Registration now available for ReJUNEvation 2019

Registration is now open for ReJUNEvation 2019. This year's theme is Evangelical Freedom: Exploring the Meaning of a Reformation Theme in our Cultural Context.

Calvert, Kapila and Walton chosen to receive honorary degrees

St. Andrew’s College has selected Lorne Calvert of Saskatoon, Krishan Kapila of Regina, and Brian Walton of Saskatoon to receive Doctors of Divinity honoris causa degrees at the Co...

Calvert roast, Regina gala will support work of St. Andrews

Mark your calendar for a number of events that will be held during the coming months to both support and celebrate the work and community of St. Andrew’s College.

Beginning the conversation amidst change

In my short time since walking into the role as principal of the College I have been reminded of the significant role St. Andrew’s has in both further nurturing theological learnin...

Contact shares news of St. Andrew's community

Highlighting this edition is news about the covenanting service for Principal Dea. Richard Manley-Tannis and how a unique piece of textile art recently installed in the College ch...

Chapel art signifies college's commitment as an Affirming Ministry

The ongoing work of St. Andrew’s College to learn about, teach and uphold gender and sexual diversity is illustrated in a unique piece of textile art.

St. Andrew's College welcomes Manley-Tannis as principal

The St. Andrew’s College community officially welcomed Principal Dea. Richard Manley-Tannis with a covenanting service held Nov. 7 in the college chapel.

Professor delivers lecture at Emmanuel College

St. Andrew’s College's Prof. HyeRan Kim-Cragg shared perspective on memory and reconciliation during a recent lecture in Toronto.

Beardsall's new book examines multi-denominational congregations

Daring to Share tells the stories of multi-denominational congregations and proposes a fresh vision of church for the 21st century.

Rigby to lead discussion at ReJUNEvation 2019

A professor who has been called "one of the great theologians of our time” will lead discussion during ReJUNEvation 2019 at St. Andrew’s College.

ATS statement creates space for respectful engagement

I have come to appreciate the tension the Association of Theological Schools navigated as they represent ecumenical and interfaith partners. It is clear they were aware of the Sta...

Convocation celebrates program grads, honorary degree recipients

The college awarded degrees, diplomas and certificates to seven students as well as three honorary Doctor of Divinity degrees.

Calvert honoured for contributions to St. Andrew's

‘Lorne helped a lot of people experience that deep joy of participating in this college as it participates in the world’

Convocation, farewell celebration highlight latest edition of Contact

St. Andrew's College celebrated the success and contributions of eight graduates and recognized three individuals with honorary degrees during convocation held May 4.

St. Andrew's professor publishes new book

Prof. HyeRan Kim-Cragg's latest book advocates for postcolonial feminist approaches to theology.

College will be part of STU convocation ceremony

St. Andrew’s College will join in the 17th joint Saskatoon Theological Union convocation ceremony on Friday, May 4, 7 p.m. at St. John’s Anglican Cathedral.

College libraries make call seeking return of overdue materials

The Saskatoon Theological Union libraries are asking patrons from near and far to check their homes for any STU library books.

College shares condolences, affirms commitment to work for reconciliation

St. Andrew’s College Council wishes to remind ourselves, particularly non-Indigenous members of the St. Andrew’s College community and of our province, that in the economy of our C...

St. Andrew's selects honorary degree recipients

Austin Fennell, Frances Forsberg and Tony Thompson have been chosen to receive Doctors of Divinity honoris causa degrees at the college’s convocation in May 2018.

Fundraiser dinners set for spring 2018

Tom Jackson to highlight Saskatoon farewell evening for Principal Lorne Calvert. Rabbi Jeremy Parnes to speak at Regina event.

Principal news highlights fall edition of Contact

The fall 2017 edition of Contact includes news about the college community, including the selection of Richard Manley-Tannis as college's new principal.

Manley-Tannis selected as college's new principal

St. Andrew’s College is excited to announce that Richard Manley-Tannis has been invited and has agreed to take up the position of principal beginning July 1, 2018.

Update provides college with mobile-friendly website

The online presence of St. Andrew’s College has a fresh new face. Based on the design used by all colleges at the University of Saskatchewan the new website was launch...

Library launches New Curriculum collection

The St. Andrew's College Library's New Curriculum collection was launched with Dr. Sandra Beardsall providing a lively and informative talk about the production and significance of...

Upgrades to college facility include Main Lounge

Significant progress has been made during recent months in the revitalization of the St. Andrew’s College facility by tacking some of the larger projects both inside and outside of...