Acadia Divinity College (ADC) is the Faculty of Theology of Acadia University and is the official seminary of the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches. ADC attracts students from more than 20 countries and more than 20 denominations, preparing them to serve Christ wherever He calls them.
With a deep sense of mission, we teach and model that faith is crucial and relevant and that rigorous theological study makes a difference. As a result, our graduates leave confident that God will meet them and empower them to engage in today’s changing world.
Acadia Divinity College needs your help to equip the next generation of those who will lead us.
The College Building
We must maintain a highly functional facility to continue to provide students with excellent learning spaces and improved access through technology, as well as exposing them to the resources of a contemporary university setting.
We need to renew the College building, to have a suitable and adequate facility for training the next generation for ministry
Key Academic Chairs
Theology made practical, relevant, and compelling for today’s culture requires the best faculty. We must continue to provide excellent teachers who understand the needs of the church.
We need to increase our funding of these Chairs, enabling us to attract the best faculty in each of these disciplines.
Scholarships and Bursaries
Education is expensive.
We must remove financial barriers that prevent capable people from faithfully responding to God’s call.
We need to strengthen the financial support we give to our students with increased scholarships and bursaries which means we need to add to our existing endowments.
Andrew D. MacRae
Centre for Christian Faith and Culture
The church needs to respond to an ever-changing world.
We are called to help students, alumni, congregations, and others in ministry to navigate Christian life and thought through the complexities of today’s world.
We need to create a Centre for Christian Faith and Culture to help Christians engage the world, and the world to engage Christian life and thought.