Faculty Emeriti

carr-john-square-200.jpgJohn C. Carr, PhD

John C. Carr's PhD (1980 - Pastoral Psychology & Counseling) is from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and Northwestern University, Evanston, ILL. He earned a BD (1962 - Old Testament concentration) from Knox College, Toronto and a ThM (1971 - Pastoral Theology) from Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, NJ. In 2017, Knox College honoured him with a Doctor of Divinity degree, honoris causa. John is a former AAPC Diplomate; former CASC/ACSS Teaching Supervisor in CPE and PCE; retired member of AAMFT (former Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor) and was a Registered Psychologist until he retired that credential in 2019. He is retired after five decades of professional practice as a parish minister, pastoral psychotherapist, and clinical pastoral educator. John was a member of St. Stephen's DMin Program Committee (1975-2018) and MPS/ Psychotherapy & Spirituality Department Program Committee (1999 to 2018). He guided DMin and Master's dissertations and theses. He taught therapy theory and practice courses in the Master's program and assisted, in various ways, with courses for DMin students. John has a longstanding interest, and has published extensively, in research methodology, professional formation, and cross-cultural and pastoral theory/theology and practice. He spent 15 months as Visiting Fellow, Pastoral Counselling & Education at the Campbell Centre in Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand and has taught therapy theory and research methodology at the Mar Thoma Seminary in Kottayam, Kerala, S. India. John was installed as Professor Emeritus at St. Stephen's College's Fall 2018 Convocation.

 feehan-square-200.jpgMona-Lee Feehan, DMin

Mona-Lee Feehan, BEd, MEd, MTh, DMin, is a graduate of St Stephen's College Doctor of Ministry program. She was installed as Professor Emerita at the 89th Convocation of St Stephen's College in 2013. In addition to her work with SSC, she also teaches at St. Joseph's College at the University of Alberta. Mona-Lee has worked in Christian marriage and relationship ministries for over 25 years and has authored several international programs preparing young couples for marriage. She has a passion for women's stories and is working towards a more inclusive understanding for all women in all denominations.

kelker-square-200.jpgHenriette Kelker, PhD

Henriette Kelker, MSc, MDiv, PhD, grew up in the Netherlands, where she attended the Agriculture University in Wageningen. After immigrating to Canada, she completed her PhD in the Faculty of Science at the University of Alberta, followed by several years as a fulltime home maker and community volunteer before re-entering the academic world. From 1993 to 2007, she served as Research Associate at the Royal Alberta Museum and, from 2001 to 2007, as Coordinator of the Land Underfoot Museum Network. In these positions, Dr. Kelker contributed to research projects and publications and the crafting of educational resources for primary and secondary schools in the fields of social studies and aboriginal studies. From 2011 to 2014, Dr. Kelker served the United Church of Canada as a minister in both Edmonton and rural Alberta. Having previously completed an MTS (‘93) at St. Stephen’s College, she joined her alma mater in 2015, serving first as Chair of the Doctor of Ministry Program and later as Chair of the Department of Theology. Henriette was installed as Professor Emerita at St. Stephen's College's Fall 2022 Convocation.