Tyndale News

Thriving Faith in the 21st Century

“It was another record breaking year..."

Tyndale alumni can be found around the world in virtually every profession exploring ever-fresh ways to share the hope of the gospel. University College graduates are impacting the field of finance in downtown Toronto, supporting at-risk youth as social workers, or working as therapists in autism clinics. Seminary graduates are discovering how to reach inner city neighbourhoods, refurbishing warehouses into community centres and working in the field of business, science, and medicine living out their faith in their workplace.

It was another record breaking year for Tyndale Seminary, with a graduating class of 179 and a Winter enrolment of 807. As the Seminary grows Tyndale continues to offer new and innovate programs that help students engage with today’s culture. Tyndale Seminary launched the Church in the City program and the Doctor of Ministry’s Preaching and Communication track. A renewal agreement was signed to continue the 20-year partnership with Master’s Seminary to offer a MTS – Pentecostal Studies, and a brand new agreement with Booth University was signed to offer a Master of Theological Studies (MTS) – Salvation Army Studies.

Exciting new initiatives have also taken place at the University College. Business Administration majors are gaining practical, real-world experience in the new internship program. In partnership with Canada Institute of Linguistics, the Linguistics program is now offered as a major. Tyndale University College also launched a new Music and Worship Arts Minor which provides innovative courses and mentorship to help students reach their full potential. New technology is enhancing the experience of our students and helping to accommodate their needs. Our new live streaming study option allows students to participate in class from wherever they are.