For Our English-Speaking Students
Greetings to all our English-speaking students who since September 2018 have courageously launched their Biblical and Theological studies in our midst. Your presence is an enrichment to the ETEQ community. We love to hear from you in class and to interact with you in the hallways or to pray with you in the prayer salon. Thanks for daring to grow in your own French language skills and for helping so many Francophone students gain confidence in their English language skills and thereby open themselves so much more to the amazing world of Evangelical studies. As you meander through the info below, notice especially our 2019 GRADUATION on April 27, 13h30. We would love to have you here with us to represent our new English student body and, why not, even your congregation. Our next English courses will be in September. One class will be taught by Pastor David Manafo from Westside Gathering: Stepping into Church service and leadership. The ETEQ team is always ready to serve you in English… even if we are still learning to do that well! Thanks for building with us and the Lord Jesus.
Grace and Peace by Kristen Corrigan, M.A.
As 2019 begins we are encouraged to see that our enrolment is strong once again, having met our goal for yet another semester. And, after the first six months of our fiscal year, we have broken even financially! Praise God through whom all blessings flow. This year promises to be filled with hope, vision and change.
A Word from our Board Chair, Jean Raymond Théorêt, Ph.D.
The Board of Directors of ETEQ is pleased to announce that Dr. John (Jean) Martin, PhD, has been appointed Interim President effective July 1st, 2019.
The Next Chapter... by Kristen Corrigan, President
By now you have likely heard that a new chapter is about to be written in the life of ETEQ and for myself with my husband Garry.
The recent announcement from the Board of ETEQ outlines the highlights, so I would like to take this opportunity to share how excited I am about where God will take us all in the next year and on into the future.
A Word from our Board Chair, Jean-Raymond Théorêt
The Board of École de théologie évangélique du Québec (ETEQ) is sad to announce that Kristen Corrigan has resigned her role as President of ETEQ, effective July 1, 2019. After 10 years serving in Quebec, she and Garry feel called to return to BC next year where she plans to continue, in a new, albeit smaller role for ETEQ and spend time with grandchildren and their large extended family.
Congratulations to our graduates
To meet each one of them and learn about their journey, click on "read more"
Minor in Pastoral Studies-UL (30 credits)
Merline Numa Rosalva
Bachelor's degree-UL (90 credits)
Myleen Bravo Olguin
Master of Arts - theologie-UL (45 credits)
Christian Kelly Andriamitantsoa
A Word from our Academic Dean - Jean Martin, Ph.D.
Recently, someone asked me what I was the most proud of having contributed to theological education since 1983 (please do not try to calculate my age!). The question caught me off guard but also inspired me to take a closer look at what and how, and especially why, I still do what I do, here in my native Quebec. I will not attempt to answer the question here, but rather simply point you to lives that have been changed, passions that have been nourished, calls that have been confirmed and minds that have been enlightened and sharpened. For ETEQ, it is all about providing the opportunity to Jesus followers in Quebec to be well-equipped in their own language (en français) and to be able to say «yes» to the God who invites them to lead and serve the Church here. Right along with an evangelical theological education in French, is the importance of educational excellence.
The Gift of Our Annual Retreat - Annual Retreat Highlights by Kristen Corrigan, M.A.
Our prayer retreat, held on February 11, 2018, fills my heart with peace. We were part of a community event that brought together students, fellow professors and their spouses. The quality time spent together allowed us to break away from work concerns, studies and activities. The day was led by our two chaplains, Barry Whatley and Ruth Labeth.