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Our Partners in Education

Links to schools with which the EMC is affiliated.

The Graduate School of Theology and Ministry provides a ministry preparation education at a Master’s level from an Anabaptist perspective. This school is operated by Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg. Students can work towards a Master of Arts degree or a Certificate in Christian Studies. EMC provides an advisory role to the GSTM.

Providence Theological Seminary is offering an Anabaptist Studies Track as a part of their seminary program. EMC provides advice and instructors for the courses in the Anabaptist track. The Board of Leadership and Outreach recommends that pastors of EMC churches receive training in Anabaptist studies through this track if they do not have prior training in this subject matter.

Steinbach Bible College is an evangelical Anabaptist college in Steinbach, Manitoba, equipping servant leaders for church ministries.

  • EMC students can apply for the Student Assistance Program (SAP). To qualify for this token amount, the student needs to be a member of an EMC church and must be studying full-time at SBC (the equivalent of 12 credit hours per semester or more). For more information contact Gerald Reimer.
  • The SAP bursary is not to be confused with the Leadership Development Scholarship, funded by the Board of Leadership and Outreach.

Steinbach Christian School, in Steinbach, Manitoba, is a fully accredited Kindergarten to Grade 12 school, with strong academics, a Christian worldview, and an environment where students can grow in character and confidence.

Leadership Development Scholarship: A leadership development scholarship is available to assist EMC students who are serving or planning to serve in a church or mission-related vocation. Find out more.