Our Chaplains - Dr. David Galston

Our Chaplains - Dr. David Galston

Ecumenical Chaplain
(Anglican, Presbyterian, United, and Unitarian Churches)

905-688-5550 x3977
dgalston@brocku.ca

David Galston came to Brock Campus Ministries in September 2008.

Before coming to Brock, David was a chaplain at McGill University and the University of Windsor. He has a Bachelor of Arts (BA) from the University of Winnipeg, a Master of Divinity from Vancouver School of Theology (MDiv), and a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) from McGill University.

David is a Fellow of the Jesus Seminar (westarinstitute.org), a founder of Canada's SnowStar Institute (snowstarinstitute.org), a founder and editor of AXIAL (a progressive religious magazine), and a co-founder and owner of Basileia Books (a Canadian publishing company).

David's office is located in the Decew Residence, R217. Office hours can vary but are normally Tuesdays 9:30 to 11 a.m., Wednesdays 1:30 to 3 p.m., and Thursdays 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon.

 

Curriculum Vitae

The Rev. Dr. David Galston
E-mail: dgalston@brocku.ca

Education
BA (Philosophy) University of Winnipeg, 1981
MDiv (Systematic Theology) Vancouver School of Theology, 1985
PhD (Philosophy of Religion) McGill University, 1996

Employment
Pastoral Ministry
Transcona United Church, Winnipeg
Montreal Community Church, Montreal
Eternal Spring United Church, Hamilton

Chaplaincy
Ecumenical Chaplain, Brock University
Principal and United Church Chaplain, Iona College, University of Windsor
McGill Ecumenical Chaplain, Montreal 

Academic
Galston, David. Embracing the Human Jesus (Polebridge Press, 2013).
Galston, David. Archives and the Event of God (McGill-Queens Press, 2012).

Description of participating denominations
To learn about the Christian denominations that support Brock Ecumenical Chaplaincy, see:

The United Church of Canada
The Presbyterian Church in Canada
The Anglican Church of Canada
Unitarian Fellowship of St. Catharines

Anglican, Presbyterian, and United Churches.

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