I chose St. Andrew's because of the emphasis on the integration of our theological studies with practical ministry experience and community involvement.
St. Andrew's blessed my life with social struggles and deep faith.
St. Andrew's prepared me
for a lifetime of ministry
and congregational service.
I grew in confidence over time, due in large part to the support of teachers, family and friends and the tenacious presence of the Spirit.
I am grateful for what I have experienced and learned from
St. Andrew’s College including
a strong sense of community.
Recent experiences of the United Church have called for deeper theological reflection on the church's engagement with Israel/Palestine, and on the Canadian experience of colonization.
Doing Theology on Occupied Land: A Symposium on United Church of Canada Engagement with Israel/Palestine, is sponsored by the Theology and Inter-Church Inter-Faith Committee of The United Church of Canada and will be held May 12-13, 2014, at St. Andrew's College in Saskatoon.
Presentations and workshops will explore: Our religious, ethnic and geographical identities related to the land; Biblical perspectives on the call to be people ‘chosen’ to live in a ‘promised land’; how divine authority has been used to justify—or challenge—oppression; how our response to these questions can lead to transformation of colonial relationships within our Canadian context.
Keynote speakers will include: Rabbi Dow Marmur, Rabbi Emeritus at Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto; Raed Ayad, PhD (Cand), board member of Palestinian House, Toronto; Prof. Jim Dumont, Chief of the Midewiwin Lodge Eastern Door (Canada); Rev. Carmen Lansdowne, PhD (Cand), member of Heiltsuk First Nation.
More details and registration information is available on the The United Church of Canada website.
As an Affirming Ministry within the United Church of Canada, we are welcoming and inclusive of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.