MASS Attendance increased approx. 50 - Masks mandatory

Pre-registration needed for weekend Masses Sat at 5 pm and Sundays at 9 am & 11 am; email or call 306-543-3838. We can accept walk-ups if we have seats available. IF YOU REQUESTED MASS ATTENDANCE, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER FOR RESPONSE.


Accepting bookings for June Masses with increased attendance limits.  Email
Walk-ups can be taken at the door if we have room.
Holy Eucharist now being distributed on the hand (Details below).

Tuesday, June 29 Mass at 8:30 am for the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul, Apostles.  No 8:30 am Mass on July 1.


Statement from the Archdiocese of Regina regarding the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation Residential School Grave Site Near Kamloops, BC


Live Stream Masses, Archdiocese of Regina, Links at


As Catholic Christians, we want to proclaim, celebrate, and live our faith joyfully. 

May you find our website a helpful introduction to our parish and its various ministries and services.  Please feel free to contact us, especially during this time of isolation and changes in permissible Masses.  Masks mandatory effective Nov. 6, 2020.

Information re: Masses - with the continued restrictions, we are permitted only 30 per Mass.  All requests are acknowledged with confirmation of attendance or other Mass time options.  

***IF YOU ARE EXPECTING AN EMAIL RESPONSE, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER.  We have been sending replies and not getting confirmation, so please check your Spam or Junk Email folder of your Inbox.


Holy Trinity Masses:  IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS of any illness, please stay home.    WEEKDAY MASS attendance - pre-booking not needed. Register at door with phone #. 


ATTENDANCE AT WEEKEND MASSES must be pre-booked by email to no later than Thursday NOON.  Your request will be acknowledged.  Please check your Spam or Junk Email folder.

CHANGES to accommodate controls for public worship.  Pews are marked so that households are sitting 2 metres (6 feet 6 inches) apart.  Seating will be done front to back.  You will be directed to a section by a staff member or volunteer.  Please walk on (not beside) the black line in the aisles.

Whichever aisle you enter will be the same way you go to receive Eucharist, and also to exit the church.  To exit, the back rows will leave first.  Please maintain social distancing during the time you are in the church or parking lot.

Eucharist will be consecrated on the table on the main floor.  Come forward to receive Eucharist as a household, using the aisle you came in. 


When you come forward, you MUST SANITIZE your hands before approaching the table.  For those coming up the centre aisle, sanitizer is on a small table in the aisle.  For those coming up the side aisles, sanitizer is at either end of the first pew.  Allow a few extra seconds to do this before you approach the table.

When you come to the table, leave your mask on and FULLY EXTEND your arms over the table -- with your hands as FLAT as possible.  If your fingers are curled, it increases the chances of Father touching them.  If he does, he will sanitize before the next person comes forward.

After you receive Eucharist, step back or to the side, and slip your mask up or down to consume.

If you are not receiving communion, you may come forward to receive a blessing.  Stand at the black line and cross your arms over your chest.

Communion on the TONGUE IS NOT PERMITTED at this time.

Reconciliation - see under Sacraments tab

Pray with the Church's daily Scriptures

Watch the Daily Mass (National Catholic Broadcasting Council, Toronto)


Glory Be To The Father, And To The Son, And To The Holy Spirit, As It Was In The Beginning, Is Now, And Will Be Forever.  Amen!