The Spring 2020 edition of Contact is now available with news and information about the life and community of St. Andrew's College.
Highlighting this edition is recognition of the College’s six graduates who were unable to celebrate convocation due to the restrictions on gatherings as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This edition also includes news about the response of St. Andrew’s and other faith communities to hateful acts of vandalism that affected a number of churches in Saskatoon. There is also an update on the next steps in the strategic planning process as the College looks to its future and its role of providing justice-driven education for Christian leadership.
There is also news about how library resources are being transformed through the integration of the St. Andrew’s College library with Lutheran Theological Seminary and the College of Emmanuel & St. Chad. And, readers will learn how Korean ministers working in Saskatchewan United Churches are sharing their experience with other.
Principal Dea. Dr. Richard Manley-Tannis continues his conversation with the College community through his reflection. Board chair Doug Neufeld shares how the college’s future planning is based on the need to enact change.
There is an update on activities of the college’s faculty news about fundraising events in the life of St. Andrews and the thank you of the College’s donors and supporters.
Contact is available for reading or download in PDF format.