Everyone is welcome to attend this inspiring and informative conference to be held in Saskatoon June 6-8, sponsored by the Diocese of Saskatoon Catholic Foundation and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon.
The theme of the 8th Bi-Annual Western Canadian Catholic Stewardship Conference (WCCSC) is “Go Make A Difference!”
Cardinal Thomas Collins of Toronto https://www.archtoronto.org/about-us/bishops/cardinal-collins
Emilie Callan, of Salt+Light Catholic Media Foundation https://saltandlighttv.org/about/rosica.php – one of the Canadian delegates to the recent Synod on Youth held at the Vatican
Bishop Bryan Bayda, CSsR, of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon https://www.skeparchy.org/wordpress/about-us/bishop-bryan-bayda-cssr-eparch/
Tracy Earl Welliver, Catholic author, speaker, consultant, and Gallup-certified Strengths coach with over 25 years experience in parish ministry – https://tracyearlwelliver.com/
The WCCSC is an opportunity for representatives of each diocese and parish community from across the country to come together to share and be inspired to embrace and lead stewardship within the life of our Canadian Catholic Church.
Dioceses and parishes across Canada are encouraged to send clergy, development, communication and stewardship personnel, diocesan and parish administration and pastoral staff and lay leaders to the June 2019 Conference in Saskatoon.
There will be something of interest for everyone. This will be a conference to connect pastors, lay leaders and diocesan and parish staff.
Find out more at: https://wccsc.ca
The goal: to help participants encounter Jesus Christ and inspire them to carry on his mission of making disciples. This is a weekend of encounter and transformation for all members of the church: Bishops and Pastors, PLD’s, parish leadership and laity.
The schedule: The Conference kicks off June 6 with a pre-conference day devoted to Annual Appeals as well as a track exclusively designed for Clergy. The Cathedral of the Holy Family at 123 Nelson Road (corner of Attridge Drive and Forestry Farm Park Drive) will host the opening Mass as well as a “Saskatchewan tasting” reception and Cathedral tours before the conference moves to the Sheraton Cavalier in downtown Saskatoon. Friday and Saturday will include inspiring talks from a growing list of dynamic speakers covering all facets of Stewardship from fund development to communications to the every-day stewardship that should be our very way of life.
To Register, visit the conference website at https://wccsc.ca/ and get in on an Early Bird discount which is open until March 1st, 2019.
Registration, Hotel and General Conference Information and Inquiries: please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (306) 659-5849.