2017/05/24 Parish Nursing Information Forum


A Parish Nursing Information Forum will be held in the Cedar Room, Zion Lutheran Church, 323 – 4th Ave., S. Saskatoon on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (registration begins at 6:30 p.m.).  This is an inter-church event and is open to anyone interested in exploring the role of the Church in health and healing.  A panel will discuss the role of the Parish Nurse in the life and mission of the congregation.  For more information or to register, contact Mona at 306 978 1951, Elaine at 306 652-4524, or E-mail:


2017/05/25 2017 Reconciliation Saskatoon Flag Raising Ceremony


2017 Reconciliation Saskatoon Flag Raising Ceremony

Please join us at the 2017 Reconciliation Flag Raising Ceremony at Saskatoon City Hall’s Civic Square East. The ceremony is part of a month-long series of activities aimed at promoting reconciliation and inspiring residents to commit to the calls to action.

The official Flag Raising Ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 25 at 9:00 a.m.


7:30 a.m.:  Pipe Ceremony & Blessing of Reconciliation Flag

8:30 a.m.: Breakfast & Coffee Service

9: 00 a.m.: Performances, remarks, and raising of the Reconciliation Flag

§  Welcome & Opening Remarks by MC, Neal Kewistep, Saskatoon Health Region

§  Wild Horse Drum will perform.

§  Introduce Speakers: His Worship Mayor Charlie Clark, Felix Thomas, Chief of Saskatoon Tribal Council, Shirley Isbister, President of the Urban Metis Federation Inc., Harry Lafond, Office of the Treaty Commissioner (TBC), and a residential school survivor.

§  Wild Horse Drum will perform the flag song while the Reconciliation Flag is raised. Dancers will perform.

§  Closing remarks by MC, Neal Kewistep, Saskatoon Health Region


For more information, please contact: Charmaine Gardiner at 306-833-7828


2017/05/25 Suicide Intervention Skills Training


2017/05/26 Pastors' Breakfast  


2017/05/26 Ladies' Dessert Night at St. Stephens

St. Stephen's Anglican Church

10 Grosvenor Crescent



2017/05/29 FUNdrive at St. Matthew's


2017/06/18 Aboriginal Day Prayer Service


2017/06/21 “Rock Your Roots” Walk

This year, Reconciliation Saskatoon, a cooperative network of organizations listed below, is joining with National Aboriginal Day on June 21st, to host our second “Rock Your Roots” Walk.

We are excited to partner with organizers of National Aboriginal Day and further model what Reconciliation means to Saskatoon.

The Walk will begin at 10 am and again go from Victoria Park to Friendship Park and back where we will witness the Grand Entry for National Aboriginal Day and join in the public lunch and afternoon activities. Again this year the Walk will involve hundreds of school children, Indigenous elders, church leaders, survivors of the Indian Residential School system and participants from the over 50 organizations sitting at our not so“roundtable” which include us the Anglican Church.


*These event are being planned in cooperation with 50+ organizations including the City of Saskatoon, The Saskatoon Tribal Council, Central Urban Metis Federation Inc.,Saskatoon Indian and metis Friendship Centre, Saskatoon Public health,Saskatoon Police service, Saskatoon Public Schools, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools, Saskatoon Public Library, The Saskatchewan Association of Indian and Metis Centers, the U of S, S.I.I.T., as well as church partners from the local Roman Catholic Diocese, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Mennonite, United and Anglican Diocese.



There is a need for additional Walk Marshals this year. If anyone in your parish would like to volunteer please contact me, Mary Ann Assailly, at 

and I will get them registered and provided with the latest instructions.


2017/06/30 St. Martin's - Pike Lake

A Summer Invitation from St Martin’s Anglican Church, Pike Lake

On the May long weekend, Pike Lake Provincial Park will once again open its gates to summer visitors.  St Martin’s Church, Pike Lake, would like to invite other parishes in the diocese to make use of our facility through the summer months, should one of your congregational groups like to spend a day at the park.  Both the sanctuary and downstairs hall & kitchen would be available to you. 

So, if you’d like to hold a congregational retreat here, or your VBS would like to make a day-trip to the park, we’d be happy to have you make use of our church as a base for your visit.  And if your stay here is over a Sunday, we’d love to have you join us too for regular worship, 10.30 am. 

For further details please contact:

Fr Bill Richards, phone: (306) 668-9192; e-mail: or Cheryl Moen, phone: (306) 934-4852; e-mail: or Nancy or Dwight Young, phone: (306) 242-2473 <<


2017/06/30 ACA Seminar - video format 

ACA is pleased to announce an ACA Seminar on a topic that will inform as it inspires: Where is Unity in a Theologically divided Church? Please do join us if you are in the Toronto area. If distance prevents your coming, you will be able to access a link on our website to see it live streamed. Already a number of parishes have made plans to invite others to join them at their church or in homes to view the seminar together.  Highlight Saturday, March 25 on your calendar for this special event! 

If you missed the live broadcast it is not too late to watch the seminar. Click here to watch.