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Vigil-March 21-New Zealand Mosque Shooting-City Hall

The multi-faith community extended support to the Muslim community by participating in the Vigil held on March 21st at the City Hall. Here are some of the pictures of the event.IMG_0074IMG_0078IMG_0077


News Letter-Issue 1 No.1



Please Refer to the newsletter from Moses Kanhai (President-MultiFaith Saskatchewan)

Newsletter Issue 1 No. 1

Jewish/Muslim/Christian Youth Peace Camp- Interfaith Documentary


A documentary on London Interfaith Peace Camp , a unique summer camp attended by Jewish, Muslim and Christian kids

Ramadan Mubarak

Dear Muslim Sisters and Brothers,

During this time of observing the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, I am honored to extend greetings to the Saskatchewan Muslim community on behalf of Multi-Faith Saskatchewan.

Our community is enriched by the presence of many world religions, faiths and beliefs. But more than their presence, faith groups such as the Muslim community contribute significantly to building a strong society.

Holy Days such as Ramadan are vital to the spiritual growth of Muslims as a time to engage in prayer and spiritual reflection, self-discipline and sacrifice.

It is our hope that this holy month allows you to enjoy time with family and community, and to extend hospitality, to reach out to others in need and to devote time to worship and prayer to the Creator.

Blessings and peace,

Moses Kanhai


Multi-Faith Saskatchewan


Highlights of May 31 Board Meeting

A meeting of the MFS Board scheduled for May 22 in Davidson, had to be postponed due to insufficient attendance. The meeting was rescheduled for May 31 by Skype. The following are some highlights of the meeting:

  • A follow-up Report has been prepared for submission to SaskCulture as a requirement for funding MFS received for NAIN Connect 2015 and ongoing activities.
  • A Report is being prepared for Corporate Registry before MFS can change signing authorities at the bank.
  • NAIN 2016, July 10 -13, ,will be held in Guadalaraja, Mexico. The Board supports the idea of someone from Saskatchewan attending but will need to find ways to provide financial assistance.
  • Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan will hold its AGM June 11,  in Saskatoon. MFS will send a delegate.
  • SaskCulture will hold its AGM June 17, in Regina and MFS will be represented.
  • MFS is participating in regular meetings of Canadian Multi-Faith Federation, a network of inter-faith organizations in various provinces. The CMF is actively promoting Spiritual and Religious Care Awareness Week (SRCAW) October 17 to 13, 2016.
  • MFS has started conversations with the Saskatchewan Chapter of the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care (CASC), a national organization devoted to chaplaincy and spiritual care work in health care, corrections and defence contexts.
  • Luther College, University of Regina, has invited MFS to talk about a possible partnership.
  • The Youth Visual Arts Projection April 23  was a huge success and included a theme speaker on care of the earth and a display of art work and presentations of awards to winning students. There were 47 entries and the judges selected 17.
  • Displays of art are planned for Yorkton, Estevan and Moose Jaw.
  • MFS has been approached to sponsor a speech contest on multi-faith themes among high schools.
  • MFS may join conversations being led by Bishop Don Bolen of Saskatoon to develop a letter to the minister of Health around assisted dying or suicide, and another of the number of hospice beds.
  • The Board is considering an extended meeting to discuss plans for the next year.
  • The Board supports the idea of reaching out to more individuals and orgaizations to become members.