Taylor College & Seminary is located on a beautiful 4-acre campus in southwest Edmonton, on 23rd Avenue just 15 blocks west of Gateway Boulevard. Our main building houses our main administrative offices, classrooms and Stencel Hall, and is attached to Benke Hall, which houses faculty offices as well as White Cross and a number of tenants. Further south is Muller Hall, home to the Conservatory of Music at Taylor. On the south side of the campus is a converted residence which serves as the home of the Alberta Baptist Association and the Baptist General Conference.
Our delivery and mailing address is:
Taylor College and Seminary
11525 - 23 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB T6J 4T3
View a map of the Taylor campus here (PDF format).
View our location on Google Maps here.
The Taylor General Office is open on Tuesday-Friday from 8:30-5:00 PM, closed for statutory holidays.
More about the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
There’s a place where traditional ideas have shifted, where you can succeed in the professional arena and personal one, where life is worth living. A city that’s distinctly different. Meet Edmonton – Canada’s new powerhouse.
As capital city of the province of Alberta, cosmopolitan Edmonton has much to offer its nearly one million residents. With a sizzling economy that continues to be a top performer in the country, plus an arsenal of resources including technology, innovation, global connections and a strong sense of community, Edmonton is redefining what it means to be a true powerhouse.
Edmonton is one of Canada's centres of higher education. The University of Alberta, Concordia University, The King's University, Grant MacEwan College, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, and a number of other educational institutions provides a challenging educational climate, as well as superb research library facilities.
Edmonton boasts the world’s largest shopping mall and North America’s longest contiguous urban parkland along the river valley, which cuts through the heart of the city. It is also a major centre for the arts and home to three professional sports teams.
In addition, more than twenty North American Baptist churches, as well as numerous other evangelical churches, provide diverse opportunities for involvement in Christian service. Situated in the middle of the western Prairies just east of the Rocky Mountains, Edmonton is the perfect place to view your future.
For more information on Edmonton, visit the following sites:
Edmonton.com - Everything you need to know about living and doing business in Edmonton
The Edmonton Visitor Guide - a fairly comprehensive guide sponsored by the Where Magazine.
Discover Edmonton - information about attractions, accommodations, trip planning and local businesses.
West Edmonton Mall - The world's largest shopping mall
The City of Edmonton - Alberta's Capital City.
Edmonton Map - This interactive map allows you to click on and explore every part of the city.
Art Gallery of Alberta
Devonian Botanic Garden
Fort Edmonton Park
Old Strathcona Farmer's Market
Royal Alberta Museum (brand new facilities!)
TELUS World of Science - Edmonton
Arts and Entertainment:
Our thriving arts community offers an impressive variety of visual art creations.
Theatre and Film
There are many live theatre performances, independent films or current blockbuster movies to choose from in Edmonton.
Opera, symphony, rock, country and every kind of music in between; Edmonton's vibrant music scene has it all.
Edmonton is known as the 'City of Champions' -- a well-deserved reputation, given the long list of teams and athletes from many different sports that have enjoyed success over the years. Below is a list of some of the sporting attractions in Edmonton.
The Edmonton area offers world-class recreation facilities and amenities, from golf courses and swimming pools to ice rinks and stadiums. Visit this City of Edmonton page to learn more.