A message from President Harrison -
Thank you to everyone for your patience regarding COVID-19. We have been working extensively with the post-secondary educational sector in Saskatchewan and with provincial authorities. We have also attended closely to the public health directives in the areas that we serve, including the four provinces and the territories in Canada’s North and West.
We recognize that these are challenging times for everyone. LTS has been blessed by being well-positioned to approach this crisis. We have been teaching online and hybrid (combination classroom and online) courses for some years, now. We have also been organizing ourselves in such a way as to be able to respond to shifting circumstances.
In light of COVID-related developments across Canada and in Saskatchewan, we continue to offer courses by remote delivery. Any courses that cannot reasonably be offered electronically will be offered at a more suitable time.
Any students who have questions about courses are invited to contact Colleen Rickard, LTS Registrar.
STU LIBRARY SERVICES
Due to COVID-19, STU library services are available only by contacting Senior Library Technicians, Katelyn Haskell or Leif Steistol (306-966-8983). The library reading room is no longer accessible to the public.
University of Emmanuel College-College of Emmanuel & St. Chad
Lutheran Theological Seminary Sasatoon
St. Andrew’s College
are pleased to announce the
Virtual Joint Convocation Ceremonies of the
Saskatoon Theological Union
Friday May 7, 2021
A YouTube link will be made available in early May
A Letter from President William Harrison
March 16, 2020
Dear Members of the LTS Community,
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, who walks with us through these difficult times.
You will receive multiple communications from LTS in the coming days and weeks, as we respond to
We wish to assure you all of our concern and prayers for those affected by COVID-19, whether as a result of illness, financial suffering, or social isolation. You are in our hearts.
We have officially moved all classes fully into electronic format for the winter term of 2020. As most of you know, we are fortunate in that we already teach extensively through electronic systems, so this is a
relatively small adjustment for us.
Thank you for your support in the important ministry of forming theological leaders for the church.
Rev. Dr. William Harrison
President, Lutheran Theological Seminary
A Letter From the Presidents of the STU (March 2020)
Join Us For A New Lecture - Postponed to a future date
"Decolonizing Theology: In the seminary, in the church, and beyond"
2020 LTS STUDY CONFERENCE - ON THE MOVE - Cancelled
An update from LTS about COVID-19 and the 2020 Study Conference
In light of developments around COVID-19, we announce the decision to cancel our 2020 Study Conference set for April 28-30. There will be a future event to honour the transition from the current seminary building to our new home in the St. Andrew’s College building. We are also postponing the “Decolonizing Theology,” lecture which will be rescheduled for a later date.
Although this decision is a disappointing one, we feel that protecting the health and well-being of all our staff, faculty, students, supporters, alumni and communities is of utmost importance. God bless you all as you help to protect and support the elderly and more vulnerable members of society by practicing social distancing.
Celebrating the Seminary's Past, Exploring Faith's Future
April 28 to 30, 2020 (Tues to Thurs)
This years Study Conference is going to be a powerful journey of reflection and learning as we say good-bye to our building. There will be opportunities to take one last tour to reminisce while we discuss “On the Move - Biblical Ancestors, The Church, The Spirit and Theological Education.”
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Last Year's Study Conference (in 2019)
2019 Study Conference - Breaking Open the Church - Making Space For Reconciliation
Our May 2019 Past Study Conference was a success with all attendees learning so much about Indigenous relations and a fantastic keynote with Rev. Ginny Doctor.