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Welcome to Queen's College
I am delighted that you've found your way to our website. Please use the website and links to access information, forms and contacts to further explore our programs, community and resources. If you are a visitor, you have found a good introduction to who we are and what we do.
Our programs and services at Queen’s College have changed immensely since it was founded in 1841. Changes have been and will be necessary to ensure we are relevant and current in a changing world. Yet, the goal and purpose to provide theological education, pastoral skills and spiritual formation for those discerning their vocations and preparing for ministry remains as genuine as it was 175 years ago.
As you explore our website and become more familiar with Queen’s College you will discover we have a strong community and we offer a wide array of degree, diploma, and certificate programs for people at the various stages of their discernment and preparation for ordained and lay ministries. We also have regular continuing education sessions for clergy and pastoral workers. We have full-time and part-time students, we offer courses on campus and by distance.
At Queen’s College, we describe ourselves as a Christ-centered, Spirit-filled theological college. We are rooted in the Anglican tradition, we have strong partnerships with other denominations, and we welcome people of all faiths who wish to join our community in common pursuit of theological insight, pastoral skills and spiritual growth. Queen’s is jointly governed by the three Anglican dioceses of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador through a governing board: Queen’s College Corporation.
If you have any questions or comments about Queen’s or our programs, please contact us at 709-753-0116 or any of the means in the Contact Us page of this website.
Richard Singleton, PhD, DMin, MDiv, BA, CT
Provost and Vice Chancellor
Statement of Institutional Effectiveness
The Board of Commissioners of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada requires schools publish a statement regarding the school’s educational effectiveness. Queen’s College notes that we have graduates of the following programs who are engaged in active ministry in not only Newfoundland and Labrador, but in the Canadian Armed Forces, the United States and several foreign countries:
- Master of Divinity
- Master of Theological Studies
- Bachelor of Theology
- Bachelor of Theology by Distance
- Associate in Theology
- Diploma in Theology and Ministry
- Certificate and Continuing Education programs.