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Think deeply about matters of faith, live authentically as a follower of Jesus, and lead courageously in shifting spiritual and social landscapes. Learn how.

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Knox College is a leader in Reformed theological education, equipping graduates to live authentically and courageously in today's world.
International applicants: Jan 30 | Domestic MPS applicants: Apr 15 | Domestic MDiv, MTS, & CTS applicants: May 15

Unsettling Worship

Knox Professor Sarah Travis has written Unsettling Worship: Reforming Liturgy for Right Relations with Indigenous Communities.

Picture Books in Ministry

Picture books are an important part of ministry with children and their families, particularly during difficult times. Our collection in Caven Library includes books about death, dying, separation, divorce, and anxiety. Because they distill big ideas and concepts into simpler forms, picture books are ideal for introducing challenging topics and inviting listeners of all ages into deeper wondering and conversation.

The Bible & the end of the world

Knox Professor Brian Irwin has written After Dispensationalism: Reading the Bible for the End of the World with co-author Tim Perry. What does God most want us to know and do with prophecy? Irwin and Perry reexamine the key texts and show how prophecy is primarily God’s word of hope.

Monthly giving

You can be part of Knox’s sustaining support — with a monthly donation amount that works for you. Thank you for investing in the future of the church, building vibrant communities of God’s love and hope.

New Faculty book

Charles Fensham, Professor of Systematic Theology at Knox College, has written Mission as Penance: Essays on the Theology of Mission from a Canadian Context.

Equipped for your calling

Celebrating 180 years of theological education

We provoke

Challenging Jesus-followers to embrace their calling

We guide

Accompanying students on journeys of discovery

We teach

Deepening knowledge, sharpening skills, and spurring Christ-like action

We interpret

Bringing Presbyterian-Reformed strengths and insights to bear

Our stance on diversity, equity, and inclusion

Knox College is a diverse community committed to the ideals of intellectual engagement, critical inquiry, and integrity, as well as to the principles of excellence, fairness, and respect for all people. Therefore, we value diversity in thought and ideas, and we embrace individuals from various ethnic, socioeconomic, cultural, linguistic, and national backgrounds, adherents of different religions, as well as those with varying abilities and disabilities. Knox College also welcomes people of all sexual orientations and gender identities and is opposed to all forms of gender-based discrimination. The Knox community regards these values of equitydiversityand inclusion as fundamental in the kingdom of God.


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Dr. John Derksen passes away; Knox College expresses condolences
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Dr. John Derksen passes away; Knox College expresses condolences

Dr. John Derksen passed away June 1, 2024. He served as  professor of Church Music at Knox College from 1976 until his retirement in 2009,...

The Rev. Dr. Andrew Irvine passes away; Knox College expresses condolences
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The Rev. Dr. Andrew Irvine passes away; Knox College expresses condolences

The Rev. Dr. Andrew Robertson Irvine passed away April 28, 2024. He was a 1966 Master of Divinity graduate of Knox College. Andrew a cherished...

Dr. Robert Revington receives 2024 Chris Vais Community Award
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Dr. Robert Revington receives 2024 Chris Vais Community Award

Knox College is pleased to announce that Robert Revington is this year’s Chris Vais Community Award recipient. Principal Ernest van Eck announced the recipient of...

Knox College announces honorary doctorate recipients for 2024

Knox College announces honorary doctorate recipients for 2024

    Principal Ernest van Eck and the Knox College Board of Governors are pleased to announce John Terpstra and Marty Molengraaf as recipients of...

The Rev. Stanley Walters passes away; Knox College expresses condolences
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The Rev. Stanley Walters passes away; Knox College expresses condolences

The Rev. Stanley Walters passed away March 5, 2024. He was Professor of Old Testament at Knox College from July 1976 to June 1992. The...

Knox College announces new Manager of Facilities
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Knox College announces new Manager of Facilities

  Knox College is pleased to announce the promotion of Daniela D’Aniello to the position of Manager of Facilities effective immediately.  This is a well-deserved promotion for Daniela....

Knox College announces new PhD Fellowship Program and MDiv Fellowship Program
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Knox College announces new PhD Fellowship Program and MDiv Fellowship Program

Knox College is pleased to announce we are launching a PhD Fellowship Program and MDiv Fellowship Program. Starting in fall 2024, we will be awarding...

Stephen Farris receives Lifetime Achievement Award
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Stephen Farris receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Knox College is proud to announce that the Rev. Dr. Stephen Farris, Visiting Professor of Preaching at Knox College, received a Lifetime Achievement Award from...

A posture of humility: _Mission as Penance_, new faculty book
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A posture of humility: _Mission as Penance_, new faculty book

This article appears in Vocations magazine, Autumn 2023. Read this article in the magazine online or download the PDF. To subscribe, click here. The Rev. Dr. Charles Fensham,...

Private: Knox College announces new Communications Coordinator
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Private: Knox College announces new Communications Coordinator

Knox College is pleased to announce the appointment of Sach Prashad as Communications Coordinator at Knox College, effective October 30, 2023. Sach has a Master...

Sacred conversations: the privilege of learning from neighbours
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Sacred conversations: the privilege of learning from neighbours

This article appears in Vocations magazine, Autumn 2023. Read this article in the magazine online or download the PDF. To subscribe, click here. By Sharon Benjamins It was...

John Vissers receives Reid Trust grant
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John Vissers receives Reid Trust grant

The Rev. Dr. John Vissers, Professor of Historical Theology at Knox College, has been awarded $5,000 CDN from the Priscilla and Stanford Reid Trust for...

Finding Woori: forming a theology of Witness that bridges generational divides
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Finding Woori: forming a theology of Witness that bridges generational divides

This article appears in Vocations magazine, Autumn 2023. Read this article in the magazine online or download the PDF. To subscribe, click here. By Yo Sep Heo When...

Celebrating Laura Alary’s book _Sun in My Tummy_
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Celebrating Laura Alary’s book _Sun in My Tummy_

Knox College is proud to celebrate the nomination of Laura Alary’s book Sun in My Tummy as a finalist for the Norma Fleck Award for...

Prayer for peace
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Prayer for peace

A message from Principal van Eck In reaction to violence in the Holy Land the past week, and in all other places in the world...

New Faculty book — Unsettling Worship: Reforming Liturgy for Right Relations with Indigenous Communities
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New Faculty book — Unsettling Worship: Reforming Liturgy for Right Relations with Indigenous Communities

Sarah Travis, Assistant Professor of Preaching, Worship, and Christian Ministry at Knox College, has written Unsettling Worship: Reforming Liturgy for Right Relations with Indigenous Communities....

Grow: A webinar series from the McKay Educational Resource Centre
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Grow: A webinar series from the McKay Educational Resource Centre

Everything that lives changes and grows. Join us online as we hear from special guests who are growing lively and creative ministries in a variety...

Rekindling hope: making meaning in the face of suffering
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Rekindling hope: making meaning in the face of suffering

This article appears in Vocations magazine, Summer 2023. Read this article in the magazine online or download the PDF. To subscribe, click here. By Vanessa Paterino “When we...

Transition & discernment: the role of interim moderators
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Transition & discernment: the role of interim moderators

This article appears in Vocations magazine, Summer 2023. Read this article in the magazine online or download the PDF. To subscribe, click here. When a Presbyterian Church in Canada...

New Faculty book — Mission as Penance: Essays on the Theology of Mission from a Canadian Context
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New Faculty book — Mission as Penance: Essays on the Theology of Mission from a Canadian Context

Charles Fensham, Professor of Systematic Theology at Knox College, has written Mission as Penance: Essays on the Theology of Mission from a Canadian Context. Read...

Knox College receives “Moving Forward in Mission” grant
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Knox College receives “Moving Forward in Mission” grant

As part of its Organizational and Educational Models Project, the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) has awarded Knox College a Moving Forward in Mission grant....


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Knox Destination and Facility

Knox College is considered one of the best examples of neo-gothic architecture in Toronto and can provide an excellent location for your event. Over the years, we have hosted many films, photo shoots, weddings, and meetings.