Anglican Women


Photo courtesy of Ken Tickner

Lutheran Anglican Women’s Retreat

  On October 12 +13, 2018, 45 Lutheran and Anglican women held a women’s retreat at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Saskatoon, under the theme “Walking Our Faith”. The facilitator was the Reverend Jessica Latshaw of Saskatoon.

  On Friday evening the participants were invited to meet together to socialize and hear an overview of what they would be doing Saturday at the retreat, and also they participated in a brief worship service.

  The Saturday retreat was a time of renewed friendships as we went “walking our faith”

to 5 different stations in fellowship, singing, learning and fun. There was food for the body in refreshment breaks and a delicious noon meal; Food for the mind through scripture reading and meditation; Food for the spirit in the Communion service that concluded the retreat.

  This is the second time the Lutheran women and the Anglican women have met together in a women’s gathering. There is a Lutheran Anglican Women’s Retreat Committee set up that planned this retreat and will be planning one for next fall.-------Lorraine Harilstad


2018/04/15 Anglican Diocese of Saskatoon Women's Trust Fund


2017/05/18 Anglican Women's Spring Conference


Photograph by Ken Tickner at the spring conference held at St. Stephen's church.  Thank you, Jan for submitting this photo.


2017/04/19 Booklet for Spring Conference


2017/04/28 Anglican Women's Spring Conference & AGM




2016/04/15&16 Spring Conference and AGM


You are invited to ‘do up’ a sock for a needy man or woman. Start with a pair of socks. Fill one of the socks with any of the following suggested items plus the second sock, and bring it with you to the Spring Conference:

Toiletries: soap bar in container; travel-size shampoo, deodorant; hand lotion; kleenex; bandaids; toothpaste and brush; shaving cream; brush and comb; non-disposable razor; nail clipper.

Miscellaneous: small flashlight; notepad; underpants; packages of hot chocolate or cup of soup mix.

You are invited to add a hand-written card with a special message from you. What to say? Try: “Thinking of you”, “my prayer goes with you”, “may you find peace and love in your life”, “God’s blessing on you”, “you are loved”.

Please identify your sock for a man or woman.

Click here for registration form

Click here for the March Newsletter


2015/09/19 Gratitude: A Way of Being

The Anglican Women's Retreat - Gratitude: A Way of Being - was held at Queen's House of Retreats, September 18-20, 2015.  At the Saturday night Evening Prayer service the women who attended the retreat made an offering of gifts for the Hospital Ministry - baby blankets, prayer shawls and other useful items like scarfs for cancer patients.  

Photo credit: Bev Otsuka (both photos)

Our theme speaker The Rev. Dr. Jessica Latshaw thanked the women for the gifts and expressed her appreciation for their support.


2015/09/13 Anglican Women Sunday


Sunday, September 13th has been declared Anglican Church Women Sunday for our Diocese. A first!  The Bishop said in part of his letter sent out earlier this month to Incumbents,

Wardens and Contacts:

"The ministry of the 
ACW is not something for the past. Women today play a big part in our churches and we want to thank them and honour them. Remember that ACW is for all Anglican women faithfully serving our communities.”

Let's do our part to support other Anglican women and give thanks for God's inspiration and guidance to women in the past and in the present. If asked to take a part in the service, let's be willing to do the job. That Sunday is a special time to recall and celebrate the ministries and contributions we have the opportunity to do which make a difference in our communities.

Sun., September 13, is the day to gather with our Anglican sisters to honour women who serve Christ with their lives, being The Bread of Christ for others.

Elta Fae Marlor, President 

Click here to see Bishop David's letter to the churches.


Book of Remembrance

The following names have been added to the Book of Remembrance.  The book is on display at the back of St. John's Cathedral.