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How you can help

Can you help?
Can you help with grocery pick up and delivery? Call us or e-mail: 780-466-0916; connections.grace@shaw.ca

Daily prayer vigil: At 11:11 am/pm, 3:00 am/pm, 7:00 am/pm, or another time that is meaningful to you, pause. Join your Grace family wherever you are, and say “Surely God is in this place. Help me notice!” Follow with your prayers for loved ones and the world.

Look for our Grace United Church Facebook Group! Join to offer encouragement to your faith family.
Join the growing list of callers in our “phone tree.”
Call 780-466-0916; Email connections.grace@shaw.ca

Your congregation plays a key role in spiritual, social, mental, emotional, and physical health.

This is going to be a challenging time as we all work hard to keep everyone connected in these physically isolating times. Although the church building is closed, we are still paying for staff and utilities, while user group and fundraiser income is at a temporary standstill.

In the absence of weekly in-person worship, please consider making your offering through post-dated cheques mailed to or dropped off the church, or through
the “DONATE NOW” button at https://graceunitededmonton.ca/.

Alternatively, you can sign up for PAR, fill in the form attached to the March 20 Grace Notes or ask the church for more info. If you are an existing PAR user, you can increase your monthly offering by emailing your request to grace.united@shaw.ca.

For health reasons, it is difficult to collect items for Bissell Centre. We can still support them financially. Make a cheque out to Grace, or use the “Donate Now” button on our website. Include the note: “Special
Appeal – Bissell Centre.”

For health reasons, it is difficult to collect items for the Food Bank. We can support them financially.
Make a cheque out to Grace, or use the “Donate Now” button on our website. Include the note: “Special
Appeal – Food Bank.”

If you are healthy, consider donating blood. Canadian Blood Services has recently shared that appointments are being cancelled, but the need for blood is always there. https://www.blood.ca/en

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