Aug 13,2013

United Not Absorbed

By DarrenDahl

United, not Absorbed

Jan 20,2014

Has Christ Been Divided?

By DarrenDahl

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity has been celebrated in one form or another for over one hundred years. It is traditionally observed around the world in mid-January to cover the days between the Feasts of St. Peter and St. Paul.

Aug 12,2013

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Ecumenical Imperatives: Lutherans and Catholics Remember the Reformation

"Ecumenical Imperatives: Lutherans and Catholics Remember the Reformation - Dr. Darren Dahl, Director of the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism, will discuss ecumenical relations between Lutherans and Roman Catholics in light of the upcoming 500th anniversary of the 1517 Reformation. The document on which this presentation will be based can be found at http://www.lutheranworld.org/sites/default/files/From%20Conflict%20to%20Communion.pdf

Care of the Earth, Care of the Church

What does the Environment have to do with Ecumenism?

Spring PEC Workshop


Saturday, April 26th 

Queen's House of Retreats

10 am - 4 pm

Martyn Joseph

COMING TO SASKATOON!

“One of the most charismatic and electrifying performers in Britain today…tough and passionate”  -  Tom Robinson BBC 6 

“Songs of social commentary as much as love, with a rootsy sensibility”  -  Time Out

Sunday March 30th 2014 – 7:00pm

St. John’s Cathedral - 816 Spadina Crescent East, Saskatoon

Holy Body Talk: Word in our Flesh

"And the Word became flesh and lived among us and we have seen his glory" (John 1:14). Two thousand years ago, our God was birthed into human life, walked among us, spoke our lan-guage, suffered and died, and rose again. And we live, as Christians, baptized into the body of Jesus, taking up divine life in our flesh, for our own sake and through our respective roles in ministry, for the sake of the world.

Saskatoon Unites in Prayer

Around the world and here in Saskatoon, heartfelt prayers for Christian unity were lifted up to God during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, January 18 - 25. On January 18th people gathered for a pre-event at St Philip Neri Parish for a workshop to discern the spiritual gifts of different Christian churches.

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2014

Theme for 2014:
Has Christ been divided?
(1 Cor 1:1-17)

At least once a year, many Christians become aware of the great diversity of ways of adoring God. Hearts are touched, and people realize that their neighbours' ways are not so strange.

Healing Gifts for Wounded Hands

Healing Gifts for Wounded Hands: The Promise and Potential of Receptive Ecumenism

November 5-7, 2013

PUBLIC WORKSHOP - Stories for the Journey: Ecumenical life and learning

Tuesday, November 5th from 7 to 9pm at the Cathedral of the Holy Family, 123 Nelson Road (off Attridge)

Co-sponsored by the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism

ECUMENICAL SUPPER with university students and chaplains

The Church: Towards a Common Vision

The Prairie Centre for Ecumenism is planning a one-day conference, Saturday November 30, dedicated to the World Council of Churches' document, "The Church: Towards a Common Vision." Presentations will address the document's understanding of the Church from various denominational contexts as well as in terms of its implications for ecumenical dialogue and its emergence within the history of the World Council of Churches.

Receptive Ecumenism in International Perspective: Contextual Ecclesial Learning

June 9-12, 2014 marks an exciting ecumenical event happening at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut. 

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