Parish Council consists of 24 members which includes Parish Priest,Convent Mother Superior, Kaikkarans,Treasurer, Ward Presidents, Madruvedhi President, Catechism teachers' representative and Youth President. Parish council meeting will be held as and when necessary to take decisions on day to day Parish proceedings. All the major decisions are taken in the presence of Parishioners in the General Body meeting.
Sisters of the Destitute belonging to Changanasery province have started their pastoral assistance in our parish since June 2013. They have been a blessing to our church. The New Building was Inaugrated on 17 Decemmber 2017. Sanjoe Bhavan an Unit under the Convent was opened on 30 June 2018. The home takes care of girls from broken families, gives them Basic Education, Social Empowerment and teaches them Cultural Discipline.
Feast of our Patroness St. Teresa of Child Jesus is observed and celebrated with due reverence and festivity in the Month of October. Besides this the Church celebrates other feasts like St. Thomas day, St. Josephes's day, Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel,Feast of Infant Jesus, and solemn occasions like Christmas, New year and Easter.
Parish community celebrates events like Onam, Independence Day and Ward festivals. An initiative is taken to teach Malayalam to all the Catechism students to enrich the value of mother tongue. The Church also promotes excellence in education through student-scholarships.
Parish Welfare Fund is an initiative by the Parishioners, aimed at extending a helping hand to the needy among the parish community. Thus it acts as a 'Good Samaritan' among the poor and needy.
Mothers in the Parish are organized into an active group doing varied Ministries in the Parish as well as being ambassadors of faith extending pastoral support to people in need. They gather together for special prayers and hold their meetings once in a month.
A well organized and self motivated team of teachers conduct Catechism classes in our parish through the interest and initiative shown by the Vicar. In this context, the service provided by the S D Sisters and teachers from the Parish for the faith formation of the children is well appreciated . Catechism classes are held on Sundays for all classes from class 1 to class 12.
Little Flower Youth is a vibrant body of young parishioners, dedicated to Catholic values and teachings. Due to their commitment to social service, and involvement and initiatives in the church activities, they have made a difference in the Parish in a limited period of time.