• The School of Women in Ministry Partnership

    At Taylor Seminary we believe it is important for theological education to be a system of interconnected parts. That is to say theological education is something that requires seminaries, denominations, local churches, ministry leadership training programs, and more to work together. By working together we are able to more fully represent the Kingdom of God and more fully embrace the unique value each partner brings to the journey of theological education.  As a...

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  • Taylor Seminary Prepares for Accreditation Visit:

    Third Party Comment Notice: Web Advertisement/Press Release Content: August 2, 2019 Taylor Seminary is seeking comments from the public about the school in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its accrediting agency. The school is approved by studies at the Master’s level. The school will host a visit Oct. 8-11, 2019 with a team representing the Association of Theological Schools (ATS). Taylor Seminary has been accredited by ATS since 1994. The evaluation...

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  • A New Pathway for Theological Education

    Taylor has made an exciting step toward the future into which God is calling us!  Upon the recommendation of the seminary’s Vision Task Force and approval of the faculty, Taylor Seminary is now part of the Kairos Project. I (David Williams) couldn’t be more excited. My enthusiasm stems from the fact that this bold step forward creates a new pathway for theological educational that is affordable, accessible, relevant, and faithful. The life-changing journey of...

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Healthy Pastors Initiative

Healthy Pastors Initiative Director Rev. Sam Nikkel: 
Sam.Nikkel@Taylor-Edu.ca
780-431-5200

Serving those in ministry is at the heart of the Healthy Pastors Initiative. Creating a community of care for fellow pastors, for discussion, prayer and peer support is another vital purpose for this initiative.

Through workshops and retreats like THRiVE, pastors and leaders explore the practical issues that need to be considered as well as topics such as: the common pitfalls of ministry, such as isolation and stress, and focus on some best practices to foster long-term ministry health. The key areas discussed were:
  • Spiritual Formation
  • Self-Care
  • Emotional and Cultural Intelligence
  • Leadership and Management
  • Marriage and Family