Churches

Good Shepherd Church

Good Shepherd Community Church is a member of The Evangelical Free Church of Canada. We meet every Sunday morning at 10:30 in our building located at 113 Broad Street –across the Street from Ag Foods. We celebrate Communion on the firstSunday of every month and have a family potluck after our service on the fourth Sunday of the month. In addition, we have a service at the Cut Knife Special Care Home on the fourth Sunday every month.

In addition to our services on Sunday, we have a Life Group (Bible Study & Prayer) on Wednesday nights at 7 p.m.  They run from October to early April.  Please phone Pastor Scott Crawford at 306-398-4994 if you want any further information.

Please join us on Sunday morning – you will be warmly welcomed.

Roman Catholic Church

Parish Pastoral Council. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church

Parish Pastoral Council Members: Len Dupuis (chair), Elsie Sawatzky (secretary), Dennis Fabris, Rene Feser, Dawn Carlton, Gisele Brackenbury (financial secretary).
Mass times: Sunday 10:30a.m Monday, Thursday, Friday 7:00p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday 8:00a.m.

United Church

Cut Knife United Church is located at 401 Battle Avenue in Cut Knife, Saskatchewan. They hold regular Sunday worship services on Sunday mornings at either 9:30 A.M or 11:30 A.M. They share a minister with Wilkie United Church so their service time alternates between 9:30 and 11:30 each year. Cut Knife United Church is associated with the United Church of Canada and they are part of Prairie Pine Presbytery and Saskatchewan Conference. The congregation supports the Mission & Service Fund of the United Church of Canada which is a unified fund that partners with organizations in many different countries to provide funding abroad as well as helping to fund projects both locally and across Canada.

The congregation ministers to the community by providing emergency food and trying to meet other local needs as they arise. They hold regular soup and sandwich lunches throughout the year which provides an opportunity for people to get together in an ecumenical setting. Cut Knife United Church takes part in ecumenical events such as World Day of Prayer services and Lenten lunches.

The congregation of Cut Knife United Church is a very welcoming congregation and they extend an invitation to anyone who would like to join them for Sunday worship as well as other events that take place throughout the year.