Heritage College and Seminary is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Michael Haykin to our Seminary Faculty as Professor of Church History. He begins this role part-time on July 1, 2019. Haykin has served as an adjunct faculty member of Heritage for several years. We are excited about the expansion of his role and are to have him continuing serving at Heritage in a broader capacity.
The Ontario Chapter of The Gospel Coalition in partnership with Heritage College and Seminary, RZIM, FEB Central, and Muskoka Bible Centre is hosting an all-day Conference on Saturday May 25th with Sam Allberry at Morningstar Christian Fellowship (7601 Sheppard Ave. E., Scarborough) from 9am – 5pm. Sam is a same-sex attracted Anglican Rector who speaks on behalf of The Gospel Coalition and RZIM. The Conference will include these three sessions as well as Q and A with Sam. 1.) Understanding the Cultural Challenges 2.) What Does the Bible Say and How do we Communicate That? 3.) What Can the Local Church do to Help?Registration for the conference is open through Buzztix. The cost is $40 per person until May 10th which includes admission and snacks. Lunch is not included. Undergraduate students are $25. The cost is $50 per person after May 10th.
Our graduation ceremony will be held on Saturday, April 27th at 10:30am. Those who wish to attend must obtain tickets for the Registrar’s Office. Tickets are free, but space is limited. We look forward to celebrating our graduates and sending them out to serve the Lord!
Click here to see the photos from graduation 2018.
Upon the recommendation of the faculty and the President, Heritage College & Seminary is pleased to announce that:
Dr. Ian Vaillancourt, Ph.D. has been appointed to the position of Professor Old Testament and Hebrew reporting directly to Dr. Barry Howson, Academic Dean – Seminary.
Ian is an ordained pastor in the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada, who has served in pastoral ministry for 14 years. He has recently completed his Ph.D. in Old Testament at the University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto. His doctoral dissertation explores The Multifaceted Portrayal of the Figure of Salvation in Psalms 110 and 118. It approaches the Psalms as a book, employs the canonical approach to biblical interpretation, and argues that a multifaceted—prophet, priest, and king—messianic figure appears in the latter portion of the book of Psalms, and that this figure is presented as the LORD’s agent who will bring about salvation for the people of God. Ian is a conservative evangelical Baptist, who treasures the Bible as the life-giving, authoritative, and inerrant Word of God. Over the past couple of years he has been teaching a number Old Testament courses at Heritage as an adjunct professor. We are now pleased to have him as our full-time seminary Old Testament and Hebrew professor. Ian is married to Natalie and they have two young children, Caleb and Emily.
We look forward to Ian joining our staff on July 1, 2018, and seeing how God will use him as a member of our seminary faculty, as together we seek to move forward in accomplishing the mission of Heritage.
Dr. Rick Reed
Heritage College and Seminary
Your feedback is welcome!
As you may be aware, Heritage Theological Seminary has been engaged in a self-study for ATS accreditation.
Part of the study includes the opportunity for external feedback submissions that the ATS evaluation team would find helpful during their site visit October. 16-19, 2017.
If you would like to provide feedback to the ATS evaluatijon team, you can do so via the following methods.
It would be appreciated if any feedback would received by Monday October 16, 2017.
Heritage College & Seminary will be holding their AGM on Wednesday, September 27th.
All are welcome to attend.
Time: 4:45 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Location: Heritage Chapel
Address: 175 Holiday Inn Dr., Cambridge, ON N3C 3T2
Dr. Daniel Block will be joining us for our annual Heritage Preaching Lectures on Thursday, October 12, 2017.
This is an uplifting day for ministry leaders to connect with one another and to be challenged and encrouaged by the Word of God.
Sign up today! Click Here for more information or to register
Our first Student Sampler this year is October 2-3. These are designed for individuals that want to get a taste of life on campus. Students will stay overnight in our residence, enjoy an evening with current students, then spend the next day sampling a variety of classes and participate in Chapel. All meals are provided. The dates this year are as follows:
October 2-3, 2017 | November 20-21, 2017 | February 5-6, 2018 | March 13-14, 2018 |
Click Here to register for this free experience!