Religious Education Classes
Children who do not attend Catholic School must attend Religious Education classes on a regular basis. St. Philip’s holds classes for children in Grades 1–8. We encourage all our children to attend classes. We invite and welcome parental participation. 

Children in Grades 1-8 attend class on Sunday mornings. These classes meet from 9:40-10:50am.

Once Confirmation has been celebrated, we encourage our confirmed youth to continue involvement with our parish.

CLICK HERE for more information and to register your child in our Religious Education program.

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a valuable part of our parish. People interested in learning more about the Catholic Church with the intent to join meet once a week for prayer, reflection on the weekly Scripture readings, and class. Catechumens, people who have never been baptized in any denomination, go through a series of rituals during the process, culminating in the celebration of baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation at the Easter vigil. Candidates, Christians who have been baptized but now wish to become Catholic, go through the same classes. Their full incorporation into the Church also comes at the Easter vigil with a profession of faith and the celebration of the sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation. For more information, call the Parish Office.