Since 1969 the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary has been earnestly devoted to the great privilege and responsibility of training future ministers of the gospel of salvation in Jesus Christ, as well as those who serve the Lord in other ways.
Everything we do at CRTS is in submission to the inspired Word of God. “Your Word is My Light” is our motto and we take that seriously. Understanding this Word. Communicating this Word. Radiating this Word. We strive to fulfill these goals with academic excellence and pastoral insight, ultimately seeking the glory of our gracious Triune God in all things.
Students, faculty, and staff form a tight-knit community at CRTS. If you have any questions, or you wish to stop by for a visit, please contact us. In the meantime, we hope you benefit from our website. Discover CRTS, watch our welcome video to the right, consider the academic programs we offer, and explore the resources we’ve posted.
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Here at CRTS the semester is rapidly coming to a close. As I pen these words, there are just a few days left of classes and then two weeks of exams after that. As we...
Monday, April 15, 2019
Hey! I'm Nathan Zekveld and I have my wife Ashley here beside me. We are headed into the final stage of seminary and I have attempted to write up a profile. You can read it by...
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Hello all! I'm Mark ten Haaf, and I'm pleased to introduce the rest of my family to you. This is my lovely wife Stephanie, and these are our children: Jaiva, Bauer, Creed,...
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Hello all! My name is Jeremy Segstro and I am eagerly anticipating presenting myself before classis, the Lord willing, this upcoming June to be eligible for a call to serve...
Friday, February 22, 2019
The videos from the 2019 CRTS Conference "Do not Hinder Them: Children and the Church" are now online. Click here...
Thursday, February 7, 2019
The year was 1969. The date was Wednesday, September 10. The location was the Central Presbyterian Church in downtown Hamilton. The attendance was estimated to...