Churches

  • Grace Fellowship Church

    On Sunday mornings, we  gather at the Galaxy Theatre on the corner of 2nd Ave. and 20th St. in downtown Saskatoon.  There is plenty of free parking on the street in front of the Galaxy.  Our gatherings start at 10:15 AM and last until noon.

  • Knox United Church

    As an historic downtown Church, we are rooted deep in Saskatoon and celebrate the diversity of our membership. We are challenged by our special location to address the concerns of the Inner City in fellowship with churches of other denominations around us.

  • St. John’s Anglican

    St. John’s Cathedral was begun, as a parish church, in 1912. A Cathedral Chruch, a downtown church, a neighbourhood church, a destination church. Tours of the Cathedral and Columbarium are offered during the summer months by contacting the church office.

  • St. Paul Catholic Cathedral

    St. Paul’s, the original diocesan Cathedral in downtown Saskatoon, has served us well. Originally built in 1910, it was designated the diocesan cathedral when the Diocese of Saskatoon was established in 1933. Eventually, however, St. Paul’s did not have the seating capacity to serve the growing diocesan Catholic community as Read more [...]