These ministries and groups are a crucial part of the United Church’s ministry by, for, and with diverse Saskatchewan communities and needs. They include chaplaincies at hospitals and the University of SK; advocacy and accompaniment with economically poor neighbourhoods; outdoor ministries serving diverse youth and young adults; and restorative justice ministries that advocate for and accompany the incarcerated and their families. Some are United Church ministries, and others are independent ministries and organizations. Living Skies Regional Council and its communities of faith strive to support all of them. Scroll down to see an overview, and a little further down to see their latest news.
Support their vital ministry and community presence with:
Your time and skills: From volunteering to being on a board, your support makes a difference. Please contact the ministry or organization to enquire.
Your financial support: These organizations or ministries are all registered charities or under the umbrella of a registered charity, and welcome your tax deductible donation. Your support enables everything from crisis support in the medical system to student counselling, well-staffed outdoor programming, accompaniment with those imprisoned, meals, and advocacy with the provincial government. We could go on!
La Ronge United Church
North SK Hospital Chaplaincy
South SK Hospital Chaplaincy
Chaplaincy: University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon)
Ecumenical Chaplaincy at the University of Saskatchewan
(See also our Camps page under Youth and Young Adults).
News from community ministries
Watch for regular updates from all of our Camps & Outdoor Ministries in the coming months....
Regina Anti Poverty Ministry speaks out against SK government removing benefits Regina...
Extra discussion and resources about the regional assessment proposal to the regional gathering...
Proposal to the regional gathering of Living Skies Regional Council, 28 October and 4 November...
Introduction Poverty is a reality for too many Canadians, and can happen very quickly to anyone- as COVID has reminded us. A universal basic income would help address the persistent inequities within our country. Some...