About Taylor Seminary and the E P Wahl Centre
Taylor has been serving students from a wide range of evangelical traditions since 1940. Come and learn with us!
Taylor Seminary invites you to join us as a student!
Prospective students, start here for an overview on studying with us. If you'd like someone to be in touch via email, click here to request information. Be sure to ask about our online learning opportunities, which allow students to take courses from anywhere in the world.
Taylor also offers a growing list of continuing education learning opportunities through the E P Wahl Centre, and you can read about some of those here. The Healthy Pastors Initiative, Healthy Churches, the Church Administrative Professionals Symposium (CAPS), White Cross Canada, the Conservatory of Music, and theParish Nursing Institute are all part of the E P Wahl Centre at Taylor.
Devotional Book has been Published
A year-long devotional book written by Taylor alumni, faculty and staff is about to be published. Strength for Today, which began as a 75th Anniversary project in 2015, was compiled over several years, and has been released. Order Now!
More than 100 contributors participated, including well-known figures from Taylor’s history:
* former faculty such as Dr. Werner Waitkus, Dr. Richard Paetzel, Dr. Willy Muller, and more;
* current faculty, including Dr. Joyce Bellous, Dr. Randal Rauser, Dr. Allan Effa, Dr. Jerry Shepherd, and more;
* former students, including Dr. Tim Schroeder, Dr. Lyle Buyer, Sheryl Grunwald, Dr. Stef Piva, Dr. Jeff Kilmartin, and more;
* former administrators, trustees, friends and donors – all of whom have generously shared from their life experiences.
Strength for Today will be offered as a hardcover book. Copies are available at the Taylor General Office, as well as through the Taylor website and via Amazon.com.
We are so grateful for each contributor, and we pray God’s blessing on each reader in the years ahead.
Taylor Update: Spring 2018
As most of you know, Taylor is in a time of transition. We are moving forward in a number of exciting ways. All of these are things that have been developing for some time. Most of them are quite exciting. Some of them are less so.
Thirteen students graduated from Taylor Seminary on May 6, 2018, mainly with Master of Theological Studies or Master of Divinity degrees. The MTS is a 48-hour program, while the MDiv is a 77-hour program. Both attract students who are looking ahead to ministry, either as a vocation, or as a lay ministry opportunity while continuing to serve in another profession, or serving at home, in their community, or as a volunteer.