion of the Cardus Education Program. She was appointed a Cardus Senior Fellow in 2019. Beth is a licensed lay reader and member of the parish of St. Luke’s Church in the Anglican diocese of Niagara.

Dr. Green is an expert in religious school ethos, leadership and management, the integration of theology with teaching and learning and, social theory in education.

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