Ottawa Theological Hall


*More information coming!




Sin and Repentance

Rev. Andrew Quigley

Sept. 4-7, 2017


Biblical Counselling

Dr. Richard Ganz

various Mondays




Modern Church History


Dr. David Weir


March 3 – 8, 2018

Pauline Epistles

 Dr. Jonathan Watt

May 30 – June 5, 2018

Systematic Theology: Doctrine of God

Rev. Matt Kingswood

Alternate Wednesdays starting January 10, 2018











Additional Information

Classes are held at 466 Woodland Ave. from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm or 10:00 pm.

There is no charge for courses.

Courses are open to everyone.

Anyone interested in taking courses should contact either the registrar, Jamie Hood, at 613.596.5566 or or Dr. Ganz at 613.257.1650 or Information on courses received by the registrar will be sent to those known to be planning to take the course.



Difficult Psychological Problems – This course will explore some of the most serious and frightening psychological problems facing our society today and look to the Word of God to see what means of biblical counsel are available instead of drugs or other therapies. One such problem is schizophrenia, a tragic disorder seen in one of every hundred people.  Other difficult psychological problems will also be covered.

Systematic Theology: Doctrine of God This course will provide the student with an overview of the Biblical teaching on the doctrine of God. Topics include the existence, names and nature of the God of Scripture, as well as a general consideration of His works. While necessarily covering some of the same ground, this is not a course in Apologetics.

Modern Church History – This course will focus on the church during modern times, especially within the context of the industrial (after 1700) and technological (after 1918) worlds.  It will include consideration of the expansion and growth of the church through international missions, selected and important issues that have challenged the church from outside and inside, parachurch organizations, and the emergence of Christianity as a global movement that has often expanded beyond the institutional church. Attention will be given to various theological schools of thought that have emerged in modern times.

Pauline Epistles – Prominent among the letters of Paul sent to the Aegean region were the Corinthian correspondence to its western flank (Greece) and the “prison epistles” (including Philippians, Colossians and Philemon) toward the east (Turkey).   Written within a handful of years of each other, they delve into everyday issues of church life, then as now, such as doctrinal essentials and Christian relationships in family, church and other public situations.  This course will take an historical and thematic approach to these topics. 

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Contact Details

466 Woodland Ave
P.O. Box 23139
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada K2A 4E2 map

Phone: (613) 596-5566

Pastor: Dr. Richard L. Ganz

Worship: 10am and 5:30pm Sundays