Curriculum Review – Feb. 20, 2017This Curriculum Review is intended to help us examine and adjust our programs as needed to accomplish the goals stated below. The Curriculum Review process has studied our past and present programs, course offerings and schedules.
A Theology of MoneyA recorded session is now available on Queen's College YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bELZlLEsWlc&t=2s
Queen’s College Appeal 2017February 19th, 2017 has been designated Queen's College Appeal Sunday - The appeal is an important source of revenue for the College and would like to thank you for supporting it. Please pray for Queen’s College and for vocations to ordained ministry.
Human Shield – Protect our Mosque: Friday February 3rd, 12:30-1:30 p.m.Like all Canadians, we are shocked at the tragic event in Quebec City on January 29, 2017. We offer our condolences and prayers to families and friends of those injured at the Center Culturel Islamique de Quebec. We believe it is essential that people be able to assemble, worship and enjoy fellowship without fear of ridicule or violence. Our College Community will participate with our colleagues on Memorial University Campus in a gathering to create a physical circle of support around St. John’s College Chapel where MUN’s Muslim community meets for prayer. This show of support is scheduled for Friday, February 03 at 1:00 p.m. We invite and encourage students of Queen’s College, our Faculty members, friends of Queen’s and guests to join us on Parking Lot 19 at 12:30 p.m. on Friday for a walk to St. John’s College to participate in the physical circle of support.
Continuing Education EventSpirituality in the Senior Years: The Experience of Ageing, Wisdom and Grace - March 09, 2017 from 9:30 to 11:30 Presenter: Sr. Elizabeth Davis, RSM
Queen’s College Convocation May 4th, 2017 @ 7:30 p.m.in St. Mary the Virgin Parish, Cornwall Avenue, St. John's, NL -- Graduating students will receive degrees, associates and diplomas. The Venerable Tom Moulton will receive an Honorary Doctorate, Bishop Jane Alexander of Edmonton will address convocation, and the Provost will be installed.
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.
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.
Gathering to Thank Rev’d Dr. Alex FaserukQueen’s College Community gathered on September 13 for Mid-day Prayer and a meal to say thank you to Alex Faseruk for his leadership over the past two years. Colleagues from faculty, students, representatives of the Corporation, and the Alumni/ea Association expressed their appreciation in prayers, a meal, toasts and a gift.
Queen’s Launches into Another YearWe are off to a great start for another academic year. We started with our Orientation on September 06. We have had sessions to help students settle into our community and their studies. We have eight full-time students in ordination stream and almost 100 students registered in the variety of programs offered at Queen's. We look forward to an exciting year of study, debate, prayer and discernment.
Opportunity for Theological Education in Central NewfoundlandQueen's College Faculty of Theology is pleased to offer a high quality course in theology in the Central Newfoundland area. This course can be taken for credit in a degree or associate program or done as a non-credit audit. The course will be of interest and benefit to clergy and lay people with an interest in exploring their faith and the beliefs of Christianity. Below are the course details: