Community organizations addressing life issues:
Saskatoon Pregnancy Options Centre
The Saskatoon Pregnancy Options Centre is committed to providing generous support, education and acceptance to women and their families who are experiencing unplanned pregnancy, by striving to meet their emotional, spiritual and physical needs. Contact Cathy LaFleche at (306) 665-7550 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at: www.saskatoonpregnancy.com
Rachel’s Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion. Weekend retreats offer you a supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment where women and men can express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal and healing. Rachel’s Vineyard can help you find your inner voice. It can help you experience God’s love and compassion on a profound level. It creates a place where men and women can share, often for the first time, their deepest feelings about abortion. You are allowed to dismantle troubling secrets in an environment of emotional and spiritual safety. Rachel’s Vineyard is therapy for the soul. Participants, who have been trapped in anger toward themselves or others, experience forgiveness. Peace is found. Lives are restored. A sense of hope and meaning for the future is finally re-discovered. Find out more about this important healing ministry at: http://www.rachelsvineyard.org or for confidential information contact Elaine at (306) 480-8911 or e-mail: email@example.com
Pro-Life & Alliance for Life Saskatoon, Inc.
Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org, St. Joseph’s Rectory, 535 – 8th Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 0P9 Ph: 642-2464, or Hugh Brennan, Ph: 306-975-0551
(If no one is available, please leave a message.) The office is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Alliance for Life Saskatoon is a local pro-life educational resource centre, focusing on abortion and euthanasia. We provide videos, books, pamphlets and other resources free of charge to anyone in the community wishing to educate themselves or others on these issues.
Fountain of Hope
Fountain of Hope is a non-profit volunteer group that provides speakers with a pro-life message about pregnancy — the primary audience is high school and university students. Contact: Shawna Arnold at (306) 649-4430. Website: www.fountainofhopeonline.org
Fountain of Hope offers both education and support. The women of Fountain of Hope represent all backgrounds concerning pregnancy. Women needing encouragement during pregnancy or healing after an abortion decision are encouraged to reach out to the speakers. Fountain of Hope offers a safe place to share, free of judgement and full of grace and support.
Campaign Life Coalition Saskatchewan, Inc.
Campaign Life is a political action pro-life organization working at all levels of government to secure full legal protection for all innocent human life, including the handicapped, the aged, and the unborn child. Contact: Phone (306) 249-2764; E-Mail email@example.com
Carlton Trail Pro-Life
Contact: David Millette – firstname.lastname@example.org
Saskatchewan Pro-Life Association
The aim of the Saskatchewan Pro-Life Association is to promote respect for all human life from the moment of conception to natural death, through education and political lobbying. Alliance for Life Saskatoon, Inc. and Saskatchewan Youth for Life are the local affiliates of the Saskatchewan Pro-Life Association. https://www.saskprolife.com
Saskatoon Pro-Life, Inc.
Contact: Marcel D’Eon (President), 2517 York Avenue South, Saskatoon, SK S7J 1J6 343-9252.
Serena Living in Harmony with Your Fertility
Contact: Annette Bentler, c/o Box 7375 Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J3
Ph: 934-8223 or 1-800-667-1637 website: www.serena.ca
Serena provides accurate information and complete instruction in Fertility Awareness and Natural Family Planning. They Sympto-thermal test as taught by Serena is extremely effective as a method of pregnancy prevention, yet free of side-effects commonly associated with contraceptive methods. Fertility Awareness is equally effective when used by couples wishing to onceive or by those experiencing difficulty conceiving, as a means to pinpoint the optimal fertile time for conception.
For more information, contact the Serena office at 934-8223 or if out of the Saskatooon telephone area, phone 1-800-667-1637.
NFP Saskatchewan – Natural Family Planning
The Natural Family Planning Association (Saskatchewan) is an non-profit organization whose purpose is to teach the Billings Ovulation Method of natural family planning.
The Billings Ovulation Method was developed by Drs. John and Evelyn Billings, and is used by millions of women around the world. It is based on awareness of the woman`s natural signs of fertility and infertility, unmodified by any chemical, mechanical, or other artificial means.The Billings Ovulation Method has been validated by eminent international scientists and verified as extremely effective by the World Health Organization.
The Method takes advantage of the biological fact that women are infertile more often than fertile throughout their reproductive years. When a woman learns the Billings Ovulation Method, she learns to recognize the fertile and infertile phases within her menstrual cycle. This knowledge can be used to become pregnant, avoid pregnancy, and to safeguard reproductive health.Scientific studies indicate that with proper instruction and motivation, the Billings Ovulation Method in actual practice is 99.64% effective.
For more information contact: NFP Saskatchewan, Box 3807, Humboldt, SK. S0K 2A0, (306) 682-7771, email@example.com or see: www.nfpsask.ca