About the St. Agnes Program :
- Mass is the focal point of our faith – celebrating the Eucharist on the day of Resurrection, receiving Jesus is what we do because we are a Christ centered community.
- You are the best mentors and teachers of your children first and foremost – it is by your example they will develop a faith filled life.
- Mass attendance is in love and thanksgiving to everlasting, forgiving and adoring God.
Youth Masses >
- Usually held the last Sunday of the month. Children in Preschool – Year 5 will go directly from class to the church to celebrate the 10:30am Mass with their catechist and classmates.
- Youth in Year 6, 7, 8 & 9 will come to the 10:30am Mass and sit in their reserved pews with catechists and classmates.
- The Junior High Youth will take part in the Youth Masses covering various Ministries
All Ages Ceilidhs >
- These are Scottish / Cape Breton type Kitchen Parties for all ages. They are from 6:00pm-10:00pm, a canteen is open, and tickets are purchased at the door.
- All Proceeds go towards supporting scholarships for Youth with musical interests.
- Cassie Anne & Maggie Jane MacDonald, well known fiddlers, step dancers and Gaelic singers are generally in attendance to provide great music for the evening
Friday Fun Nights >
- Held the last Friday of each Month – October to May – from 6:30pm – 8:00pm
- For children and friends in Preschool to Year 5
- An evening of faith filled fun and friendship – with theme nights based on the Liturgical calendar
- Junior High Youth are encouraged to attend to help with games, crafts and snack time
- Re Registration Forms for the 2012 2013 Religious Education Program are available on line by clicking this link: Registration Forms in PDF
- New Family Registration Forms for the 2012 2013 Religious Education Program are available on line by clicking this link: Registration Forms in PDF