Our Future: Region 4 updates and documents
On January 1, 2019, Saskatchewan Conference and its seven presbyteries will become Region 4 of The United Church of Canada. We may also join with Indigenous kin in Plains Presbytery in a new and renewed relationship, as outlined in the Caretakers’ Calls to the Church.  

This is one of the biggest changes in the history of our United Church, and as we move into the new regional structure, communication is going to be very important. All key documents and updates from the Region 4 Commission will be posted here. Keep checking back! 

Notice and invitation: Regina Conference office closure, furniture giveaway, and Open House November 27-30. Help us clear out our longtime office! Full information here

Region 4 Commission reports:
Region 4 Commission Report- 30 Nov 2018
Region 4 Commission Report- 7 September 2018 (includes Commissioner names and contact information)

Region 4 Commission letters to Communities of Faith: Please share these widely in your ministry.
Letter to Presbyteries re Mission Support grants and assessments, 23 October 2018
Letter to congregations, September 2018

Other correspondence:
Letter to Networks and Tasks of SK Conference, 3 December 2018

Staffing notices:
Staffing notice for Region 4, (5 September 2018)
Staffing notice for Regions 2, 4, and 5 (September 2018)

New name for Region 4: The naming contest is now closed. Our eventual name will reflect our region –our environment, our culture, our identity. The Regional Commission will also be in conversation with the Indigenous church in SK about this decision. The top 10 or so name ideas will be posted, then the entirety of Region 4 will choose a name.

Remit Implementation
 There are 16 regional councils to replace the Conferences and presbyteries. The final report and maps are available here.

Announcements (Region 4)

News and all documents for Region 4 are right here.

Volunteering

If you are interested in volunteering for the work of Saskatchewan Conference, please fill out our skills & abilities survey link. Further instructions can be found within this document.

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

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