This 35 hour intensive course will provide students with a foundation of understanding of the spiritual knowledge of Indigenous peoples, on the Land that we find ourselves today. Two Indigenous instructors will examine Indigenous wisdom within the context of Christian belief, while honouring Indigenous and Christian ways of knowing God. Students will have the opportunity to enhance their own theological understanding of Indigenous spiritual practice, while respectfully affirming Indigenous beliefs within God’s creation and love manifest through the grace of Jesus Christ.
This course can be taken for credit, or on a formal audit basis, or for your own personal formation. For information on how to register, please contact the Rev. Dr. Heather McCance, see below.
Inquiries about theological education at St. John’s College can be directed to the Rev. Dr. Heather McCance at [email protected] Dr. McCance’s position as Diocesan Ministry Developer for Rupert’s Land is jointly sponsored by the Diocese of Rupert’s Land and St. John’s College.