Maggie Kappelhoff


Dr Maggie Kappelhoff holds a Dip. Social Work (Canada), BTh (Tabor), BTh (Hons) (St Marks, CSU) and a PhD (St Marks, CSU). Her PhD thesis is entitled “The Marks of the Church as ‘Gift’ and ‘Task’:
A Paradigm for the Twenty-First-Century Church” and considers the transcendent and dynamic nature of the four creedal marks of ‘one, holy, catholic, and apostolic’ and their relevance for ecumenical dialogue. Maggie is primarily trained and experienced in social work and theology in which she has held positions that include counsellor, chaplain, pastor, Dean of Students, and lecturer. Her new role as Academic Dean at JCS provides her a focused theological education and curriculum development opportunity to apply her passion to help students engage academically for the purpose of informing contextual Christian vocation and living. Working with JCS offers the further benefit of integrating Ignatian spirituality as a foundational element offering a more wholistic approach to overall student development.

  • Dip. Social Work (Canada)
  • BTh (Tabor)
  • BTh (Hons) (St Marks, CSU)
  • PhD (St Marks, CSU)