November 11th - November 15thHealing Haunted Histories Course

Through bible studies, social analysis, communal narratives and historic literacy,
this interactive course will explore how Canadian landscapes are “haunted” by historic and continuing violence against Indigenous peoples.

We will examine how trauma and resilience, as well as devised and dismembered stories,
inhabit our settler communal places, memories and myths.
We will explore how to map one’s “Landlines, Bloodlines & Songlines,”
in order to face our collective history and practice personal and political Restorative Solidarity alongside Indigenous communities.


For those who wish to take this course for credit, registration through Canadian Mennonite University will be available soon.
Tuition is around $800, plus some student fees.

For those applying for credit and are currently active in church ministry,
if you apply to Company of 1000, you will receive 50% of your tuition back once you have completed all assignments.
Contact Josh at for more information. 


For those who wish to audit this course, registration is available soon. The cost is $300. 


This is an intensive course, with classes running from 9am-12pm, and then 1pm-4pm (roughly) each day.
There is a limit of 20 participants and will be at the MCC Building in Saskatoon.
Please bring a bag lunch if attending in person.