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The University of Saskatchewan has a longstanding history of collaboration with faith representatives who have contributed to a campus culture of respect, inclusion, and pluralism. 

The growing diversity of religious and spiritual backgrounds and beliefs of the University community presents an opportunity to build robust connections with communities of faith, interfaith understanding, and co-operation. Faith Leaders are advocates for such conversations, provide spiritual guidance, support to the University community, advice regarding religious issues, and educational and cultural events.

Some Faith Leaders provide one-on-one spiritual counsel and all represent links to their wider faith communities.

Contact information

If you need someone to talk to, consider speaking with a faith leader. Faith leaders offer support and can connect you with the faith organization they are affiliated with.

Ahmadiyya Muslim
Aziz Ahmad

Anglican, Presbyterian, United and Lutheran
George Hind

Drop-in hours:
Monday and Wednesday 10am-noon
Thursday 1–3 pm

Baptist/Evangelical Christian
Lou Leventhal

Department of Religion and Culture
Alisha Pomazon - Faith Leader Council advisor

Fachrizal Halim - Faith Leader Council advisor

Hindu
Nawal Sharma

Jewish
Rabbi Claudio Jodorkovsky

Mennonite
Pastor Josh Wallace

Redeemed Christian Church of God
Jide Oyetuga

Roman Catholic
Michael MacLean

Sikh
Jaswant Singh

Sunni Muslim
Hassan Abdulrahman

Ukrainian Catholic
Fr. André Lalach

Places of worship

Christian

Baptist

15:5 Church

Landmark Cinemas Brighton, 157 Gibson Bnd, Saskatoon
10 am on Sunday mornings

Lutheran

Lutheran Campus MInistry and the Ecumenical Chaplaincy have a service called “Faith-talk” on Tuesdays at 5:30 pm.

Lutheran Campus Centre

1302 College Dr., Saskatoon (just off campus at the corner of College and Wiggins)
“Faith-talk” - Tuesdays at 5:30 pm

Mennonite

There are many Mennonite congregations in Saskatoon:

Forest Grove Community Church

502 Webster Street, Saskatoon
In-person, 10:30 am, Sundays

Mount Royal Mennonite Church

Avenue O and 29th Street, Saskatoon
In-person and livestream, 10 a.m, Sundays

Nutana Park Mennonite Church

1701 Ruth St. E., Saskatoon
In-person, 10 am, Sundays

The Gathering at Broadway (part of Forest Grove Community Church)

102 Goerzen Street, Saskatoon
In-person, 10 am, Sundays

Wildwood Mennonite Church

1502 Acadia Dr, Saskatoon
In-person and Zoom, 10 am, Sundays

Pentecostal

Redeemed Christian Church of God

601 Eastlake Avenue, Saskatoon

1st Sunday Service - 8:00am–9:30am
2nd Sunday Service - 10:00am–11:30am
Youth Sunday Service - noon–1:30pm

Roman Catholic

Catholic Worship services on Campus

St. Thomas More College Chapel (2nd floor STM),
1437 College Drive, Saskatoon

Sunday Mass - 5:00pm
Weekday mass – Tues/Thurs – 11:30am
Divine Liturgy – Wednesday – 11:30am

For other Roman Catholic mass times in Saskatoon, please check this website:

Ukranian Catholic

Dormition of the Mother of God Parish

120 - 105th Street West, Saskatoon
Sunday Liturgy - 9:30 am and 5 pm

Saints Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church

1202 - 11th Street East, Saskatoon
Sunday Liturgy - 9 am and 11 am

Sikh

The Sikh Society of Saskatchewan has service and prayer every Sunday at the Gurdwara 10:30am-1pm followed by food (1pm2pm).

Gurdwara

311 Lowe Road, Saskatoon

Sunni Muslim

Listed below are the names of local mosques in Saskatoon. Students can get the timings of their local mosques by contacting the mosques, or by emailing Hassan Abdulrahman at imamhassanrahman@gmail.com.

Brighton Musalla

Contact Hassan Abdulrahman at imamhassanrahman@gmail.com for more information.

Evergreen Musalla

605 Manek Rd, Saskatoon

Islamic Association of Saskatchewan

222 Copland Crescent, Saskatoon

Jamia Riyadul Jannah

2233 Hanselman Avenue Saskatoon
See the website or email for more information.

Prairie Muslim Association (PMA)

3350 Fairlight Drive, Saskatoon
Contact Imam Ashraful Alam for more information.

Saskatoon Da'wah and Community Center

2220 20th St W, Saskatoon