Bethany College (Saskatchewan)

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Bethany College
Bethany College Hepburn 2011.jpg
MottoThe World Needs Servants
AffiliationMennonite Brethren
PresidentHoward Wall (July 2010-2015)
Academic staff
Administrative staff
Location703 2nd Street E, Hepburn, Saskatchewan, Canada
52°31′40″N 106°43′43″W / 52.52778°N 106.72861°W / 52.52778; -106.72861Coordinates: 52°31′40″N 106°43′43″W / 52.52778°N 106.72861°W / 52.52778; -106.72861
Campus13 acres (5.3 ha)

Bethany College (formerly Bethany Bible Institute) was a Christian Bible college established in the town of Hepburn, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1927. Bethany was co-sponsored by the Mennonite Brethren Churches of Alberta and Saskatchewan, and the Saskatchewan Evangelical Mennonite Mission Conference churches. The mission of Bethany College was to nurture disciples and train leaders to serve. It was named after the village of Bethany near Jerusalem, a location of several significant encounters with Jesus, as mentioned in the New Testament. It was announced by the board of directors on December 9, 2014, that Bethany's last year of operation "in its current iteration" would be academic year 2014–15.[1][2]


Bethany College offered four programs of study:

  • The TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Certificate (15 credits)
  • Diploma of Biblical Studies (2 years)
  • Bachelor of Christian Studies Degree (3 years)
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree (4 years)


The Bethany College facilities included the Administration Building, which houses classrooms, the Learning Resource Centre (library), chapel, offices, faculty/staff offices, dining hall, and student lounge and mall area; Bethany Place, which houses the Gymnasium/Auditorium, and classrooms; and the Ministry Arts wing, housing music studios, and more teaching spaces. Residential facilities for men are named West and East Court, joined by a lounge; and for women are named North and Centre Court. There is a recreation area, Soccer Field and Courtyard.[3]


  1. ^,%202014.pdf
  2. ^ "Hepburn's Christian college to close in May, after 87 years". CBC News. 2015-01-06. Retrieved 2015-01-06.
  3. ^ Campus Facilities

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