In response to the most recent updates to provincial restrictions, and in keeping with our committment to an abundance of caution, all in-person activities at the parish are suspended. Please note the following details:
Diocesan policy and provincial order details can be found following the links below. If you have any questions or concerns about our procedures, please reach out to the Vicar directly.
We hope to resume in-person worship and activites as soon as it is safe to do so. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please keep in your prayers all those who lead and serve the communities in which we live, that they may be strengthened by the wisdom of the Spirit to persevere; and that we may all embrace a higher calling to support and protect our fellow human beings in whatever way we can.
"AFC is delighted to have the capacity to provide you with this grant, which is made possible by the many individual,
parish, and diocesan donors across the country."
Many thanks to the Foundation and the many donors for their generous support. We are now able to complete necessary repaies and upgrades to our building. Click here to learn more about this organization, and how you can help others.
As an active small parish, the parish office is the centre for information, communication, and scheduling for volunteers, outside user groups, and several large annual events. As the first face for visitors during the week, the Parish Administrator is responsible for maintaining a welcoming environment for visitors, an efficient office environment for the work of volunteers and staff, and oversee management of parish operations.
$20/hr to start
Contact the office for a detailed job description.
"Has an enthusiastic inspiring priest and friendly hardworking parishioners who welcome you."
"The service was wonderful. I really enjoyed the sermon. It was filled with hope and encouragement. We are so fortunate to be part of this loving supportive church family."
"I heard very positive comments from one of the church's neighbours about the bells. Keep them ringing!"