“community link” newsletter

the 'community link' -- brand new newsletter from St Luke's

Inaugural issue of the 'community link' Advent 2018 Volume 1 Issue 1

The 'community link' is a fresh, innovative communication tool from St Luke's. The printed version of the newsletter will be available on Sunday, 9 December for those attending Sunday Services. Additional copies will be mailed to shut-ins and to others on the parish list. Copies will also be available at the parish office.


The purpose of the newsletter is to foster links and connections within the parish, to reconnect with those who have previously been active in the parish, and to continue making connections with the East City community.

Focus of first issue

The inaugural issue focuses on the work of a new parish group who will be taking the lead in formulating plans and identifying options that are available for the next few years. The background on the Planning and Options Group and initial steps are explained in the newsletter.

Input from the community

For members of the East City community, the parish welcomes input on ideas and 'dreams' that people have for projects and initiatives in which St Luke's could become a partner and thereby continue work in building links and connections for the benefit of those in need and for the benefit of the local community. We invite you to email the parish office for follow up. If you'd like more information, please give us a call at 705-742-6202 to speak with one of our leadership team.

Download the current copy of the 'community link'

You can get your own copy of the 'community link' in PDF format. With Adobe Acrobat Reader or with your browser, you can easily adjust the text size to enhance readability.


  1. Doug Woods on 6 December 2018 at 10:20 AM

    Wow! Great inaugural edition! Hope some of these will find their way into the East City community in general, so they’ll know what we’re doing, and that we want to include them in what we do.

    • Father Glenn on 7 December 2018 at 12:32 PM

      Thanks for your comment, Doug. We have previously undertaken steps to garner input from the local community and we will be continuing in that effort. I hope members of the parish can help spread this word by talking with neighbours in their own area plus in our immediate East City community.

      Blessings, Glenn

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