MB Seminary is one seminary in many locations. Our partnerships with other seminaries and churches gives you the ability to study at different locations while benefiting from the added strengths of our partners.
The easiest way to get started is to choose where you would like to study:
The ACTS Seminaries consortium is the name of the partnership that we have with three other seminaries that are located at Trinity Western University in Langley.
- Learn about degree options and upcoming courses that are available onsite in Langley
- Discover how you can take 8-week online courses through the ACTS World Campus, making it possible to study from wherever you are
As an MB Seminary student at the ACTS consortium, you can also enrol in MB Seminary courses available at other partner institutions.
The Ministry Foundations Certificate is four-course program developed by MB Seminary and facilitated in partnership with teaching churches in the Lower Mainland. The certificate helps leaders grow in their love for God and ministry effectiveness through graduate-level instruction and student interactions. The courses focus on helping leaders interpret and apply Scripture, lead with integrity and excellence, share the gospel, and make disciples in a maximum way—all from a Mennonite Brethren perspective.
- Learn about certificate options, course offerings, and partnership opportunities here
We partner with Horizon College & Seminary to offer periodic courses on their campus in Saskatoon or at a nearby church.
MB Seminary students can take some courses offered by the Graduate School of Theology and Ministry at Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg and apply these toward their degree program.
We partner with Tyndale Seminary to offer periodic courses that are located at partner churches in different regions in Ontario.
The ACTS World Campus offers high-quality, context-based online courses that you can take from anywhere in the world. Courses run for 8-weeks and are designed to fit your schedule. You can take World Campus courses towards your degree program or as standalone courses for personal or professional interest.