10404 - 102 Street, Grande Prairie, AB. T8V 2W3 | 780-532-2351

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

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Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

Dear Parishioners,
Happy Easter! This week is the 5th Sunday of Easter. We invite you to check out the many news items below. We hope that if you were unable to register to attend public mass that you are able to join us for our streamed Liturgy of the Word at 10 AM.

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Glass Door Project Phase 2: Volunteers needed!

We are entering phase 2 of the Archbishops Glass Door Project that we began last year and we need your help. Some of you may remember receiving a phone call or making phone calls about a year ago in phase 1 of this project. We contacted approximately 1000 parishioners but still have many to contact and we need your help. We are all feeling a little more disconnected during these times and we want to connect with as many of our parishioners as possible. Please contact Joanne at the parish office (780-532-2351 or sjc-finance@gpcsd.ca) if you are interested in helping with this Ministry.

Bring Your Food Bank Items:

Fr. Leo English and Captain Peter Kim invite us to bring foodbank items at the church anytime throughout the week or to mass on Sundays. Watch this video as they read from the Gospel of Matthew and share a message calling us all to help the needs of others in Grande Prairie.

The Search

We would like continue to invite you to join us for The Search this Wednesday, May 5th at 7PM on Zoom. This week our session is about the topic "What's Our Story?" We have really been enjoying our time to watch this excellent series together and discuss life's being questions. Join us on Zoom on Wednesday here: The Search Zoom Series or call the parish office to find out more information.

GrACE Weekly Quick Fact

Why does GrACE exist? The gift of publicly funded Catholic education in Alberta is a true blessing. As a community we are called in gratitude, faith and action to ensure that our children and future generations continue to learn and grow in our Catholic schools.

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