Regional News

News, Announcements, and the Regional Rambler E-Newsletter

Welcome to the Living Skies Newsfeed and home of the Regional Rambler, the biweekly newsletter for Living Skies Regional Council (Saskatchewan). 

Click here to see both the current and past editions/ archives of our three newsletters (The Rambler, Pastoral Relations Ponderings, and E-Shares: important occasional announcements).  And keep scrolling  down for the newsfeed of our latest stories.

Questions about the newsletter or content submissions? Email Bev Diebert, bdiebert@united-church.ca

Living Skies Regional Council news

God’s call – take care of one another

God’s call – take care of one another

Printable version To Communities of Faith, Matthew 12: 25-26  “but the members may have the same care for one another. If one member suffers, all suffer together with it. Greetings in the name of...

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Welcome to our new Executive Assistant

Welcome to our new Executive Assistant

We welcome Chantal Winslow as the new Executive Assistant! She will work with Northern Spirit, Living Skies, and Prairie to Pine, as well as areas of work that include all three Regional Councils....

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Update from South Sask Hospital Chaplaincy

Update from South Sask Hospital Chaplaincy

Providing Spiritual Care to United Church patients in health facilities in Regina Rev Lorna King is the chaplain for the Regina area hospitals, and serves not only United Church members, but any...

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Fall Youth Retreat (gr 7-12)

Fall Youth Retreat (gr 7-12)

Fall Youth Retreat October 28-30, 2022 St. Martin's United Church, Saskatoon To Register: https://form.jotform.com/222626067981260 More info:...

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Regional Council gathering 2021

The 2021 Living Skies Regional Gathering was held June 4-6 online. Please click here for all related documents.

United Church News

Deep gratitude to all who have taken leadership in the 10,000 Signature Korea Peace Appeal, with special mention to the Korea Peace Appeal Champions, numerous communities of faith, and the Korean… continue reading Read More

The United Church of Canada joins with 250 organizations from 29 countries to call on the Salvadoran government to drop the charges against leading Water Defenders arrested on January 11 and advocate… continue reading Read More

As the United Church embraces a new Call and Vision, and makes Growth a key priority, the denominational office will integrate the expertise, energy, and ethos of its semi-autonomous innovation arm—… continue reading Read More

2022 was an interesting year for The United Church of Canada's Refugee desk. Here's a summary of the year's applications and arrivals. Read More

The Manual, 2023, is effective January 1, 2023. Read More