- 14 June (Fri) – Community Dinner
Join us this Friday 14 June, starting at 4:30PM and finishing at 6:00PM for a grilled dinner (hamburgers, hot dogs, onions).
Note: Menu To Be Finalised!
- Friday, May 10 – Chicken Parmesan (Community Dinner)
This Friday, May 10th (4:30 – 6:30 PM) join us for:
- Chicken Parmesan and Linguine
- Tossed Salad
- Choice of Tiramisu or Neapolitan Ice Cream
All are welcome to join us – take out is available but we ask you to bring your own container(s).
Here is the calendar link.
- Fri 12 April – Community Dinner
Join us for our monthly community dinner, 4:30-6:00 PM this Friday for Irish Stew, vegetables followed by apple pie and custard.
Take away is available but please bring own containers.
- 8 Mar @ 4:30 Grace Community Dinner
We will be enjoying our monthly community dinner this Friday from 4:30-6:00pm with:
- Pancakes, sausages, bacon and fruit salad for mains;
- Angel cake, strawberries and whipped toppings for dessert; and
- Lemonade, coffee and other cold drinks available.
Take out is available but please bring your own containers.
- 6 Mar @ 6:30 PM – Ash Wednesday
Join us for our Ash Wednesday service, 6:30 PM on Wednesday 6th of March.
- Click here to open the event link in a new window.
- 11 Feb 7PM – Goldenaires Church Concert
- 8 Feb – Grace Community Dinner
4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Join us this Friday for our monthly community dinner – we’ll be serving lasagna with tossed salad followed by desserts. Coffee, tea, iced-tea and lemonade will be available.
Take out is available but please bring your own container.
- 7 Feb – Grace House – Open Day – 3-5 PM
An open day will be held on Thursday, 7 February from 3:00 to 5:00 PM; tours, light refreshments and information will be available.
- 9 Feb – Parish Leadership Conference (Malone)
Finding Common Ground on Holy Ground – 8:30-4:30 PM
Is it possible to have meaningful conversations even if people have vastly differing opinions? Can we disagree, but still love one another? The answer to both of these questions is “yes.”
At the 2019 Parish Leadership Conferences for the Diocese of Albany you will learn how to set agreed upon guidelines that help to create an environment where your parish can have meaningful and productive conversations, even those that are potentially difficult. We will look to show how we can find common ground through our love of God and use that to show love to one another, even when we disagree.
After a presentation on this model of conversation, Bishop William Love will offer two teachings on the Great Commandment. First he will discuss what it means to Love God with all of your heart, soul and mind. Then he’ll discuss what it means to love your neighbor as yourself. After each teaching, there will be a time for discussion and an opportunity to use the conversation model presented in the morning. The discussion portion of the afternoon will conclude with an opportunity for parish leaders to discuss difficult issues they are facing in their church and network with others on potential solutions, specifically how to use the conversation model outlined in the teaching back home.
The entire program takes place in the context of the Eucharist.
There is no charge to attend. All parish leaders, both clergy and lay persons are encouraged to attend. Registration begins at 8:30 am and the afternoon will conclude by 4:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided.
Link to the Diocesan Event Calendar (opens in new browser/tab); text quoted from Diocesan E-mail sent on Sunday 7, 2019.
- [21 Jan – Weather Cancellation] CR is Cancelled for Safety
For everyone’s safety, we will not be holding our weekly CR meeting; some online CR resources can be found here.