Networks & Clusters

Banner header with the words "Networks and Clusters" and, to the right, a spider web with drops of dew catching and reflecting the light.

What are Clusters and Networks? Who’s working on them, and how do the people of the United Church in Saskatchewan get involved? Interested in starting a Network or Cluster? Confused? Have ideas to share? We want to hear from you!

Contact the group through Julie Graham, Minister for Communications and Justice, jgraham@united-church.ca or 306-244-2157 (Saskatoon).

Please click here for a PDF list of all known Networks and Clusters​  (Updated December 2022). We’ll update this a couple of times a year, and these contacts are also included in our Regional Council directory. Don’t see your group listed? Give the office a call!

So far, Living Skies Regional Council includes many Clusters (people in fairly close geographic proximity) and Networks (wider-ranging groups of people that share an interest in a common concern, topic, or focus.) Many Networks work across the entire church, giving their members a chance to connect across Regional boundaries. And Clusters exist to create more immediate support and connection between communities of faith, ministers, lay leaders, and more.

Our Regional budget offers support to Network and Cluster events and programs, so please don’t let financial concerns get in the way of your ministry. Please see the online funding form here.

News and resources- Clusters and Networks

Introducing Korean Rainbow United Network

Introducing Korean Rainbow United Network

Korean Rainbow United is a network of The United Church of Canada for Korean queer people and allies, with involvement and leadership in our Regional Council. Members of the network work along with...

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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.

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