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image: The Anglican Church of Canada's map of Canadian dioceses and provinces, from (modified to highlight the Diocese of Saskatoon)

In the week of 28 August 2022 in the Anglican Church of Canada's cycle of prayer, we pray for the clergy and people of the Diocese of Saskatoon, and their Bishop Chris Harper.

About the Bishop, the first Indigenous person to hold this role, from the Sasakatoon Star Phoenix. Click here for Bp Chris Harper's blog diary from the Lambeth Conference in London, July 2022.

Diocesan website

"The Diocese of Saskatoon is a diocese of the Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert's Land of the Anglican Church of Canada. Its territory is a band across the middle of the province of Saskatchewan. It was separated from the Anglican Diocese of Saskatchewan in 1933." (from Wikipedia.) It consists of 21 parishes organized under three deaneries. Some are multi-point charges, and several are shared Anglican/Lutheran ministries."

The diocese is situated in the traditional territories of the Treaty 6 First Nations.

Here is a list of the parishes across the diocese. Click on the links to be whisked away to Lashburn or Lintlaw via Google Street View!

The diocesan cathedral of St John the Evangelist , built in 1912, is in Saskatoon.

Cathedral of St John the Evangelist, Saskatoon (Jordon Cooper, Wikipedia)

Cathedral of St John the Evangelist, Saskatoon (Jordon Cooper, Wikipedia)

The joint diocesan newsletter of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and Qu'Appelle is the Saskatchewan Anglican, available here.