Our Mission:

Educate. Equip. Enrich.

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On Campus or Online

All classes are offered on campus, in classroom and via video conference. All video conference students are able to hear and see lectures, view presentations and fully participate in class discussion.

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Our Programs


Studies in Pentecostal Theology

This option focuses on theological and biblical perspectives within the Pentecostal movement in pluralistic world. Awareness of the larger scholarly tradition and accepted standards of professional competence are combined with a practical emphasis on training articulate, godly servant leaders. This study program serves pastors, Bible and theology educators, church leaders and volunteers, global workers, as well as those who are seeking credentials within the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada.

Non-Profit Organizational Leadership

This option is designed and directed by professionals working on non-profit sector of Christian ministry. The focus is on administrative leadership principles for work in non-profit organizations and churches in Canadian or global work contexts.


class of 2017

My time in the Summit School of Graduate Studies has been a remarkably rewarding experience across a wide spectrum of areas. Personally, I gained a fuller understanding of my faith which was stretched and enriched. Every course was deeply applicable to daily life, and I always left feeling challenged and encouraged. Academically, the quality of scholarship ensured strong, thought-provoking dialogue and study. World-renowned faculty in a small classroom setting was a unique experience and incredibly beneficial to my learning. On a vocational level, I feel more qualified and prepared for further ministry roles within the Pentecostal movement. Consisting of more than just academic exercises, each course has practical and tangible applications for real-world ministry. Under the guidance of prominent contemporary leaders, the Graduate Studies Program is an incredible asset for those serving or pursuing a future in the Pentecostal church.

Josh Reynolds / Alumni