First Nations Ministry

Our deanery celebrates the Catholic faith of First Nations peoples of many descents including Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Algonquin, and Plains Ojibwa.  

 

The Valley Native Ministry was set up in 1985 to serve First Nations peoples in the Fort Qu'Appelle area.

Communities Served:

Carry the Kettle First Nation - Rev. Francis Hengen

Day Star First Nation - Rev. Valentine Amobi

George Gordon First Nation - Rev. Valentine Amobi

Kawacatoose First Nation - Rev. Valentine Amobi

Little Black Bear First Nation - Rev. Adelberto Lillo

Muscowpetung First Nation  - Rev. Adelberto Lillo

Muskowekwan First Nation - Rev. Valentine Amobi

Okanese First Nation  - Rev. Adelberto Lillo

Pasqua First Nation - Rev. Adelberto Lillo

Peepeekisis First Nation  - Rev. Adelberto Lillo

Piapot First Nation - Rev. Francis (Prince) Kurisinkal

Sakimay First Nation  - Rev. Adelberto Lillo

Standing Buffalo First Nation - Rev. Adelberto Lillo

Star Blanket First Nation - Rev. Adelberto Lillo

Upcoming Mass Times:

File Hills - Sunday, Jan. 14th at 12:30 pm

Standing Buffalo - February:  T.B.A.

File Hills - Sunday, Jan. 28th at 12:30 pm

Valley Native Ministry - Lebret:  Wednesday, Dec. 27th at 6 pm.

Too Good To Be Threw

Gently Used Clothing and Items Store

Open in Lebret:

  • most Fridays from 10 am - 2 pm

"Too Good To Be Threw"

 

Sr. Bernadette Feist established this used clothing/items store in Lebret as a means of fundraising to support the area's First Nations Ministry.

 

Generally, the store is open on Fridays from 10 am to 2 pm.

 

Donations of clothing in good condition (fit for resale) are gratefully accepted.  Please contact Sr. Bernadette to make arrangements.

Sr. Bernadette Feist sorting some items for sale at Lebret's "Too Good To Be Threw" used clothing/items store.