St Philips can now accept E-Transfers. It’s quick and easy! For those familiar with sending e-transfers, just set it up as usual and email it to the parish email address (stphiliprcp1819[at]gmail[dot]com). Send the office a separate email indicating the password. If you are new to e-transfers, the option to send e-transfers should be available on your online banking platform. Or call your bank or the office for details on how to set it up. Thank you!
Our vigils continue as usual…but in a different format. ALL are invited to join our next ‘At-Home Vigil of Prayer’ on Saturday, April 25 from 8am to 4pm by praying BY YOURSELF, IN YOUR OWN HOME. This month’s intention is for ‘the release and restoration of hostages.’ Pray in any way you chose. Please choose any hour/any amount of time to join in prayer—our parishioners will pray individually, in solidarity with each other and with the world.
Get full details here for our Novena to the Divine Mercy and Divine Mercy Sunday Live event.
Our vigils continue as usual…but in a different format. ALL are invited to join our next ‘At-Home Vigil of Prayer’ THIS Saturday, March 28 from 8am to 4pm by praying BY YOURSELF, IN YOUR OWN HOME. This month’s intention is for ‘an end to the coronavirus.’ Pray in any way you chose. Fr Bob encourages is to include this National Prayer for Canada. Choose any amount of time you have between 8am and 4pm. Our parishioners will pray individually, but in solidarity with each other and with the world.
Friday March 27th (1pm Ottawa time, when he will give the faithful a special blessing). See the full message from Pope Francis here.
Due to the current health situation, we have decided to use caution and close our ‘physical’ office until further notice – but please know that both phones and emails will be monitored regularly during our regular office hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 1:30pm.
To contact us, please email us at: stphiliprcp1819 [at] gmail [dot] com or phone us at 613-838-2314.