- Music/Choir Ministry
- Eucharistic Ministry
- Pastoral Care Ministry
- Children’s Liturgy
Communion for the Housebound
Housebound parishioners of Our Lady of Peace who may wish to receive Holy Communion on Sundays can register by calling the parish office at 403-227-3932
A small team from the local community provide spiritual guidance to those who request it. Please call the parish office to book an appointment.
Bible Study – Will restart once covid-19 is over
A Bible Study Group has begun at Our Lady of Peace. It is held in the church hall and will run the second Tuesday of each month at 2:00 PM. EVERYONE is welcome!
If you wish to have Father Liju come by and perform a House Blessing, please contact the parish office and schedule an appointment.
Innisfail Edge Nights
Edge is a Middle School-based Catholic Youth Group that allows young people to experience faith in a fun way, with still learning and deepening their faith through prayer and the sacraments.
For Grades 6-9
Innisfail Edge Youth Group-1st and 3rd Wednesdays-7-8:30pm Grades 6-9!
High School leaders welcome! Leaders meeting every youth group night at 6:30 pm. Youth Group will start this year on October 7th 2020!
Summer Youth Ministry activities during Covid!
Ignite Camp-Online! August 18th to 20th 2020. 5 amazing Sessions with young people 14 yrs and up from across Western Canada, with the potential for the Central Alberta crew to get together in person-outside-for an epic game and praise and worship one of the days as well.
For more information or to register please contact Jeannette at: firstname.lastname@example.org (403) 872-5191
For more faith-based opportunities for High School students and for Central Alberta in general, please visit:
The Catholic Women’s League is a local, diocesan , provincial, and national organization. It has over 150,000 members in Canada and has an influence on the change in government.
Locally we meet once a month. Our focus is approximately 1/3 Spiritual, 1/3 business, and 1/3 social.
We donate to many charities and causes, provide funeral lunches, and are involved in many activities. The CWL was organized in Alberta over 100 years ago and spread across Canada. Its original purpose was to help the priest and the parish and now does that and more. There are approximately 50 members in our Parish.
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic men’s fraternal benefit society that was formed to render financial aid to members and their families.
Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled, and needy members and their families. The social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief, and public relief works.
Our Parish currently has approximately 35 members of the Knight of Columbus and are always looking for more!