The Rev. Kyle Wagner
Atlantic School of Theology
“Nothing we do, however virtuous, can be accomplished alone; therefore we are saved by love.” --Reinhold Niebuhr
B.A. (Mount Allison University)
M.Div. (Atlantic School of Theology)
I am a native of Prince Edward Island, and my interests include religion and politics, faith and science, and South African Studies. In 2008, I spent three months in South Africa as a Theological Student International Intern, where I worked in UN refugee camps and with those affected by HIV/AIDS. I am currently completing the Doctor of Ministry degree at Trinity College, University of Toronto. I am also involved in the Anglican diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, having served on Diocesan Council, Human Resources VSST, as a Pre-ordination Assessor, and as a member of the Task Force for Diocesan Episcopacy. In 2013, I was a delegate of General Synod at the Joint Assembly in Ottawa, Ontario. I also sit on the Communications Committee for the National Church in Toronto, Ontario.
I am married to Dr. Julie Wagner, PhD, who works for the Nova Scotia Health Authority in Halifax. We love our son Elijah, and our dachshund Opie.
Supervised Field Education (SFE 1000)
- Rector, Parish of Seaforth
- Regional Dean, Eastern Shore, Diocese of Nova Scotia and PEI
Christian Realism, Political Theology, Politics and Religion, Social Gospel and Justice, Augustine, Reinhold Niebuhr, Stanley Hauerwas, Ecumenism
Currently completing D.Min. thesis, entitled “The Faith of God’s People: The Social Gospel and Anglican Interpretation”
- Anglican Foundation Bursary, 2014
- Trinity College University Bursary, 2011-2015
- Morris Scholarship
I enjoy reading (especially Stephen King), golf (not a scratch handicap), and hockey (goalie). I collect vinyl records, and love spending time with my family. Favorite movies include Star Wars, Back to the Future, and the Indiana Jones series.