"A parish nurse in every congregation." This is the vision that ICHM-SK is working to fulfill. Saskatchewan’s provincial chapter of InterChurch Health Ministries, ICHM-SK is a registered Canadian charity consisting of congregations and parishes, along with parish nurses, who work together, ecumenically, to promote an understanding of the relationship between faith and health. We offer informational forums, resource materials, support, and consultation. ICHM-SK also assists with the training and recruitment of parish nurses.

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Mission Statement

Fostering healthy communities through Christ’s healing ministry

ICHM-SK is build around a congregational model of faith and health. The physical, mental, and spiritual health of members is a concern for the whole congregation. Although congregations are encouraged to engage a parish nurse who has specialized training, the parish nurse is not isolated in the work. ICHM Partner Congregations form a Health Cabinet and Health Committee, often even before a parish nurse is called.

More about ICHM-SK

We Recognize

that the spiritual component plays an integral role in health and wellbeing through initiating health ministries in congregations.

4 Foundation Stones

  1. Theologically based
  2. Congregationally driven
  3. Mission & ministry focused
  4. Functions within the framework of interchurch partnerships


ICHM-SK is an incorporated, registered Canadian charity (#815364252RR0001).

We Believe

That it is urgent for churches to reclaim their apostolic mandate to preach, teach, and heal.


Partners can do more together than separately, bringing together different strengths, perspectives, and abilities.


ICHM started in Ontario in 1994. The Saskatchewan chapter was formed in 1996. The training sessions began in 2003. The constitution and bylaws were approved in 2010, the same year ICHM-SK attained status as a CRA Registered Charity.


ICHM sees integration as a path to health and wholeness