Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches Bible Colleges
The Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches has several hundred churches throughout Canada. While diverse, these churches are commonly united by their anabaptist and evangelical beliefs, as well as their brethren heritage.
There is at least one Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches Bible college:
- Columbia Bible College, a Bible college of the British Columbia Mennonite Brethren and the Mennonite Church BC
Mennonite Church Canada Bible College
The Mennonite Church Canada is a theologically diverse mennonite denomination that traces its history in Canada back to 1910. Today, the denomination has churches throughout Canada’s provinces and territories.
There is one Mennonite Church Canada Bible college:
- Columbia Bible College, a Bible college of the Mennonite Church British Columbia and the BC Mennonite Brethren
Open Brethren Bible College
The Open Brethren, or Christian Brethren, began in the British Isles during the 1820s Assembly Movement. Today, the denomination has around 26,000 churches worldwide and is characterized by evangelical theology and missionary commitment. In North America, the Open Brethren are commonly referred to as the Plymouth Brethren even though this term is also used to describe Exclusive Brethren.
There’s one official Open Brethren Bible college in North America:
- Emmaus Bible College, a Bible college of the Open Brethren
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