Rev. Ray Aldred

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Director, Indigenous Studies Program, Vancouver School of Theology.
Chairperson, Indigenous Pathways.

Ph: 403-771-1187

Ray Aldred, Th.D. [cand.] (Cree) graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Canadian Theological Seminary with his BTh and his MDiv degrees.

Reverend Ray Aldred is ordained with the Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada. Born in Northern Alberta, he now resides with his wife, Elaine, in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.  They have 4 children and 3 grandchildren.

Ray is the director of the Indigenous Studies Program at the Vancouver School of Theology whose mission is to partner with the Indigenous Church around theological education. Formerly Ray served as the Assistant Professor of Theology at Ambrose Seminary in Calgary, Alberta.  He is former Director for the First Nations Alliance Churches of Canada, now a committee member, where he works to encourage Indigenous churches.  He is the chairperson of Indigenous Pathways. Ray also has had the privilege of addressing several college conferences and meetings. Ray’s passion is to help as many as possible hear the gospel in their heart language.

He is a contributor to and product of the NAIITS approach to theological and Biblical training.

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BTh (Canadian Theological Seminary)
MDiv (Canadian Theological Seminary)
ThD (abd) Wycliffe College at Toronto School of Theology