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Heritage College & Seminary is committed to delivering excellence in Christian Higher Education through its innovative programming, rich campus life and modern facilities.  As you interact with professors and fellow students in the classroom, small groups, chapel, and lounges, you’ll experience genuine community and develop lifelong friendships.

With roots in Ontario dating back to 1949, here’s a glimpse of what you can expect;

  • Academic excellence through the delivery of programs that offer practical skills and biblical insight
  • An intimate community environment with an emphasis on outreach
  • A place of worship that celebrates and cultivates God-given talents

Our College programs range from 1-Year Certificates to 4-Year Professional Degrees, which include the Certificate of Intercultural Studies, Family Ministry (Child or Youth emphasis available), Pastoral Training, Music, and Sound & Technology, among others.  Our Seminary Programs range from Certificates to our 3-Year Master of Divinity specializations or our 2-Year Master of Theological Studies Degree. Heritage Seminary excels at training and preparing men and women for practical ministry, leadership and service in our world today.

Our History

The roots of Heritage are deeply embedded in the history of two former schools, Central Baptist Bible College and Seminary (CBC & CBS) and London Baptist Bible College and London Baptist Seminary (LBBC & LBS).

CBS/BC began in 1949 in Toronto and provided undergraduate and graduate theological education until the mid-1980’s, after which time it existed solely as a seminary. CBBC & CBS served primarily the Fellowship Baptist movement in Canada.

LBS began in 1976 in London, Ontario. The school provided undergraduate and graduate theological education and served a variety of baptistic church groups. In 1981, the school’s name changed to London Baptist Bible College and London Baptist Seminary (LBBC & LBS).

LBBC & LBS and CBS amalgamated and adopted the name Heritage Baptist College and Heritage Theological Seminary. Classes at Heritage began in September 1993 in London, Toronto, and Bracebridge.

On August 8, 1995, Heritage moved to Cambridge, Ontario. We continue to provide undergraduate and graduate theological education and offer extension classes in a variety of locations.

In November of 2010, Heritage entered into a new partnership and integration with the central region of the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada in order to strengthen the school’s ability to train leaders for ministry both locally and internationally. It remains the goal of Heritage to continue to serve all of the groups and individuals with whom it has had relationships with in the past.

Presently, Heritage has over 2300 alumni ministering around the world.