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KEGA Community Worship Service and Dinner – March 1st

chapel pulpitKnox`s Community Worship and dinner next week will be hosted by the Knox-Ewart Graduates Association (KEGA). Entitled “Ministry Mosaic 2016: Models of modern ministry in the PCC,” ministers serving in different ministering and worship contexts will be participating in the service and available during the community dinner to speak with attendees about their experiences. This is an excellent opportunity for students planning on serving the church to ask questions, learn about different opportunities, and build your network.

The service will be led by:
The Rev. Shalini Rajack-Sankarlal (M.R.E. & M.Div., K’13), Minister of Word and Sacrament, St. Andrew’s PC, Ajax (website)

The Rev. Deborah Rapport (M.Div. VST’08, Th.M. Candidate, K’16), Minister of Word and Sacrament, Director and Community Chaplain of ARISE Ministry – a Mission of the Presbytery of East Toronto which offers outreach, case management and pastoral care to individuals involved in the sex-trade (website).

The Rev. Brad Shoemaker (M.Div. K’08), Chaplain, Maplehurst Correctional Complex – a medium to high-security prison and detention centre in Milton, Ont.

The Rev. Wes Denyer (M.Div. K’83), Minister of Word and Sacrament, Rosedale PC (website).

The Rev. Angie Song (M.Div. K’11), Associate Minister: College and Missions, English-Speaking Ministry, Vaughan Community Church (website).

The Rev. Duncan Jeffrey (K`97), Minister of Word and Sacrament, Richmond Hill PC (website).

The community dinner will be held in the Knox Dining Hall and is FREE. Other KEGA members will be in attendance and will be happy to speak with students. All are welcome to attend.

Applications are being accepted for Knox’s Basic Degree Programs.

Apply to our Master of Divinity (M.Div.), Master of Theological Studies (M.T.S.) and Master of Religious Education (M.R.E.), and prepare for ministry and spiritual leadership under the guidance of Knox’s dynamic and knowledgeable professors. Located at the heart of the University of Toronto, and as a member of the Toronto School of Theology, Knox is able to offer its students access to a wealth of resources and opportunities while they complete their degrees. Generous entrance bursaries are available.

For more information and to apply, visit our programs webpage

Application Deadline is May 31, 2016.

Basic Degree poster (2016)


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