History

(A snapshot in time)

213 Second Street East, Saskatoon

Since 2005, we have made our home in the community of Buena Vista on Treaty 6 land. Our social activism grows with our faith. In 2015 we began to educate ourselves on Reconciliation and continue on this path inviting others into the process with us. May we be good neighbours to one another, good stewards to our planet, and good ancestors to all of our children. We are presently engaged in the Green Sanctuary program, which will see us involved in environmental initiatives in the larger community, in our church building and in our programs. We are interdependent, we are a part of the web of life and we strive to be a positive influence in the world.

912 Idylwyld Drive Saskatoon

502 Main St Saskatoon

From private homes (1956) to rented spaces people of like minds came together to form the first Unitarian Fellowship in Saskatchewan. We became much more visible to the community from 1964 -1995 when we called Main Street home. Our congregants have always been social activists, whether working for reform relating to women’s bodies, environmental issues, or declaring our building a nuclear free zone. The building on Main became a centre for local social activist groups of the time, along with a daycare, a gathering place for local youth, dance classes, yoga, etc. We outgrew this charming space in the mid 90’s and rented for a few years until purchasing on Idylwyld in 1998.