Let's Celebrate Rev. Paul's Retirement!

Let’s Celebrate Rev. Paul’s Retirement!

Saturday June 23, 2018

Grace United Church Hall

There will be a Come & Go Tea in the afternoon from 2:00-4:00 p.m. with a program at 3:00.  Everyone is welcome!

 A Banquet will be held in the evening.  Tickets are $25.00 each or $200.00 for a table of 8.  Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Dinner at 6:00 p.m.  Tickets are available at the office or Karen Ollen 780-871-8191.

Safe Food Handling Course Information

In November 2014, there were a number of Grace United Church people (Fair Booth workers & UCW members) who took the Safe Food Handling Course at Lakeland College.  This certificate is good until November 2019.

The Fair Booth Committee will book a trainer for a Safe Food Handling Course to be held at the Church sometime in June 2019, just in time for the Fair Booth season next year

Details and cost to follow.   This course will be open to anyone & everyone in the Grace United Church family.  Hopefully, we can have 20+ people sign up, for considerable savings in the cost of the course.

If you wish to have your name put on the list, please contact Deb Lundquist at 780-871-1652 or by email deb.lundquist@shaw.ca

Job Posting: Minister

We are seeking a candidate with the skillset traditionally found within ordered ministry. The successful candidate will demonstrate their competency in the desired skills listed in this Joint Needs Assessment Committee report.

The successful candidate will have had a minimum of three years paid‐accountable ministry experience following their ordination, commissioning or recognition.

View the Grace United Church's Joint Needs Assessment Report here

Messy Church

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Come join us for a fun family evening! Supper is provided!

When: Monday April 16
doors open at 5:30 supper at 5:45
Where: Grace United Church Hall

This is open to all families. There will be crafts and activities for children and adults. Please call the church to RSVP 780-875-8959

The Blanket Exercise

The Blanket Exercise

The "Kairos Blanket Exercise" is an experiential depiction of the effect of colonization on Indigenous peoples in Canada.  As part of the Aboriginal Storytelling month a free "Blanket Exercise" will be hosted by Lloydminster Public School Division students:

February 13th from 6:30-8:00 pm at Grace United Church

Refreshments and discussion to follow.  Please register in advance by email to:  denae.bruce@lpsd.ca  Please let Caroline or Paul know if you are interested!