Once a year is not enough! Join us for a toe-tappin’ good time at Cowboy Church on Sunday, November 5.
Our church is featured in the October, 2016 issue of The Messenger, the newspaper of the dioceses of Athabasca and Edmonton.
St. Saviour Mission celebrated the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and the environment with a Blessing of the Animals Service on October 2.
More than 70 people took part in Cowboy Church, offered by the Mission of St. Saviour at Wabamun’s Jubilee Hall, Sunday, June 26, 2016.
The Mission of St. Saviour in Wabamun celebrated “Summer Saints” with food and fun on Sunday, August 2,2015 . At sermon time, we moved to tables to learn about our chosen saint. We read an article and were asked to
In blue “Team Jesus” t-shirts, members of the Mission of St. Saviour were a visible and involved presence at the Dragonfly Festival in Wabamun, from June 19-21.
Folks from The Mission of St. Saviour have been busy once again. Family and friends cleaned a 3.6 km stretch of the highway just north of Wabamun on Saturday, June 13.
To market, to market. At the 52nd Street Market in Wabamun, we met and chatted with many of the shoppers, shared an enjoyable time together, and had the bonus of making some money.
Our Children’s Fun and Craft Service, held Sunday, February 15, was great fun for children and adults alike! We shared refreshments after the service and took home many colourful crafts.
St. Saviour Mission celebrated Christmas Eve with a children’s pageant. The Christmas story was performed by members of the congregation playing Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus, shepherds, angels and three wisemen.