“SCUPE gave me a new theology and a new way of looking at faith and scriptures. It pointed me to all the scriptures that are about compassion, justice, inclusion, and rights of the poor. I left SCUPE multidimensional with a deeper, richer theology.”
Dr. Rick Tobias
Community Advocate & Former CEO
Yonge Street Mission
SCUPE envisions a world in which religions are a proactive force for justice, inclusivity and peace.
Public Theologians think critically, with others, about faith and their community. Hear from SCUPE’s trusted leaders on the ethical and political implications of religious understanding.
The starting point of theological reflection is the student’s experience and interaction with people and institutions; students have space for privileged theological reflection within their own cultural context and community.