Why Should I Register with the Parish?
The number of registered members that a parish has is a primary factor when the Archdiocese of Edmonton determines how many priests will be assigned to the parish.
The number of registered parishioners is also a factor in determining how many staff members the parish will employ to meet the needs of the members of the parish.
What is Expected of Me as a Registered Parishioner?
There are no set obligations on you as a registered parishioner of this parish. However, this parish can only continue to exist because of the many registered parishioners who give so generously of their Time, Talent and Treasure. Each registered parishioner is asked to prayerfully consider what of their Time, Talent and Treasure resources they are willing and able to offer to their parish.
Registered parishioners are needed to serve as lay ministers in all aspects of the life of their parish. If you would like to serve in some aspect of the life of this parish, please contact email@example.com to begin that process.
Registering as a parishioner of Corpus Christi Parish offers a number of benefits.
You become an official member of a dynamic and vibrant faith community.
You will get an official income tax receipt for all of your financial donations to the parish and other charities sanctioned by the Archdiocese of Edmonton.
You can obtain a reference letter from the parish when applying for a job.
You will receive a free subscription to the Western Catholic Reporter.
You will be provided a box of numbered envelopes or can choose our Pre-Authorized Offering Plan for your financial contributions to the parish.
In case of an emergency, the parish office can contact you or members of your family.
How do I Register?
Please complete a St. Theresa Parish Registration Form available in the back of the gyms. It can be returned in the Sunday Collection basket or dropped off at the parish office, 7508-29 Avenue.