Strengthening Women for Strong CommunitiesCONNECT
Kaleo is a Christian organization that brings hope, love, and connection to vulnerable families in the Greater St. Albert area by supporting and strengthening women. We do this through the development and implementation of “Connected Communities” support programs.
Let’s Talk About Sex
As humans we are hard-wired for curiosity, if parents don’t teach their kids about sex, they will learn it from somewhere else. Discussions about our “private parts” to healthy relationships, consent, pornography and birth control, there are plenty of teachable moments in our children’s life but as adults, do we always know the right thing to say?
Join us February 28 at St. Albert Botanic Park as former Executive Director of the Calgary Pregnancy Care Centre and current Pastor at NEXT Christian Community, Wendy Lowe gives YOU the “SEX TALK”. This event will provide parents with children of all ages, information, and tools to encourage healthy family conversations about sex, relationships, pornography and more. Empower your child to be able to evaluate risks and make good decisions. Reliable information from a nervous parent is still better than uninformed answers from friends.
Get your tickets HERE
Are you a mom at home with with little ones? Ever feel like you could use a little adult conversation? Kaleo Play is the answer!!! Meeting every Monday morning in a fun playroom filled with tunnels and climbers, Kaleo Play is a fun way for parents and children to connect and build relationships. Grow your mommy tribe with us!
Throughout the year we have special guests, parties & occasionally we take the show on the road for field trips!
Kaleo Play is free, it’s fun & it’s open to all! Kaleo Play runs every Monday (except long weekends) at the Next Christian Community Playroom from 9:30-11am. Come join the fun!
If you want to connect with someone before you go, or join our facebook group, contact us here
Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast
Join the faith community of St. Albert for the St. Albert Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, March 2nd for a powerful message on mental health and resiliency. Learn of ways to take care of your mental health, and explore how we can help one another to create a strong, vibrant community.
You will not want to miss this relevant talk as well as the opportunity to celebrate and honour St. Albert’s city leaders and first responders.
Get your tickets HERE