After one of our members is confirmed, we do our best to help them stay engaged in their spiritual journey. By maintaining communication, offering specific events and keeping them involved, we strive to bridge the spiritual gap that sometimes exists during high school and college. Our "church doormouse" project was a great example of our adult members keeping in touch with some of our young adults that were away at college.
For High School and College students, St. Philip's is happy to assist in finding service opportunities. From serving our young brothers and sisters through education opportunities to weeding gardens, service for young adults is supported and facilitated--including availability of National Honor Society service hour support. This is a student/youth led ministry, so special requests and interests are the catalyst for programming.
Summer 2017 saw a group of St. Philip's youth and college students on teh Flamboux River in Wisconsin. The trip took the young people over rapids and also gave them time for meaningful Bible study and exploring their surroundings.
Summer 2016 Senior High Trip
Chicago--June 23-26. The Chicago 2016 trip was an amazing time of service and learning. Senior high students be on the look out for summer 2017 destinations for learning, service, and fellowship. The 2017 trip will be announced in January.