All first year Michaelites must take the introductory courses marked Year 1.
All second year Michaelites must take the courses marked Year 2.
All other returning Michaelites may select one of the courses in each category marked as “Upper Year Choice”.
Year 1: (Instructor: The Rt. Rev’d David Edwards) See through the Scriptures: a fascinating introduction to the New Testament.
Year 2: (Instructor: Fr. Terence Chandra) Who do you say that I am? How the Church came to understand the divinity of Jesus and why it’s essential for our lives.
Upper Year Choice 1: (Instructor: Fr. Caleb Twinamatsiko) “They Loved not their Lives…”: the Role of the Uganda Martyrs in the Development of the Church in East Africa
Upper Year Choice 2: (Instructor: Dr. Bruce Robertson) “Handling Holy Things” – What’s in and what’s out: how the books of the Bible came to us; and can we put our trust in them.
Year 1: (Instructor: The Rev’d Norman Dupuis & Fr. Allen Tapley) I Believe! Find out the amazing things that the Creeds tell us about God, the world, and ourselves.
Year 2: (Instructor: Mrs Sue Careless) So just what is the Church: it’s more than just a building in the centre of town…but what exactly is it?
Upper Year Choice 1: (Instructor: Fr. Chris Hayes) A Strong Defence: Bad Arguments made by Atheists: A look at some recent arguments made by populist atheists and how they quickly unravel when tested by faith, logic, and simple debate.
Upper Year Choice 2: (Instructor: Dr. Andrew Grant) The Renewal of Creation: a look at the Christian understanding of the environment.
Year 1: (Instructor: Mrs. Sue Careless) Introduction to Prayer: how do we worship, know, and serve the God of heaven and earth?
Year 2: (Instructor: Fr. Christopher Ketch ) Diving Into Baptism – Remembering the Waters in a Dry Land.
Upper Year Choice 1: (Instructor: Fr. Rob Salloum) “When the Day of Pentecost came…” Who is the Holy Spirit? What does He do? How does He impact my life today? What are the gifts that God gives to us through His Holy Spirit?
Upper Year Choice 2: (Instructor: the Rev’d Dr. Ross Hebb) “The Cross and the Sword” – How do Christians live out their faith in a violent world?
Mrs Sue Careless is a freelance journalist and photographer in Toronto and the author of the series Discovering the Book of Common Prayer: A Hands-On Approach.
The Revd. Terence Chandra and his wife Jasmine are community priests working in the Central Saint John Community Ministry.
The Revd. Norm Dupuis is a Deacon working in the Parish of Moncton.
The Rt. Revd. David Edwards is the 10th Bishop of the Diocese of Fredericton.
Dr. Andrew Grant is Head of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB and a Layreader in the Parish of Sackville.
The Revd. Chris Hayes is the Rector of the Parish of Salisbury and Havelock and the Administrative Director of Choir School.
The Revd. Dr. Ross Hebb is the Rector of the Parish of St. Peter in Fredericton.
Fr. Christopher Ketch is Priest-in-Charge of the Parish of Kent.
Dr. Bruce Robertson is an associate professor and head of the Classics Department at Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB and a Layreader in the Parish of Sackville.
The Revd. Rob Salloum is Priest-in-Charge of the Parishes of Hillsborough Riverside, St. Andrew Sunny Brae, and St. Philip in the Moncton area.
The Revd. Allen Tapley is a retired priest in the Diocese of Fredericton and is currently serving in the Parish of Moncton.
The Revd. Caleb Twinamatsiko is the Rector of the Parish of Pennfield and formerly Assistant Rector and Headmaster at Bishop McAllister College & Bishop McAllister Anglican Seminary in Kyogyera, Uganda.