Hey Eparchy of Saskatoon!
Unity 2014: Faith Forward is only 3 days away and our Saskatchewan group is getting ready to head out to Camrose, Albert for this incredible national event!
We have lots of young adults in our Eparchy who wanted to come to but were unable to because of work or other scheduling conflicts. Please pray for them as well as for all the participants, presenters, and organizers who are going to Unity this year!
Without further ado, here’s our Saskatchewan crew! Click on a pic to read more!
Bishop Bryan Bayda has a thing for scuba and can probably beat you at pool thanks to his days as a physics teacher. At Unity he’ll be presenting a workshop on our relationship with other world religions which promises to be enlightening!
Deborah Larmour poses the Family and Life Minister for our Eparchy, but pretty sure that’s just her cover for her secret identity as a superhero seeing as she is a mother of six. Thanks to her rapidly expanding knowledge of our faith she is offering not one, but two different workshops on Theology of the Body!
Adam Lowe loves fish & chips, trolleys, and drinks a lot of tea. Okay, I have no idea any of that is true, but I do know that he was born in England and now calls Saskatoon home. As a subdeacon he is our “clergy rep” and is coming to Unity with his whole family!
Amanda Lowe is from Albuquerque, NM where – fun fact – Breaking Bad is filmed. Along with Adam and her contagious laugh, she is bringing her two daughters – Grace (4 yrs) and Joyanna (2 yrs) – out to Camrose!
Daniel McCoshen is a computer lover from Yorkton. He spent weeks of his summer out at St. Mike’s camp as a counselor and teen camper. Unity will be his first young adult event and we’re excited to have him!
Alix Zello does nursing in Saskatoon and takes to the stage in her free time as a Fireside Singer. Last summer she attended World Youth Day in Brazil and needed no extra persuasion to come to Unity this summer!
Tyler Woloshyn is doing university in Regina right now. He’s passionate out our church and is currently exploring it further through Lay Formation. Happy to have him coming to Unity because he’s got mad photography skills!
Sophia Nahachewsky has lived at 10 different addresses in the last 7 years, but calls Saskatoon “home” for another 2 weeks. I’ve had a fantastic summer as Youth Minister and can’t wait to see everyone at Unity!
Also, if you haven’t seen this video yet it captures the spirit of Unity as only a Frozen cover could!