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Every Sunday until March 27, 2022

6:00pm – 7:30pm

Category: Training & Equipping

Canadian Baptist History with Dr. Micheal Haykin

All of us are shaped by the past and our identity is bound to events that took place in history. This is especially true for Christians. In this course of lectures, we shall explore one aspect of our past as Christians, namely, Baptist life and thought here in Canada from its beginnings to the modern day. We shall see how this past continues to shape our identity and thought and how we can retrieve the best elements of our Baptist past to help us live more faithfully in the present. This TREC course is timely for us as a church as we celebrate 50 years of God’s faithfulness at West Highland!

Beginning January 9 via ZOOM at 6:00 P.M. Register to receive the link.

Course schedule:

January 9 - Baptist roots in Britain and America

January 16 - Henry Alline and the Maritime Baptists

January 23 - Baptists in Upper Canada/Canada West, 1790s-1860s

January 30 - Robert Alexander Fyfe & Canada Literary Institute

February 6 - William McMaster, B.D. Thomas, & Baptists in Toronto

February 13 - The McMaster Controversy, 1910s-1920s, Part I

February 20 - The McMaster Controversy, 1910s-1920s, Part II

February 27 - T.T. Shields & the Union of Regular Baptist Churches

March 6 - The Formation of the Fellowship in the 1950s

March 13 - Baptists in Quebec

March 20 - Fellowship Baptist leaders, 1950s–1990s

March 27 - Panel discussion with special guests