Mass at St. Philip: The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is offered Monday-Friday at 8AM at St. Philip. It is offered at 8AM and 11AM on Sundays.
Mass at St. Michael: The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is offered as a Saturday Vigil at 4PM and Sunday Mass at 9:30AM. Communion Services are Tuesday and Thursday at 9AM.
Confession: Confession is offered Wednesday Evenings from 5PM-6PM at St. Philip. Generally there is also adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on Wednesday Evenings as well. Fr. Dan is able to make special appointments as needed. You are also welcome drop by the rectory any time!
Baptism: We love babies at St. Philip and St. Michael! We are happy to baptize your child. Furthermore, children are always welcome at our Masses. Relax parents. God put the wiggle in your child!
Confirmation: Confirmation is conferred in the eleventh grade. Mr. Brian Duhe runs the Confirmation Program. Please call the parish office for more info.
RCIA: RCIA is a process of learning about the Catholic Faith, growing in a relationship with the Lord Jesus, and getting to know our faith community. RCIA meets on Thursday Evenings at St. Philip in the Annex. Everyone is welcome to attend class as a means of fellowship and growth in discipleship.
Blessing Box: Located at St. Philip Neri is the Blessing Box. The Blessing Box is filled with food on a daily basis for our needy family. People are welcome to leave a blessing when they can and take a blessing when they need it. Frank and Louise Gardner are the coordinators of the Blessing Box.
Knights of Columbus: St. Philip’s Knights of Columbus is a very active Council. The Knights of Columbus meet the third Monday of the Month in the Parish Hall at St. Philip. Please contact William Brady, the Grand Knight for more information.
The Captivating Coffee Club: This prestigious club meets weekdays after Mass for breakfast, fellowship, and stimulating conversations. This group is known to award special recognitions for various achievements.
St. Michael’s Altar Sodality: This group cares for the cleaning of the parish church, linens, and decorates for the various feast days in the Church.