Welcome to Living Skies Region of The United Church of Canada!
Have a look around!  Please note that all information on Living Skies Region (formerly Region 4) can be found here. Our inaugural Regional Meeting was held May 30-June 2 at the iPlex in Swift Current. All meeting documents and details are here

Need assistance? Please call our office at 306-704-0181 or email bdiebert@nullunited-church.ca

Be sure to look at our Network blogs for resources, invitations, and updates on our programs.  Click here for all blogs.

The United Church of Canada, Saskatchewan Conference is an Affirming Ministry.  We work toward affirming the image of God with all people.  We live and work on the traditional territories of strong and diverse First Nations and Metis peoples and communities.  We are all Treaty people.




Announcements: Living Skies

News and all documents for Living Skies Regional Council are right here.



If you are interested in volunteering for the work of Saskatchewan Conference, please fill out our skills & abilities survey link. We need your gifts of time and skills!

For any questions contact Bev Kostichuk at 306-647-2679.

Did you know that you can donate…

Most gifts to The United Church of Canada come from groups, members, and supporters who give through their local congregations. Gifts of all types can be directed to The United Church of Canada Foundation, Gifts of Vision, Mission & Service or another United Church related fund or organization that is important to you. Explore ways to give to support the work of the church.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time. See all events.

UCC News Feed

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  • Full Communion, not a Merger July 22, 2019
    Statement from the United Church on its full communion agreement with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Canada and the United States, paving the way for greater cooperation between the denominations.
  • Sad News for Climate Action and Indigenous Rights June 25, 2019
     The United Church is saddened by the failure to move Bill C-262, an important and hopeful piece of legislation, forward. We are saddened by the lack of coherence on climate action and the role of Indigenous peoples in decisions that affect us all.
  • Essential Agreement Explained June 25, 2019
    The United Church of Canada reiterates that people entering ministry must be in essential agreement with the church’s doctrinal statements.


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