We exist to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ. Go make disciples.

Resurrection Roman Catholic Parish

Resurrection Roman Catholic Parish

Welcome To Resurrection Roman Catholic Parish

We are a large Roman Catholic parish in the southeast corner of Regina (Windsor Park), the newest parish in the city. Located at:

3155 Windsor Park Road, Regina, SK S4V 3B1


We exist to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ - to go forth and make disciples, love God and love others.

Resurrection Parish celebrates Sunday and weekday Masses and other liturgies, provides faith formation and Sacrament preparation and offers fellowship, outreach and evangelization opportunities.

As a parish, there are four habits we want to instill in our members:

          PRAY always,
          SERVE in a parish ministry or missionary outreach,
          GIVE generously, and
          INVITE friends and family to join your journey      

 


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Weekend Mass Ministry

A copy of the current schedule can be found here:

September through November 2018

THANK YOU to all who continue to serve in a ministry at our weekend Masses!! We have an ongoing need of people to serve especially in the areas of Mass coordinating, greeting, ushering and AV support. If you are interested in joining or finding out more about any of the ministries at Mass, please come to the Information session, visit the Welcome Desk on the weekend or contact the parish office.

Training is provided and all of our ministers must be trained. If you require training or would like a refresh on your previous training, please contact the trainer for your ministry. If you are unsure of who that is, please contact the office.

For links to ministry guidelines and other information, please visit our Liturgy and Worship page.


Celebrating at Resurrection Parish!

  

Congratulations to Deacon Arron and Deacon Kevin, ordained to the Permanent Diaconate on June 15th and to Deacon Parker, ordained to the Transitional Diaconate on June 29th. Congratulations also to Fr. Arpee who celebrated his first priestly ordination anniversary on June 30th.