Who Do We Say That We Are? Enriching Christian Identity through Inter-Religious Engagement

Date: Saturday, March 18

Time: 10:00am-4:00pm

Location: Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Cathedral, Regina

PESF 2017

The Program in Ecumenical Studies and Formation will be held June June 20-23.

We will be at a new location; Redeemer Lutheran Church, 812 Preston Ave. Saskatoon.

Our Visiting Scholars will be Fr. Tom Ryan and Natasha Klukach.

We are finalizing a few details and our registration form will be available shortly.

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Moving to a Higher Ground:Conversations in a New Key

Three Saturdays from 9:30 am — 3:30 pm January 21, March 11 and April 8

Four Wednesdays February 8 & 22, March 22, April 19 from 7:00 — 9:15 pm

Cost: $280.00 (Saturday lunch available at $12 each)

To register, please call 306-242-1916

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2017

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2017, in Saskatoon, has concluded. What are your practices? Please share with us, we'd love to hear from you! 

Ecumenism Explored


Across Difference: Giving Shape to an Ecumenical Church

Across Difference: Giving Shape to an Ecumenical Church (Published in www.livingchurch.ca)

Article by Dr Darren E Dahl, Prairie Centre for Ecumenism 

The future of Christianity is ecumenical. We are moving into and already seeing new forms of Christian community taking shape across traditional denominational identities. And for many who continue to inhabit those identities, the question of what it means to be Christian is being asked and answered in ways that do not take up the denominational categories of earlier generations.

In God's Reconciling Grace

The Prairie Centre for Ecumenism is pleased to announce Fr. Bernard de Margerie's book "In God's Reconciling Grace: Prayer and Reflection Texts for Christian Reconciliation and Unity".  The book is offered free of charge to all churches and to all Christian faithful across denominational lines. 

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