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Welcome to the Living Skies Newsfeed and home of the Regional Rambler, the biweekly newsletter for Living Skies Regional Council (Saskatchewan). Keep up with all the latest news by signing up here!

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

UN Declaration learning event

UN Declaration learning event

Bill C-15: Step Forward or Step Back? Hearing Indigenous perspectives on the federal bill to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Tuesday, March 16, 2021:...

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General Council 44 Commissioners overview

General Council 44 Commissioners overview

Please click here for a PDF version of this letter and invitation. Dear members of Living Skies Regional Council, This letter is concerning nominations of Commissioners for the meeting of General...

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Actions against conversion therapy in SK

Actions against conversion therapy in SK

There are lots of updates to share: Congratulations to communities of faith in Saskatoon who were part of the successful push to create a city bylaw banning the practice of “conversion” or...

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General Council Commissioners advance notice

General Council Commissioners advance notice

Have you heard that we are beginning (again!) the process of seeking Commissioners of the 44th General Council? Do you feel called to serve the wider church? Are you interested in being part of...

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Executive Letter: Vaccination Program

(Click here for a printable PDF of this letter) February 12, 2021 Dear Ministry Personnel, Pastoral Charge Supervisors, and Lay Leaders, Greetings on this cold, cold day.  I pray that this letter...

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