Exploring Islam – Sept. 26, 2017 PowerPoint & Audio PresentationPresenter: Dr. Michelle Rebidoux, PhD, Professor of Religious Studies at MUN and Professor of Ethics at Queen’s College Faculty of Theology. As the second largest and the fastest growing religion in the world, Islam is quickly becoming a global force. Nevertheless, many people, including many Christians, know little about the core beliefs and practices of this tradition which, as the third of the Abrahamic religions, shares much in common with Christianity. Indeed, popular media portrayals of Islam continue to fuel misunderstandings. This session is designed to help participants understand and appreciate the religious beliefs and practices of the vast majority of Muslims, who detest violence and terrorism as much as any typical Christian and Canadian. It will also address some of the factors involved in the rise of radical Islam in today’s global society.
The Rev’d Dr. Alexander Daley Memorial Service – September 22, 2017The Rev'd Dr. Alexander (Randy) Daley died in August. He was great friend of the clergy and Church in NL, and a friend and supporter of Queen’s College. Randy was awarded the Honorary Doctorate of Divinity at Queen’s College Convocation 2011. On September 22, friends gathered at Queen’s College Chapel for Memorial Liturgy. The Rev’d Dr. Boyd Morgan presided, and The Rev’d Dr. Canon Frank Cluett was homilist. Friends then gathered in the Common Room for a social time and to reminisce about Randy. The words generosity, gentleness, humor, and humility were used used over and over . May he rest in peace!
500 Years since Martin Luther – May 1, 2017: PowerPoint and Audio Presentation, Part 1 & 2Presenters: Sean McGrath, Ph.D. David Bell, Phil.D. Michelle Rebidous, Ph.D. Ian Wishart, D.D. Barry Stephenson, Ph.D. A journey of reformation and transformation. This event is organized to mark the beginning of the significant historic, theological and cultural changes that started when Martin Luther nailed ninety-five thesis to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, Germany on October 31, 1517.
PWRDF Orientation – April 25, 2017 PowerPoint & Audio PresentationPresenters are PWRDF Diocesan Representatives: Archdeacon Charlene Taylor, Eastern N&L; Ms. Mona Edwards, Western; and Ms. Sheila Boutcher, Central. The main focus of this session is to promote PWRDF to those who are involved in parish ministry, both ordained and non-ordained.
CBC Morning Show – InterviewWe are pleased to announce that CBC Morning Show will have an interview about Queen’s College on Tuesday May 02 sometime between 7:00 and 7:30 a.m. with Dr. Rick Singleton, Provost and two students of our students - Lisa Payne (Master of Divinity - 3rd year ordination) and Greg Warford (Bachelor of Theology Discipleship and Ministry). Hope you tune in to listen.
A Theology of MoneyA recorded session is now available on Queen's College YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bELZlLEsWlc&t=2s
Clergy Wellness: PowerPoint & Audio Presentation – Dec. 13, 2016This session approached the topic of clergy wellness in the context of balance. This session focused on four pillars for a balanced life: self-care, teamwork, friendship, and fun. We hope you can take a bit of time to view or listen to the recording and maybe have a look at the attachments. In this busy season and as we approach the New Year, it can be a real good time to consider your own wellness.
Bachelor of Theology for Discipleship and MinistryThe Bachelor of Theology for Discipleship and Ministry Program is designed to provide opportunity for theological education, spiritual development and pastoral skill practice to those who wish to study on a part time basis.
MUN Safe AppTo download the app, visit here or search MUN Safe in the app store of your Apple or Android device.
Academic Integrity Our Dean of Theology, The Rev'd Dr. David Bell, PhD has prepared a concise and information session on Research methods and Academic Integrity. We encourage all students to view this presentation.