Tyndale’s founders in 1894 represented distinct Christian traditions. Tyndale has always been able to convene people from diverse groups and backgrounds. Our community represents more than 40 denominations and 60 ethnic backgrounds. The diversity at Tyndale adds value to our educational experience by encouraging openness and respectful dialogue. Tyndale embraces its mission to gather the Christian community together in the common desire to be agents of Spirit-led transformation in a broken world.
Office of the President
Meet Dr. Marjory Kerr, President and Vice Chancellor.
Office of the Chancellor
Board of Governors
Meet the members of the Tyndale Board of Governors.
Tyndale Foundation Board
Meet the members of the Tyndale Foundation Board.
Tyndale is dedicated to the pursuit of truth, to excellence in teaching, learning and research, for the enriching of mind, heart and character, to serve the church and the world for the glory of God.
What began in 1894 as an education initiative among four key denominations under the name Toronto Bible Training School has now grown to be the largest graduate school of theology in Canada and a thriving and creative undergraduate university...