Women’s Network

Saskatchewan United Church of Canada Women (Sask UCC Women)

The Sask UCC Women has a mandate to reach out to the women of the United Church within Living Skies Regional Council through the existing United Church Women (UCW) structure, as well as through non-UCW groups and the individual women of the church.

A newsletter, events, and connections with the wider movement of women in the United Church of Canada are among our many efforts to keep women connected and supported. Check below for pdfs of the Women’s Newsletter and please be sure to check the Regional Council calendar for our upcoming events.   

We also offer funding. This network administers the UCW Bursary Fund, and it promotes the Margaret Agatha Kaasa Bursary Fund which is administered through the National UCW.

Executive

Co-chair :                 Chantal Ntibategera
Co-chair:                  Dawn Weber
Past Co-chair:        Susan Dokken
1st Vice-chair:       Diane Thurlow
2nd Vice-chair:      VACANT
Treasurer:                Phyllis Robinson
Secretary:                Barbara Byers Bradley

Newsletter Editor – Mary Mohn
d.mohn@sasktel.net or phone 306-749-3446.

Sask. UCC Women donations should be sent to:
Phyllis Robinson
901 Avenue F  North
Saskatoon, SK  S7L 1W7
Cheques should be made out to Sask. UCC Women

UCW Bursary Fund donations should be sent to:
Living Skies Regional Council
60A Athabasca St. E.
Moose Jaw, Sask. S6H 0L2
Cheques should be made out to
Living Skies Regional Council
On the Memo line: UCW Bursary Fund

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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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