St. Philip Vacation Bible School continues with its Cat.Chat all Catholic program open to all faiths for a week full of fun and enrichment in understanding the gift of the  Mass and the mystery that surrounds the Holy Eucharist.

This year’s program is called “Marvelous Mystery: The Mass Comes Alive!” The overall goal of this program is to help children better understand the Catholic Mass and deepen their love for Jesus in the Eucharist. It's jam-packed with great songs, unforgettable games, cool crafts and interactive activities that will help kids grow in their Catholic faith.

We are excited to welcome two Dominican Sisters from the Congregation of St. Cecilia again to teach faith lessons again this year!

WHEN: Monday, June 25 – Friday June 29

TIME: 8:00 -Noon

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, June 13(t-shirts not guaranteed after 6/13)

COST: FREE but donations welcomed to maintain a quality program

WHO: Incoming Pre-K – 5th Grades (ages 4-11)

 

Registration form and volunteer forms are available through the link on this page and can be completed and returned to school office Attn: Vacation Bible School, or drop in the box in back of church after Easter.

We ask that you or a family member consider volunteering your time and talent to make the week a success. We can’t do it without faithful volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering or have any further questions, please contact one of our committee members below.

Also, please plan to attend a spirit-filled Mass and fun closing celebration with your child on Friday, June 29. They will love for you to hear and see what they’ve learned and share this time with you or family members!

For questions about registration or volunteering, please contact Emily or Sharon below:

Emily Martin 260-417-8664 (registration questions)

Sharon Shumate 812-470-9378 (volunteer questions)

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