Wycliffe College Summer School 2013: Politics, Planning and Parishes

August 27, 2013 - August 30, 2013
Offered by Wycliffe College
Toronto ON


Summer School 2013: Politics, Planning and Parishes


George Sumner/Steve Shaw


Tuesday August 27th, 2013 to Friday August 30th, 2013


Politics, Planning and Parishes (George Sumner/Steve Shaw)
WYP2701HS Aug 27 -30,  9:00 to 15:00, M-F

Urban congregations exist within a community where all land uses are coordinated through official plans to ensure the future provision for all land uses, infrastructure and services for the community. Urban parish leadership must know how to engage both these documents and the political processes that shape the urban form and are the context for all urban ministries. This course will examine and explain the political, physical and social context of an urban parish church ministry and the processes and polity of their urban community. This course will be taught by Principal George Sumner, with input from the Rev. Steve Shaw, who is the Priest-in-Charge at St. George’s Toronto. Rev. Shaw has extensive experience in urban planning, having worked in the Planning Department of the City of Toronto and with the Greater Toronto Airports Authority. This class would also be excellent continuing education for church leaders in the GTA who are interested in maximizing the use of their church facilities.
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Summer 2013 Courses
These courses are offered through the Toronto School of Theology. Current students of Wycliffe College and other TST colleges may register in the normal way on ROSI. Each course is worth one credit. Registration on ROSI will begin on Monday April 1, 2013.  For more details on these course, please visit our Summer School 2013 Course Information page.

Please note : All courses can be rescheduled or cancelled due to low enrolment

Not a Wycliffe Student (or a TST Student)?
If you are not a TST college student and would like to take any of these courses, applications for study at the Basic Degree level are available on our website. You may also call or e-mail our Admissions Office for more information (416-946-3547; [email protected]).

Likewise, if you are interested in auditing a course, please download the form below or call or e-mail the Admissions Office to receive an audit form.
The tuition rate will depend on the year you began your studies. The tuition for new students is still to be confirmed by the U of T. As a guide for comparison, 2012 incoming student paid $564 per course plus incidental fees for domestic students.  For new internationl students the tuition is $1,533.00 plus incidental fees which will include UHIP