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History of Muriel Taylor Hall

History of Muriel Taylor Hall

By Madison Franks, Student Writer OTTERBURNE, MB – Because I began my time at Providence in the fall of 2020, I was never around the campus to experience Bergen Hall. This was an all-male dormitory that stood where the new residence building, Muriel Taylor Hall, now...

Providence Offers Master’s Degree in Chaplaincy / Spiritual Care

Providence Offers Master’s Degree in Chaplaincy / Spiritual Care

OTTERBURNE, MB - Providence Seminary provides the opportunity to pursue graduate studies in Chaplaincy / Spiritual Care as part of a Master of Arts (MA) or Master of Divinity (MDiv) degree. Working with practitioners in the field, the program has welcomed Hank Dixon,...

Seminary Symposium: Waters, Whisper, Thunder

Seminary Symposium: Waters, Whisper, Thunder

Highlighted throughout the Symposium was the idea of ambiguity. However, instead of seeking to “pair down, zero-in, declutter and reduce” the voice of God that one finds in the biblical text, the encouragement offered by Wall-Bowering was to make space for more instead of less. “God sounds like the whole Bible all at once,” said the professor. “What God sounds like is a question of style. God’s voice has range. It thunders AND whispers. It’s a ‘more’ that overtakes us. And this ‘more’ does something; it moves somewhere…it veers towards mercy.”

Harvest Festival Banquet 2023

Harvest Festival Banquet 2023

It is support from events like the Harvest Festival Banquet that allows Providence to continue its mission to teach people to grow in knowledge and character for leadership and service – something that this institution has had the privilege of doing for nearly 100 years.

Alumni Stories: Troy Dearborn and Charisma Ginter

Alumni Stories: Troy Dearborn and Charisma Ginter

By Madison Franks, Student Writer OTTERBURNE, MB – Providence University College and Theological Seminary has been touching the lives of students for almost one hundred years. Not only has it provided a safe haven for students and a terrific place for growth, but its...

Providence Acquires Downtown Property

Providence Acquires Downtown Property

OTTERBURNE, MB – Providence is pleased to announce the acquisition of the 447 Webb Place property in downtown Winnipeg. The purchase offers a strategic opportunity to enhance our university’s presence in the city while supporting campus expansion for incoming...

The Inseparable Nature of Biology and Psychology

The Inseparable Nature of Biology and Psychology

While students at Providence currently have the option to complete degrees in either General Biology or Psychology, a new program was launched in September that features a highly interdisciplinary approach. The four-year Bachelor of Science in Biology-Psychology strategically combines courses from both fields, which is the first of its kind at Christian universities across Canada.

Truth & Reconciliation Week at Providence

Truth & Reconciliation Week at Providence

Since its inception in 2021, Providence has marked the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation as an institution-wide holiday, but this was the first time a full week was devoted to the commemoration of stories and experiences from local First Nations and Métis people.

Faculty Feature: Nate Wall-Bowering

Faculty Feature: Nate Wall-Bowering

New Seminary Professor, Nate Wall-Bowering, will help students live their calling from inside the rich world of scripture. “The Bible is a wild and gorgeous place. I wake up looking for any chance to climb into its pages with others,” says Nate Wall-Bowering. Recently...

Alum, Waedon Dueck, Shares His Prov Experience

Alum, Waedon Dueck, Shares His Prov Experience

by Grace Sandulak From student-athlete to employee and coach, Waedon Dueck won back-to-back basketball championships – first as a player and second as an assistant coach! He graduated from Providence in 2022 with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Health Sciences, and...