Chad-Elaine - 1St. Andrew’s College is excited to announce a new course offering for Fall 2016.  This is a credit course offered partly online and partly through participation in a three-day event in Saskatoon, October 14-16: SA 382 The TRC Calls Churches to Action: A Theology and Practices of Restorative Solidarity for Treaty Christians.

Instructors are Ched Myers and Elaine Enns of Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries in Southern California.  We are thrilled that Ched and Elaine are sharing their expertise and experience in restorative justice and solidarity through this course!  For more information about Ched, Elaine and Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries, see their website:

There is also limited room for people to register for the course for audit.

Attendance at the 3-day Bartimaeus Institute event, October 14-16 in Saskatoon is possible without being part of the course.  Attendance at this event is required for students in the credit course; it will also be open for registration separately.  It will be held at St. Andrew’s College and is being co-convened by a number of social justice organizations and churches.

For information on attendance at the Institute event only, please contact Ched and Elaine at, or Lynn Caldwell at St. Andrew’s College

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Restorative Solidarity course at St Andrew's College. photo

2016 Bartimaeus Institute - TRC