Some photos of our family at St. Theresa's Parish...
Browse through our memories of wonderful events at St. Theresa's!
First Holy Communion - May 2019
Congratulations to all of the children who received their First Holy Communion on May 12th, 2019. Please enjoy these photos of their special day!
Father Vincent's 40th Anniversary Celebration!
A wonderful time was had by all at Father Vincent's 40th Anniversary Celebration Dinner! Many thanks to all who attended, and the many volunteers that worked hard to make the evening so special!
Happy Birthday Father Vincent!
Father Vincent thanks everyone so much for the thoughtful birthday wishes, gifts and festivities. Your kindness helped make it a very memorable birthday. May God bless you and your families. A wonderful celebration for his 65th birthday was held in the Parish Hall. (Photos by Frank Scheme)
Annual General Meeting & BBQ
Father Vincent is very grateful to everyone who contributed to and all who attended the AGM & Parish BBQ on Sunday. It was a wonderful day, delicious food, and great conversation. Please click HERE for some lovely images from the event.
Cardinal Raymond Burke
Father Vincent is very grateful to everyone who contributed to and all who attended the Mass and reception with Cardinal Raymond Burke. It was a wonderful celebration and very special to receive the blessings of a Cardinal from the Vatican.
Some photos of St.Theresa Church from the outside as well as our majestic interior, including the hall downstairs where we hold many social events!
Knights of Columbus Breakfast
Many thanks to the Knights of Columbus for hosting their delicious Pancake Breakfast on April 26th. It was so enjoyable for everyone.
On Sunday, May 26th, 2013, parishioners TL & Chris Rader Baptised their "tiny dancer" - Sienna Violet Rader. Father Vincent made the ceremony beautiful and meaningful, and our friends and family celebrated afterwards with a lovely reception in the church hall downstairs.
Archbishop Terrence Prendergast's visit to St. Theresa
On April 7, 2013, Archbishop Terrence Prendergast visited St. Theresa to give a speech and host a question and answer session. It was extremely well attended and well received.