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Telegraph Creek Project

Hello, good people!

We would like to invite you to participate in a beautiful initiative.

For the past six years, Denise Grimard, a CGS catechist, and her husband Joshua have worked as lay pastoral administrators in Telegraph Creek and Dease Lake, remote communities in northern BC.  They serve mainly the Tahltan First Nations. In the summer of 2018 while they were away in southern BC giving birth to their sixth child, the church and rectory at Telegraph Creek burned to the ground, destroying the atrium and all its materials.  A letter from Denise, which you may find here, speaks about their life and family in more detail.

Denise would like to re-open her atrium in the new year. This Christmas, we are inviting CGSAC members and friends to help make Denise's hope possible. "The Telegraph Creek Project" outlines the details for donating the items Denise needs and offers participants the opportunity to contribute one or more of them. 

CGS formation helps us delight in God's plan for unity . Let us use the opportunity of the "The Telegraph Creek Project" to collaborate with God, and write "the page yet to be written" with our lives. Thank you in advance for your generosity to this project. 

Full details may be found under the Canadian Association menu item.


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