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.
Bring your passion, your needs, your talents and yourself to your St. John's and make it stronger.
Walk with us and help bring God's love to the people of this great City. Help us to listen, see, and feel the needs of others. Help us take action in response to those needs.
We bring glory to God by invoking the gifts we are given by the Holy Spirit. Let us use our gifts as we Worship, Learn, and Serve together.
A Cathedral for the City
By following our mission, we are committed to being A Cathedral for the City. By hosting events for the broader community to express their spirituality, and building partnerships with other organizations, we work together to support and build the social fabric of our city.
We host vigils for the public during times of tragedy, hoping to respond to the community's spiritual need and to bring people together to share God's love. We host joyful gatherings in times of celebration, such as National Aboriginal Day or our Lessons and Carols for the City, striving to build cultural and social bridges to strengthen our community, while providing spiritual nourishment to those who seek it.
Loving God. Loving People.
Our staff are composed of clergy, honourary clergy, employees, and congregational volunteer Churchwardens and Vestry. As the Cathedral for the Diocese of Saskatoon, we also show the Bishop and Archdeacon. Please see the diocesan website for more information about the Anglican Diocese of Saskatoon.
Diocese of Saskatoon
Right Rev Dr. David Irving
Venerable Ken Watts
The Cathedral Chapter
Very Rev Scott Pittendrigh
Musical Director and Choral Conductor
Columbarium Executive Director
Sunday School & Youth Coordinator
Financial Gifts Secretary
Vestry Recording Secretary
The Right Reverend Rodney Andrews , 11th Bishop of Saskatoon (Retired)
The Reverend Canon Dr. Colin Clay, Honourary Assistant
The Venerable Dr. Henry Comerford, Honourary Assistant
The Reverend Paula Foster, Honourary Assistant
The Reverend Canon Dr. Howard Green, Honourary Assistant
The Right Reverend Thomas Morgan, 10th Bishop of Saskatoon (Retired)
The Reverend Dr. Reginald Wikett, Honourary Assistant
The Reverend Dr. Jessica Latshaw, Honourary Assistant
The Reverend Victoria Luke, Honourary Assistant
Want to worship with us?
Our diverse, multicultural congregation is known for its warmth and welcoming spirit.
We offer three weekly services:
- 8:00 am Sunday Quiet and Contemplative Spoken Eucharist
- 10:30 am Sunday Family-oriented sung Eucharist with Sunday School
- 12:10 pm Wednesday for a spiritual break in the workweek. Bring a bag lunch for fellowship afterwards!