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January 28, 2022
  • St Elizabeth Seton SAWC Update: We continue to make progress on our partnership with the Sackville Area Warming Centre (SAWC).  The building has been prepared for their arrival and we are hopeful that we will be serving our guests at St. Elizabeth Seton within the next few weeks. In 2021 the SAWC was open 4 evenings per week from Dec 1st - May 1st and served 21 people over 201 visits. With additional space and volunteers at SES, we are hoping even more people will be able to be served in 2022! To learn more or to become a volunteer please see the SAWC’s Facebook page.

  • Alpha Starts Feb 17th: Last week Fr Yves talked about the fruit of our last Alpha! Spoiler alert! This weekend we will be sharing one of our Alpha team members story!,To see how Alpha has touched others and deepened their relationship with Jesus please watch some of our previous Alpha testimonies here. If you don’t already know, Alpha is for everyone, it’s a chance to ask life's biggest questions and explore the Christian faith in a welcoming, no-pressure environment. Each session includes a short video talk and a discussion where you can share your thoughts and questions with a small group of people. Visit this page on our website for more information and to register.  

  • Growth Groups: Do you desire for everyone in our Parish community to become known, loved and cared for? Do you desire to take part in people becoming mature in Christ? You might be called to be a Growth Group leader!! Come to our Growth Group information session on February 16th, 2022. Discover what a Growth Group is, why we want them to exist and how you can be part of making this happen in our community! To learn more and register visit this page on our website

  • Emergency Shelter Residents: We continue to accept gift cards for any local fast food or grocery store outlet for our Emergency Shelter residents. These can be dropped off in the black box inside the church building just outside the parish office. We are not able to take fresh food or meals at this time. If you are interested in making a financial donation towards the larger Emergency Shelters project click here, or to learn more, visit this webpage

  • 2021 Tax Receipts: Tax receipts for donations made to the parish in 2021 are being prepared and will be available for pickup in the foyer on the weekend of February 12th and 13th. Receipts can also be picked up at the parish office during the week from Tuesday - Friday from 9am to 12 pm. A special note to anyone who made a 2021 donation to the parish via credit card with Canada Helps (on our website): when donations are made to the parish through Canada Helps, a tax receipt is issued right away via email. So please check your email for any donations made that way. If you have any questions about your receipt, please contact the parish office. Thanks to all who contributed to the mission and vision of Holy Trinity Parish in 2021.

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