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...
A Partnership with Sioux Falls Seminary
Creating Opportunity! A partnership agreement between Sioux Falls Seminary and Taylor Seminary, signed in June 2015, is uniting these institutions and creating groundbreaking new opportunities in theological education. This partnership began with a focus on online education, faculty development and global theological education. Over the past two years, the partnership has deepened significantly and has resulted in the integration of some systems, operational...
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...
Mourning the Death of Dr. Jim Leverette ('77)
The Taylor community and the churches and members of the Alberta Baptist Association are mourning the sudden death of Dr. Jim Leverette. Jim, the Regional Minister of the ABA, passed away in his sleep in December; although struggling with health issues this year, no-one expected this turn of events.
Born in Three Hills, AB in 1955, Jim was just short of his 22nd birthday when he graduated from Taylor (then known as NABC) in 1977. He continued his studies with two years of work on his Master of Divinity degree before transferring to our sister seminary in Sioux Falls (then known as North American Baptist Seminary).
Dr. Leverette served as Academic Vice-President of Taylor from 2000-2008, and at the time of his death was a member of the Board of Trustees -- along with his daughter, Stephanie Fehr ('06, '12).
The Taylor community extends our deepest condolences to Cheryl, Stephanie and Nathan and their families, and to Dr. Leverette's parents, Jake and Peggy Leverette. We remember with gratitude the long record of faithful service to the NAB family and to the many kingdom partners outside of the NAB family who were also blessed by Jim's friendship and leadership.