A generous thank you to St. Albert Dairy Queen for donating lunch today for our Soul Sportz campers!
Thank you to Costco, Safeway – Gateway Village, Save On Foods (north location) and Superstore for their generous donation of gift cards to purchase snacks for our summer day camp, Soul Sportz!
Jasmine & The Team are BACK
GREAT SUMMER ADVENTURES!
Soul Sportz 2016
Only $70/week per child
July 11th – August 19
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
165 Liberton Drive,
St. Albert, AB, T8N6A7
Soul Sportz is a Bible based Summer Day Camp
Games, Crafts, Field Trips, Music and more.
Come in & Register Today!
Capital Region Housing Authority, City of Edmonton, Yardi Canada Ltd, and Alberta Residential Landlord Association (ARLA) have answered the call to help the people displaced by the wildfires around Fort McMurray. Evacuees and the public can search for available rental units and to connect with landlords who can give them piece of mind while Fort McMurray gets rebuilt, at the following website:
Evacuees can also call the dedicated hotline 7 days a week from 6 AM to 11 PM. The toll-free number is 310-4455 in Alberta or 1-844-406-3276 outside Alberta.
SUMMER DAY CAMP COUNSELORS
The St. Albert Salvation Army is looking for 2 enthusiastic individuals who are interested in being a part of our Soul Sportz leadership team. Soul Sportz is a Bible based summer day camp that will run weekly from July 11 to August 19, 2016. Each week is a new adventure – crafts, games and interactive learning. We are looking for CAMP COUNSELORS (2) for 7 weeks starting July 4, 2016. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age and returning to High School or a Post- Secondary Institution in the fall of 2016.
If you have experience working with children ages 5-12 and are interested in this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume to:
St. Albert Salvation Army
165 Liberton Drive
St. Albert, AB T8N 6A7
No phone calls please.
We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Closing date for resumes: May 20, 2016
There will be a prayer time for those affected by the fires in and around Fort McMurray.
Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 10:00 AM.
The Salvation Army Church at
165 Liberton Dr., St. Albert, AB.
If you can’t make it, send us your prayer (or post it here) and we will read it out to God.
To donate please call 1-800-SAL-ARMY
To donate online, please go here. Be sure to specify Fort McMurray, AB.
“The Asante Children’s Choir is coming to the St. Albert Salvation Army Church & Community Centre on Wednesday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m.!! Who are these young performers? They are Christian children from Uganda who love the Lord with all their hearts and want to bless you through song and dance. They will delight and inspire you! The tour schedule is posted at www.asantecanada.ca .”
This week’s Inspirational Message: “Mother’s Little Helper” based on John 14:15-27.
The Bible teaches us that we don’t need to be running for the shelter of a mothers little helper like the Stones described in their song… we can rely on God’s Big Helper — the Holy Spirit… who will teach [us] all things and will remind [us] of everything [Jesus taught] and who will guide [us] into all the truth.
Inspirational Message for Sunday, May 1, 2016
The Salvation Army
165 Liberton Dr.
St. Albert, AB
There are some sounds that we do not hear very often. We are very familiar with all the sounds that go with modern life—automobiles and buses, trains and trucks, sirens and whistles galore. Throughout the day we hear kids playing and music blaring, cash registers ringing and horns honking planes roaring overhead. But you will hardly ever hear a rooster crowing.
The Apostle Peter heard the rooster crow and when he did, he went out and wept bitterly because of what he’d done.
7:00 PM Friday, April 29, 2016
Featuring: Amish Grace
When a gunman killed five Amish children and injured five others in a Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania schoolhouse shooting in October of 2006, the world media attention rapidly turned from the tragic events to the extraordinary forgiveness demonstrated by the Amish community. Through the eyes of a grieving mother, Ida Graber, and other devastated families, this movie explores the Amish’s astonishing reaction to the horrific shootings – of forgiveness and compassion.