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"Supporting SKMB Churches and Camps in making disciples."

Pastor Clusters

Our five Pastor Clusters gather together regularly throughout the year. Four clusters are arranged by zone: north, south, east & Saskatoon, plus youth pastors from throughout the province have also formed their own cluster.  Participation is open to SKMB pastors, youth workers and Bible Camp Directors. The focus of our clusters is to provide a safe and open opportunity for leaders to share their concerns, passions, and experience in areas of ministry with a view to mutually empowering and discipling one another toward effective and fulfilling ministry.

If you would like more information, please contact a cluster leader below.

NORTH Cluster

EAST Cluster

SOUTH Cluster

SASKATOON Cluster

YOUTH Cluster

And here’s the plan for 2017… SKMB Clusters 2017

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Supporting SKMB Churches and Camps in making disciples.

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Significant Conversations

One of the major impacts of COVID19 is the government’s restrictions pertaining to physical distancing and large gatherings. This has resulted in the need for leaders to find creative ways to provide care and accountability to those under their oversight. Whether you do this through Zoom, emails, Facetime, Skype, texts, or phone calls there is still the opportunity to make these connections substantive and meaningful. Two ways to continue to foster healthy and maturing disciples during this time of non face-to-face encounters is by using significant and thought- provoking questions as you connect with people, as well as by offering helpful resources to empower them to take initiative in their journey toward spiritual growth and maturity. Good questions and good resources, offered with great attention, grace, and compassion, can lead to good outcomes.