Collage of church steeples in Saskatoon - photos by Carol Penner

This directory contains websites, emails or phone numbers of Saskatchewan churches and church-related agencies. The directory is incomplete, and probably has some errors. If you don't find what you are looking for here, consider using a search engine to supplement your search.

Due to the number of churches in Saskatchewan, we are only listing websites and email addresses (or phone numbers). We want to provide at least one contact point for people searching for a church. We will not be including street addresses or postal addresses, or any other information about the congregation.

These church listings are sorted by denominational family


Directory of Anglican churches

Anglican

Diocese of Qu'Appelle, Anglican Church of Canada

Diocese of Saskatchewan, Anglican Church of Canada

Diocese of Saskatoon, Anglican Church of Canada

Saskatoon Deanery

  • St. John the Evangelist Cathedral, Saskatoon • phone 306-242-5146
  • All Saints • phone 306-244-4042
  • Christ Church • phone 306-22242-0165
  • Good Shepherd, Delisle/Pike Lake
  • Holy Trinity / St. Luke's
  • River Valley
    • St. John's, Borden • phone 306-997-2261
    • St. Augustine, Rosthern
    • All Saints, Maymont, Duck Lake 
  • St. George's • phone 306-242-7973
  • St. James • phone 306-653-3531
  • St. Mark's • phone 306-653-4140
  • St. Matthew's • phone 306-374-8808
  • St. Stephen's • phone 306-374-4066
  • St. Timothy's • phone 306-343-1332

Eastern Deanery

  • St. Andrew's, Humboldt
  • Quill View
    • St. John's, Wadena • phone 306-338-2350
    • St. John the Evangelist, Foam Lake
    • St. Michael's, Quill Lake
    • St. Margaret, Wynyard
  • Porcupine Plain
    • Bethany-Good Shepherd, Porcupine Plain • phone 306-278-2065
    • St. Andrew's, Shand Creek
    • St. John's, Hillside, Bjorkdale
  • Lintlaw-Endeavour
    • St. Stephen's, Lintlaw • phone 306-325-4525
    • St. James, Endeavour
    • Church of the Messiah, Okla
    • Church of the Good Shepherd, Rockford
  • Greater Watrous
    • All Saints, Watrous • phone 306-946-3458
    • St. Matthias, Colonsay
    • St. Paul, Viscount

Western Deanery

  • Battle River
    • St. George's, Battleford • phone 306-937-2381
    • St. Paul's, North Battleford • phone 306-445-4155
  • St. Paul's, Biggar • phone 306-948-3460
  • Parkland
    • All Saints, Lashburn • phone 306-285-3228
    • St. Andrew's, Maidstone
    • Christ Church, Paynton
    • St. Paul's, Forest Bank
  • St. John's Minster, Lloydminster • phone 306-825-3116
  • Unity Central
    • St. John's, Unity • phone 306-228-3686
    • St. Paul's, Cutknife
    • St. Paul's, Wilkie

Directory of Baptist churches

Baptist

Baptist General Conference of Canada (BGCC)

Canadian Baptists of Western Canada (CBWC)

Canadian National Baptist Convention (CNBC)

  • Humboldt,
  • Kinistino Community Church
  • Melfort,
  • Moose Jaw, Calvary Baptist
  • Muskoday Baptist
  • North Battleford,
  • Prince Albert
  • Regina
    • Woori Baptist
  • Saskatoon
    • Faith Baptist
  • Smeaton,

Directory of Catholic churches

Catholic

Archdiocese of Regina

 

Diocese of Prince Albert
The Diocese of Prince Albert (est. 1891) is the oldest of three Roman Catholic dioceses in Saskatchewan. The Diocese of Prince Albert was separated from the Diocese of St. Albert, Alberta., on Oct. 21, 1890, as the Vicariate Apostolic of Prince Albert, under the leadership of Bishop Albert Pascal, OMI, who was consecrated on June 29, 1891. It was then established as a diocese in 1904. The diocese became smaller in subsequent years with the creation in 1910 of the Vicariate of Keewatin, in 1921 of the Abbacy of Muenster, and in 1933 of the Diocese of Saskatoon. In 1915 Prince Albert became a suffragan diocese of the newly created Archdiocese of Regina. The diocese is located in the north-central part of the province, it stretches east-west from the Manitoba to the Alberta border and north-south from Prince Albert National Park to the Wakaw area. It includes 87 rural and urban parishes including 17 on First Nations reserves, with a total Catholic population of approximately 40,000.

 

Diocese of Saskatoon
The Diocese of Saskatoon includes approximately 87 rural municipalities as well as the city of Saskatoon. In total, this includes some 44,800 square kilometres with a total population of approximately 318,000. Stretching from Macklin and Leader in the west, to Kelvington and Wadena in the east, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon includes some 87,000 Catholics served by 98 parishes. There are seven deaneries in the diocese: Saskatoon City, Saskatoon Rural, Eatonia, Humboldt, Kerrobert, Outlook and Wadena. In addition to 47 diocesan priests, there are 43 religious priests (Basilians, Benedictines, Dominicans, Oblates, and Redemptorists) in the diocese of Saskatoon and three permanent deacons, nine religious brothers, and 163 religious sisters in a variety of orders. There are also 12 Parish Life Directors – lay people or sisters who are appointed by the bishop to serve with a Priest Moderator as a Parish Pastoral Team.

Saskatoon City Deanery

Saskatoon Rural Deanery

Eatonia Deanery

Humboldt Deanery

Kerrobert Deanery

Outlook Deanery

Wadena Deanery

 

Archdiocese of Keewatin-Le Pas
The total area of the Archdiocese of Keewatin-Le Pas is 430,000 sq. km, serving the northern parts of Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. The cathedral church is Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cathedral in The Pas, MB. The Archdiocese of Keewatin-Le Pas has the following missions in Saskatchewan. For a list of the Manitoba and Ontario missions, see the Archdiocesan website.

 

Ukrainian Catholic - Eparchy of Saskatoon

 

Society of St. Pius X (SSPX)


Directory of Christian & Missionary Alliance churches

Christian & Missionary Alliance

Canadian Midwest District Office, Regina


Directory of Lutheran churches

Lutheran

Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC), Saskatchewan Synod

 

Lutheran Church-Canada (LCC)

 

Church of the Lutheran Brethren (CLBA)

Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod-Canada

Other Lutheran churches in Saskatchewan

Lutheran institutions

Directory of Mennonite churches

Mennonite

Mennonite Church Saskatchewan

 

Saskatchewan Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches

 

Other Mennonite Churches


Miscellaneous


Directory of Orthodox churches

Orthodox

Antiochian Christian Archdiocese of North America

Evangelical Orthodox Church (E.O.C.)
(Note that this church is not a canonical Orthodox church.)

Orthodox Church of America (O.C.A.)

Romanian (Patriarchal) Orthodox Church


Directory of Pentecostal, Charismatic, & Holiness churches

Pentecostal, Charismatic, & Holiness

It is sometimes difficult to distinguish Pentecostal, Charismatic, and Holiness churches from other Evangelical churches. As a general rule of thumb, Holiness and Pentecostal churches fall within the Wesleyan tradition. Methodism arose through the ministry of John and Charles Wesley during a period known as the First Great Awakening in the 1740s. Within Evangelicalism, the term Arminian is sometimes used to distinguish influences from the Wesleyan tradition in contrast to the Calvinism of the Reformed churches. The Second Great Awakening in the early 1800s promoted a form of pietism known as revivalism. Out of this period come a number of new American-born churches sometimes called Holiness churches. Pentecostalism arises in the early 20th century and continues to spread through the Christian churches. Charismatic and Pentecostal are sometimes synonyms, although many charismatics are found within churches that are not part of the Pentecostal family.

There are a number of Pentecostal, Charismatic & Holiness churches listed in this directory. See also: Christian & Missionary Alliance, Miscellaneous, and Salvation Army for other churches from this family. Consult the church websites for more detailed history and theological emphasis.

Apostolic Church of Pentecost of Canada

Church of God-Canada
The Church of God-Canada is a classical Pentecostal church affiliated with the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee).

Church of God of Western Canada
The Church of God of Western Canada is a church in the Holiness tradition affiliated with the Church of God (Anderson, Indiana).

Nazarene

Open Bible Faith Fellowship

Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC)

Victory Churches International

Vineyard - Association of Vineyard Churches Canada


Directory of Presbyterian churches

Presbyterian Church in Canada - Synod of Saskatchewan

Presbytery of Assiniboia

  • Estevan, Westminster • phone 306-634-4188
  • Grenfell, Trinity • Minister: Rev. Jared Miller
  • Kipling, Bekevar • phone 306-699-2243
  • Moose Jaw, St. Mark's • phone 306-692-8914
    • Briercrest, Knox • phone 306-799-2016
  • Moosomin / Whitewood
    • Moosomin, St. Andrew's • phone 306-435-2155
    • Whitewood, Knox • phone 306-735-4338
  • Qu'Appelle, St. Andrew's • phone 306-699-2243
  • Regina
  • Swift Current, St. Andrew's • phone 306-773-4406 • Minister: Rev. Jonathan Kwon
  • Weyburn, Knox • phone 306-842-2776
  • Yorkton, Knox • phone 306-782-2066
    • Dunleath

Presbytery of Northern Saskatchewan
Clerk:

  • Melfort / Tisdale • Interim moderator:
    • St. Andrew's, Tisdale • phone 306-873-2451
    • St. James, Melfort • phone 306-752-5321
  • Mistawasis First Nation, Mistawasis Memorial • Minister: Rev. Beverly Shepansky
  • North Battleford, St. Andrew's • Interim moderator: Rev. Beverly Shepansky
  • Prince Albert, St. Paul'sMinister:
  • Saskatoon
    • Calvin-Goforth • Interim moderator: • phone 306-955-4500
    • Saskatoon Native Circle Ministry • Minister:
    • St. Andrew'sMinister:
  • Preaching points (no resident clergy)
    • St. Philip's, Sandwith • phone 306-342-4514 •
    • Knox, Shipman • phone 306-426-2861
    • Knox, Sylvania • phone 306-824-4405

Directory of Salvation Army congregations

Salvation Army


Directory of United churches

United Church of Canada - Saskatchewan Conference

The Saskatchewan Conference of the United Church consists of 185 pastoral charges in 7 presbyteries. A number of pastoral charges are shared ministries with the Anglican or Lutheran churches. There are also 4 church camps, one of which is a shared ministry with the Presbyterian Church in Canada.

The presbyteries are listed here, with contact information where permitted. Congregations are listed here with website addresses whenever possible. Further contact information for the congregations listed here can be found in the UCC's church locator. Please remember to send updates to the UCC webmaster as well as to .

Chinook Presbytery
Secretary: , Swift Current

Good Spirit Presbytery
Secretary: Rev. Brian R. Mee, Lemberg

Prairie Pine Presbytery
Secretary: Diane Thurlow, Meadow Lake

River Bend Presbytery

Tamarack Presbytery
Secretary:

Twin Valleys Presbytery
Secretary: Sharon Jeeves, Wolseley

Wascana Presbytery
Secretary: , Regina


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