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WELCOME

Welcome to St. John's Cathedral. We are a welcoming, diverse, multi-cultural congregation. We strive to bring God's love to the people of Saskatoon by seeing and listening to their needs, feeling with our hearts, and taking action to meet those needs by enacting the collective gifts we have been granted by the Holy Spirit.


This cathedral has stood for over 100 years, on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, on Treaty Six Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. Generations of citizens of our great city have worshipped here.

Join us in this sacred space. Majestic architecture, traditional services and powerful organ and choir music provide unique forms of spiritual nourishment. Our traditional services combine with our forward-thinking mission of service to produce a congregation grounded in tradition, but focussed on inspiration, healing, and reconciliation. Worship with us---help us to build bridges in our community and truly be a Cathedral for the City.


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WELCOME

Welcome to St. John's Cathedral. We are a welcoming, diverse, multi-cultural congregation. We strive to bring God's love to the people of Saskatoon by seeing and listening to their needs, feeling with our hearts, and taking action to meet those needs by enacting the collective gifts we have been granted by the Holy Spirit.


This cathedral has stood for over 100 years, on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, on Treaty Six Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. Generations of citizens of our great city have worshipped here.

Join us in this sacred space. Majestic architecture, traditional services and powerful organ and choir music provide unique forms of spiritual nourishment. Our traditional services combine with our forward-thinking mission of service to produce a congregation grounded in tradition, but focussed on inspiration, healing, and reconciliation. Worship with us---help us to build bridges in our community and truly be a Cathedral for the City.

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St. John’s Cathedral joins in mourning the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

We offer our prayers for the Royal Family and all who mourn the death of Her Majesty.

The National Anglican Church of Canada will be holding a memorial service at St. James Cathedral on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at 3:00pm. The service will be live-streamed at www.anglican.ca.

Read a post from Dean Scott Pittendrigh about Her Late Majesty, including statements from Bishop Christopher Harper of the Diocese of Saskatoon, Primate Linda Nicholls of the Anglican Church of Canada, and Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury.



Important Information on Services during COVID-19

Notice: In-person worship Sundays 10:30 am.

  • Masking is optional and your personal preference.  We ask that we all respect one another’s decision whether to mask or not.

  • Hand sanitizer is available at the back of the church and at the side of the front pews as you go for Holy Communion. 

  • Please do not attend in-person services if you are feeling unwell or have tested positive.

  • We are glad you are here, and want to keep you and everyone around you healthy.



Upcoming Livestreams




Join us for a livestream of the Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost, 25 Sept at 10:30 am.

https://youtu.be/IKXn6PKU89A

Download the Order of Service Bulletin



Worship with Us

Where

816 Spadina Cres E
Saskatoon, SK S7K 3H4

When

Sundays 10:30 am

Limited Capacity with COVID protocols (see above)

Our Mission


We at St. John's are a Christ-centered community.
We strive to be the heart, hands, mouth, ears and feet of Jesus Christ in our parish, the Diocese of Saskatoon, and the contemporary world through Worship, Education and Service

Our Mission


We at St. John's are a Christ-centered community.
We strive to be the heart, hands, mouth, ears and feet of Jesus Christ in our parish, the Diocese of Saskatoon, and the contemporary world through Worship, Education and Service

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Holy Week Services

  • Monday, April 15th and Tuesday April 16th—7pm Holy Eucharist
  • Wednesday, April 17th—12:10pm Holy Eucharist
Maundy Thursday—April 18th
  • 7pm Service of Foot Washing, Holy Eucharist and the Stripping of the Altar
  • 9pm All-night Prayer Vigil Begins
Good Friday—April 19th
  • 9am Prayer Vigil Ends
  • 1pm The Celebration of the Lord's Passion Good Friday Liturgy
Holy Saturday—April 20th
  • 8pm The Great Vigil of Easter
  • Please bring bells to ring to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus
Easter Sunday—April 21st
  • 8am Holy Eucharist
  • 10:30am Holy Eucharist and Baptism with Choir and Sunday School

Contact the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist

Office
816 Spadina Crescent East,

Saskatoon, SK S7K 3H4

Phone: 306-242-5146

E-mail: stjohns@sasktel.net

Office Hours
The Cathedral offices are closed to the public at this time, but phone calls and email are monitored and responded to on a regular basis.


The office is located in the Cathedral Hall, to the West of the Cathedral on the South Side of the Parking Lot
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