All masses, All Meetings, All Events are Cancelled
All masses, all meetings, all events are cancelled at All Saints, Sacred Heart & St. Charles Garnier until further notice due to COVID-19.

During this time of uncertainty, although difficult but necessary, stay home, pray for all. May God's grace be with you.

Office staff will be checking phone messages and emails, please call or email and these will be returned as soon as possible.

If there’s an emergency that you require one of parish priests please call the office at 519-245-0644 and select 9

1st Communion Prep Sessions for March 28 and the catch up on March 29 are cancelled. Confirmation Alpha - as of now, March 27 and April 3 sessions are cancelled. Further information for sessions starting April 17 will follow.

God Bless everyone.

Weekend Mass Times

St. Charles Garnier Glencoe
Sunday 9:00 am

Sacred Heart
11:30 am
At Hope Community Christian Reformed Church
(Location Details)


Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)

*Note: check calendar for cancellations. If mass is cancelled, confession is also cancelled. Confession is also available by appointment by contacting the parish office.

All Saints (Strathroy)
Saturdays 3:45—4:30pm

Sacred Heart
Tuesdays 5:15—5:45 pm
Fridays 8:15—8:45 am (Except First Friday of the month, which will will be in Glencoe)

St. Charles Garnier
Thursdays 8:15—8:45 am


Calendar of Daily Masses & Upcoming Events

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