New Urban and Intercultural Ministry Program

FOR THE SAKE OF THE WORLD

Christians devote their time and resources to international aid organizations, youth outreach and homeless shelters. Why? Because the Gospel has the power to transform lives and communities. 

Redeemer’s new Urban and Intercultural Ministry program places theology, discipleship and worship at the centre of Christ’s call to love our neighbour as ourselves. Foundational theology combined with ministry tools will prepare students for leadership and service in the ministry settings of today and the changing context of tomorrow.

 

Initiative Progress

Goal $1,100,000
"What does the Kingdom of God look like on my street, in my neighbourhood, in this community? Theology actually impacts the way I live, how I set my priorities, and what I do as a follower of the King."

Professor C. Ken Herfst

Assistant Professor of Theology and former missionary to Guatemala

Stories

Read Church in a Bike Shop Story

Church in a Bike Shop

Alumnus Chandler Horne is in the business of bike and community restoration

Read From Redeemer to missions at home and abroad Story

From Redeemer to missions at home and abroad

Redeemer was a launching point for alumna Rhonda Elgersma into a career of missions work in Mexico and with churches in Ontario

Read Redeemer welcomes Rev. Ken Herfst Story

Redeemer welcomes Rev. Ken Herfst

Rev. Ken Herfst joins Department of Religion and Theology