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Prairie Centre for Ecumenism presentation

* The Prairie Centre for Ecumenism welcomes all to attend a public presentation by Natasha Klukach of the King’s College, London and World Council of Churches. Natasha has been involved in the development of statements of unity among the churches for years and will be sharing her insight on the process of coming to agreement. Please join us, Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at 7:30 pm, St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, 10 Grosvenor Cr. Saskatoon. Free will offering – wine and cheese reception to follow.

God's Gift and Call: Developing a Statement on Christian Unity - public presentation by Natasha Klucach

God's Gift and Call: Developing a Statement on Christian Unity - public presentation by Natasha Klucach of King's College London and the World Council of Churches will be held 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 20 at St. Stephen's Anglican Church, 10 Grosvenor Crescent, Saskatoon, SK -- All are welcome!

Wine and cheese reception to follow.

For more information contact the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism at (306) 653-1633 or e-mail admin [at]

Prairie Centre for Ecumenism Banquet

Prairie Centre for Ecumenism Banquet:  Thursday, June 22, at the German Cultural Centre, 160 Cartwright St. East.5:30 Cocktails, 6:30 Supper, 7:30 Guest Speaker: Fr. Tom Ryan.  Tickets are $60.00 per person.  Please contact admin [at] or call 306-653-1633 (tickets may be purchased by credit card over the phone).

Evangelical-Roman Catholic celebration and comissioning service

 THAT THEY MAY BE ONE: A Service of Celebration and Commissioning. Join in an inter-church service to celebrate a new relationship between Catholics and Evangelicals in Saskatoon. Tuesday, May 16 at 7pm at Holy Family Cathedral, 123 Nelson Rd, Saskatoon. Preacher: Dr. David Guretzki from Briercrest Seminary. Worship leaders: Very Rev. Kevin McGee (Diocesan Administrator) and Rev. Jakob Palm (Saskatoon Evangelical Ministers’ Fellowship). The service will inaugurate the new Saskatoon Evangelical-Roman Catholic Commission for Common Witness.

Evangelical-Catholic relations - public lecture

Justification and the Unity of the Churches: A lecture on Evangelical-Catholic relations by Dr. David Guretzki, Briercrest Seminary. Monday, May 15th at 7pm at Forest Grove Community Church, 502 Webster St, Saskatoon. Dr. Guretzki has served since 1993 as Professor of Systematic Theology at Briercrest College and Seminary in Caronport, SK. He is a member of the national Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue and a board member and vice-president of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada. A response to Dr. Guretzki will be offered by Dr.

Workshop for Parish ecumenical and interfaith leaders

WORKSHOP FOR PARISH ECUMENICAL AND INTERFAITH LEADERS. Saturday, May 6, 9am to noon at Holy Family Cathedral, 123 Nelson Rd, Saskatoon. The workshop will explore fundamental principles of Catholic ecumenism and interfaith relations.

Ecumenical discussion nght: "Perspectives on Authority and Interpretation of Scriptures"


Speakers: Rev. Dr. Sandra Beardsall and Sister Audrey Gerwing. On Monday, April 3 at 7 pm.,

at Holy Spirit Parish Hall. Sponsored by the McClure United Church and Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Parish Joint Ecumenical Steering Committee. All are welcome.

Program in Ecumenical Studies and Formation

The Program for Ecumenical Studies and Formation will take place, June 20-23, 2017 at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Saskatoon, with visiting scholars, Natasha Klukach and Father Tom Ryan. For more information, visit the website at or call 306-653-1633 or e-mail:  programs [at]

World Day of Prayer

* World Day of Prayer - The World Day of Prayer has been held in churches of many different denominations throughout Canada on the first Friday of March since 1922. St. Martin’s United Church, 2617 Clarence Ave. S., Saskatoon is one of the local churches hosting the World Day of Prayer service at 2 p.m. Friday, March 3. The 2017 service was prepared by a group of women from the Philippines. Come to St. Martin’s to learn more about the Philippines and to gather with our sisters and brothers in Christ from local churches.

A Holy and a Broken Hallelujah

Rabbi Claudio Jodorkovsky and Archbishop Donald Bolen met again to to discuss the Jewish and Christian symbolism in the music and poetry of Leonard Cohen. The February 13, 2017 event was held before over 500 people at the Cathedral of the Holy Family in Saskatoon, SK. It was a followup to their first Cohen evening in December 2015 at Saskatoon's Congregation Agudas Synagogue

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