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Divinity graduands 2019 in the Chapel

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߲Ƶ’s Faculty of Divinity is one of the oldest centres for theological study in Canada. Among the many advantages of studying at Trinity, our theological education and graduate degree programs are interdisciplinary and reflect contemporary liturgical, spiritual and pastoral practices. We are a vibrant and inclusive community, with students coming from numerous ecumenical backgrounds and from across Canada, the United States and around the globe. Our outstanding faculty specialize in biblical, historical, pastoral and theological studies. Our offering of theological studies with a concentration in Orthodox and Eastern Christian Studies, spanning both Eastern and Oriental Orthodox traditions, is unique in Canada.

Located on an inspiring, historic campus in a multicultural city, Trinity is affiliated with the University of Toronto and the , which is ranked among the top ten training centres for Theology and Religious Studies in the world by the QS World Rankings. We offer financial support (up to 70% to 100% of tuition costs) to assist students in making time for their studies with us.

Whether you are interested in preparing for ministry, teaching, research, social justice work or other vocations, we invite you to start your journey with us. For more information, contact Trinity’s Faculty of Divinity at divinity@trinity.utoronto.ca.

Questions? Contact:

Faculty of Divinity
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6 Hoskin Avenue, Toronto, ON  M5S 1H8
divinity@trinity.utoronto.ca

Office location: Gerald Larkin Building, 3rd Floor, 15 Devonshire Place, Toronto, ON  M5S 1H8

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Trinity was not only my place of study and worship, it was a special place where colleagues became friends.

I chose Trinity for the flexibility of the program, which allowed me to specialize in my areas of interest, the daily chapel commitments that allowed me to connect my studies to prayer and liturgy, and the College's diverse and welcoming community.

- The Reverend Michael Perry, Class of 2019, Master of Divinity, Faculty of Divinity at ߲Ƶ

Michael Perry in the ߲Ƶ Chapel

 

 

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