Our Ministries

Welcome to our Ministries Page. St. Philip has many opportunities to “joyfully follow Jesus on the way of service, the royal road that leads to Heaven” (Pope Francis). Not sure which ministry below is right for you? Use our Online Gifts Survey.

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Children & Youth
Hispanic Ministry
Learning Center
Mass Ministers
Music Lessons

Education & Formation


Susan Skinner, Director of Adult Faith Formation & RCIA
We have a variety  of Bible studies and book studies for adults every Sunday-Saturday. See our Adult Faith Formation Page to find the class for you.

Adult Faith Formation Page

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Baptismal Preparation

Mike Quillin

This class is offered monthly and is required before a baptism can be held at St. Philip. It prepares parents for the baptism of children. Ministry Description.

Sacraments Page


Tricia Keef, Bookstore Assistant Manager

The bookstore’s commitment is to bring customers a wide variety of inspirational gifts and books. The bookstore offers an extensive selection of Catholic religious gifts including jewelry, rosaries, crucifixes, Catholic literature, Baptism and First Communion items, figurines, bibles, prayer books, Fontanini® collectibles, and much more. Come to the bookstore for great gift ideas for all occasions; weddings, birthdays, baptisms, you name it!

Bookstore Page

Children & Youth

Michaela Miller, CGS
Julianne Staley & Helen Simpson, Youth & Young Adult Ministry

Religious education for our children pre-school through high school. Faith formation is a life-long activity. It is important that parents and families recognize the vital role they play in the faith formation of our youth. Pope John Paul II’s “Familiaris Consortio” teaches that the family is the core of all society for the family teaches one to the meaning of love, which is self-giving. That love will spiral out, first, to other members of one’s own family, then to other families, then to society at large. The family is the vital core of society and its school of social virtue.

Youth Page

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Engaged Couples Retreat

Rich and Ginny Scaglione

The Engaged Couples Retreat offers a group of married couples an opportunity to share their experiences with engaged couples of the Diocese of Nashville. Ministry Description.

Learning Center

Karen Williams, Learning Center Director

St. Philip Learning Center is an affordable Catholic Montessori preschool and Homeschool Enrichment program located in the heart of downtown Franklin. While our catechesis lessons embrace the teachings of the Catholic Church, we warmly welcome all children. St. Philip Learning Center is a ministry of St. Philip Catholic Church, using the Montessori materials and methods to educate children. The children learn in a prepared environment, freely choosing their work while being guided by Montessori trained teachers. Ministry Description.

Learning Center Page

Library Ministry

Dot Strain and Pat Kittsmiller

You will find a variety of inspirational, educational, reference, and faith based books for everyone in our Library. The library is located off the Gathering Area across from the Kitchen and is open at any time the building is unlocked. Volunteer! Our Library Ministry needs volunteers to help with book collection, sorting, cataloging, and maintaining shelves. Ministry Description.

Young Adult

Julianne Staley, Director of Youth & Young Adult Ministry

Veritas is a network of young adults – from college students to those in their 30’s – at St. Philip. Our mission is to aid in the formation of lifelong Catholics, with a solid understanding of the Church’s teachings, who actively participate in the sacraments and contribute to the Catholic faith community at large. Ministry Description.

Young Adult Page

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Brian & Leslie Speck

Cursillo is an international movement that promotes dynamic spiritual growth within the Church. A weekend retreat begins the journey enabling the participants to deepen their own Catholic faith experience and give each person the opportunity to develop a close and lifelong relationship with Jesus Christ. After the Cursillo weekend members meet in small groups on a weekly basis for prayer reflection and further spiritual growth. Ministry Description.

Nashville Cursillo Page

Discipleship Council

George Tutaj

The St. Philip Discipleship Council exists to foster discipleship within the parish and its various ministries so that all may “have life, and have it abundantly” (John 10:10). Ministry Description.

Discipleship Council Page

Growing Our Love

George & Ellen Marie Tutaj

Through mentor couples, our ministry helps Married, Newly Married, Engaged and Dating (thinking of Marriage) couples to: foster faith development; strengthen relationship skills; broaden couples’ understanding of each other and the living out of the sacrament of Marriage. Ministry Description.

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In the Beginning

Ministry Lead Needed

“There is a lot happening at St. Philip. Where do I begin?” This new ministry is a 4 week introductory program for those wondering how to live their faith journey and service to the church. The goal of the program is to help our parishioners overcome normal apprehensions that come with the walk of faith, connect them to community and help them listen to the Spirit to discern if God is calling them to one of our ministries.



Koinonia Retreat weekends are completely run by members of the St. Philip community. Offered every summer, this 3 day weekend for adults invites you to discover your “why” and discover hope and a relief from the daily stresses of life. Take stock of what’s working and what’s not working in your life today, discover hope in God’s love, and get ready to begin living in joy!

If you are just beginning to explore your faith or are wondering how faith can fit into your daily life – this weekend is for you!

Our Next Retreat

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Living Real Radio

John Angotti & Greg Walton

Join Living Real Radio at 8am every Sunday Morning on Nashville’s Hippie Radio 94.5 with St. Philip staffers, John Angotti, Greg Walton, Julianne Staley and Holy Family parishioner, Robert Feduccia. Focusing on faith, real life and real issues, each show features special guests, thought provoking topics and inspiring music. Catch past episodes on our Media Page and your favorite podcast app!

Media Page

St. Paul Street Evangelization

Dorothy Nichols

Dedicated individuals respond to the mandate of Jesus to preach the Gospel to all nations by taking our Catholic Faith to the streets. This is conducted in a non-confrontational way, allowing the Holy Spirit to move in the hearts of those who witness our public Catholic presence. Ministry Description.

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Welcoming Ministry

George Tutaj

We inform new members, parishioners & visitors about St. Philip activities, ministries and organizations by hosting the:

  • Welcoming Table (in the Narthex & Foyer) – held at the Christmas, Easter and Week-end Masses
  • Welcome Dinner (9+ times per year) – to orient newly registered parishioners to the history of St. Philip, as well as to encourage their involvement in church activities, ministries and organizations.

Ministry Description.

Parish & Family Life

Administration & Finance

Mike Ren, Parish Council Rep

In proclaiming and celebrating the Good News of the Gospel and in serving the people it is essential that material needs such as finances, membership, physical plant and talents of the parishioners be considered. A well run parish enriches all parish life. Ministry Description.

Administration & Finance Page

American Heritage Girls

Ministry Lead

American Heritage Girls is a Christ-centered character and leadership development program for girls 5 to 18 years of age. AHG is dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community, and country.

AHG Page

Bereavement Ministry

Betty Jo Allen & Marge Ellis

The support of our parish after the death of a loved one is important to those in the grieving process. This ministry provides a prepared luncheon to families following a funeral at St. Philip’s. The members of this committee help by setting-up of the room, supplying salads and desserts, preparing and serving the food and clean-up. Ministry members are encouraged to participate either by being present for the luncheons or by sending in food, when needed. Ministry Description

Building & Grounds

Carol Brown, Parish Council Rep

The mission of our Buildings and Grounds Ministry is to assist the Parish in the management, maintenance and improvement of all Parish internal and external facilities and properties to create and maintain a comfortable, functional and secure environment for all Parishioners and Ministries to flourish and grow. Ministry Description.

Building & Grounds Page

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Paolo Motta, Parish Council Rep

The Communications Ministry reaches the parish and our community through media in order to inspire, inform, and invite participation in the life, mission, and purposes of the Church through the parish bulletin, parish website, electronic communications, social media, public relations and other special projects. Ministry Description.

Communication Page

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Couples for Christ

Buddy & Khryss Campos

Couples for Christ is an international Catholic lay ecclesial movement with the goal to renew and strengthen Christian family life and values. The members have committed themselves to the Lord and to one another so they may grow in maturity as men and women of God and fulfill their primary vocation of raising families under the lordship of Jesus Christ and for the service of the Kingdom of God. Any validly married Catholic couple can become members of CFC. Although a Catholic movement/organization, CFC remains open to having non-Catholic Christians as members. Ministry Description.

Cub Scout Pack 135

Dallas Clements, Cub Master
Mat Adams, Committee Chair

Pack 135 has been part of the Franklin community for over 20 years and welcomes boys and girls from Kindergarten through fifth grade to join. Pack 135 supports our community through service projects such as food drives, memorial flag placements, and community cleanup activities. We also have an incredible amount of fun with camping, pinewood derby, hikes, space camp, and many other activities. Our Pack meetings are the second Thursday of each month during the school year from 6:30 to 8 pm at the St. Philip Community Center.

Foster Care & Adoption

Jill Holzen

This ministry provides support for those who are in the process of adopting a child/children, those who have adopted a child/children or those who are foster parents. Our purpose is to provide information and support to one another. Ministry Description.

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Grief Share

Dave Bilger

We are a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You’ll gain access to valuable Grief Share resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. We provide seminars and support groups led by people who know what you are going through and want to help. Ministry Description.

Hispanic Ministry

Miguel Valadez & Maria Perez, Parish Council Reps

La misión del Ministerio Hispano es servir a la comunidad en lo espiritual, la oración y la educación religiosa, en su propio idioma. The mission of the Hispanic Ministry is to serve the spiritual, worship and religious education needs of the community in its own language. Ministry Description.

Hispanic Ministry Page

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Joy Ministry

Donna Fairchild

“The JOY Ministry provides events for “JUST OLDER YOUTH” (over 40). Events can be spiritual, social or civic in nature. On the 2nd Tuesday of the month we meet at St. Philip at 11 a.m. in the Gathering Area for a speaker/entertainment event. Special events and Dutch Treat meals are held throughout the year providing opportunities for enrichment and enjoyment. Check the weekly parish bulletin and sign up for “flocknotes” in your email for event details. This ministry provides a great opportunity for active “JUST OLDER YOUTH” to get together, make new friends and experience the “JOY” of fellowship. Ministry Description.

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Knights of Columbus

Bill Jones, Grand Knight

The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic fraternal service organization. Founded in the United States in 1882, it is named in honor of Christopher Columbus. There are more than 1.9 million members in over 15,000 councils, with almost 200 councils on college campuses. Knights are Catholic men, 18 years of age and older, who are committed to making their community a better place, while supporting their Church. Ministry Description.

Knights of Columbus Page

St. Philip Night Tickets

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Manna in the Desert

Claudia Finnegan

You are not alone in your grief! “Manna in the Desert” is an online community of persons experiencing the loss of a loved one. By subscribing through Flocknote members receive periodic meditations based on Sacred Scripture to help maneuver daily life and the grief process. Participants may choose e-mail or text messaging to receive these meditations. This online ministry works closely with GriefShare and is part of Parish and Family Life Ministries.


Men’s Club

Matt Brzica, Parish Council Rep

This ministry is for the men of St. Philip to serve and support our active parish. All St. Philip men are considered members of the Men’s Club and are invited to take an active part in its functions. The group is organized to serve the church as a whole, physically and spiritually, while offering fellowship among its membership. Ministry Description.

Men’s Club Page

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Tai Chi

Dave Bilger

Tuesdays & Thursdays 10am-11am

All are welcome. Wear comfortable clothes and just show up!

Tai Chi is an ancient martial arts discipline that helps the student learn balance and coordination. This is also a great class for students with chronic conditions such as arthritis and joint or tissue inflammation, among others. Movements are slow and detailed and follow a predictable progression.

Traveling Spirits of St. Philip Catholic Church

Christine Moen

The Traveling Spirits Ministry provides St. Philip parishioners and their families and friends* opportunities to go on pilgrimages to nourish their Catholic faith and to deepen their relationship with God.

Becoming a Pilgrim in Today’s World

It’s common to be a traveler in today’s shrinking world.  Hop on a plane and land in Ireland.  Hop off a cruise ship and disembark in South America.  Even pack a car and end up on a coast or Canada! Being a traveler, as wonderful as that may be, is not the same as being a pilgrim.

Pilgrims don’t travel; pilgrims “journey.”  Pilgrims take journeys to holy places to hear God’s whisperings more clearly and to see more vividly a path through the everyday.  Pilgrims who have “journeyed” to holy places rarely return the same.

We hope you choose to become a pilgrim in today’s busy world.  It will make a difference in your life!

Upcoming Pilgrimage

Women of St. Philip

Barb Weller, Parish Council Rep

The Women of St. Philip are women of faith who desire to be of service to our Lord and the Church. We gather for projects to help others in our church and community. Ministry Description.

Women of St. Philip Page

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Social Action

Fort Campbell Ministry

Gene Kleiser

The Fort Campbell ministry was started several years ago by a retired military family who were members of St. Philip Parish. The family approached the chaplain of the Soldier’s Chapel (Catholic Chapel) of Ft. Campbell with an idea to provide some type of support from St. Philip to families of Ft. Campbell. The chaplain liked the idea and thus the St. Philip/Ft. Campbell ministry was born. The chaplain indicated that needs were greatest among the very young families with babies and small children and that diapers, baby wipes, formula/baby food would help fill those needs. That’s where we are today. St. Philip continues its great generosity to the families of Ft. Campbell and your generosity is much appreciated.

Grace Works

Israel Cordero

St. Philip supports Graceworks Ministries by helping those in need. Assistance is needed in the Thrift Store, Office, Food Pantry, Senior Transportation, Parish Nurse and Home Visitation programs. Graceworks also relies on our monetary, food, clothing, household, and furniture donations. Ministry Description.

GraceWorks Ministries Page

Habitat for Humanity

Janice Hardrath/Kempf

St. Philip is one of several churches in our community that are working together with Habitat for Humanity to build a home to provide a local family in need with affordable housing. We need volunteers to provide construction labor and food for the work crews on build dates. Stay tuned for more information and sign ups for this year’s build.

Habitat Faith Build Page

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Haiti Ministry

Tom Caprara

One of God’s greatest gifts is the universal character of the Church, blessing and calling us to live in solidarity with our sisters and brothers in faith throughout the world. Sister Parish relationships help parishes to live out Catholic social teaching. St. Philip’s “Sister Parish” relationship with St. Charles Borromeo in LeBorgne, Haiti dates back to the 1970s. On the first Sunday of the month our second collection is for the Haiti Ministry. In addition to raising funds, our Haiti Ministry actively works with the people of St. Charles helping them in many concrete ways. Ministry Description.

Haiti Ministry Page

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Health & Wellness

Ministry Lead Needed

Health and Wellness at St. Philip focusses on CPR & AED training, blood pressure checks and our partnership with Mercy Community Healthcare. Mercy Community Healthcare (formerly Mercy Children’s Clinic) reflects the love of Jesus Christ by providing quality and compassionate healthcare to both the insured and uninsured in Williamson and surrounding counties – with a focus on Pediatrics, Adult Primary Care and Integrated Mental & Behavioral Health.

Mercy Community Healthcare Page

Helping Hands

Declan Weir

Helping Hands ministry consists of volunteer parish facilitators and helpers who identify and assist parishioners in need, to explore possible help from within the St Philip parish community. Helpers receive occasional emails and respond to those that fit their schedule and abilities. Requests will typically fall into (non-financial) categories such as…

  • Transportation
  • Errands
  • Visits
  • Light housework/repairs/maintenance

With Covid-19, phone volunteers have been contacting parishioners for a courtesy “Wellness Check.” If they have not yet contacted you, or your situation has changed, please complete the Needs form below. It will be handled in a secure and confidential manner.

Needs Form
India Mission

Joe St. Lawrence

St. Philip has long assisted the people of India. In 2011-13 a church was built. In the years since, through ongoing parishioner efforts, two schools and a chapel have been built working with local Franciscans. Earlier this year, Bishop Spalding gave approval for us to continue our educational support and evangelization of the people of India through formation of the India Mission Ministry.

The Second Collection on the third Sunday of the month will be dedicated to The India Mission. Beginning in May, a giving envelope for the India Mission has been added to your monthly mailing. Giving to the India Mission may also be done online and by texting “India” to (615) 235-7142.

Loaves & Fishes

Paul & Monica Garvey

On the second Saturday of each month, Loaves and Fishes provide St. Philip parishioners an opportunity to prepare and serve a hot midday meal to the hungry and homeless in East Nashville without restriction of religion, race or proof of need. Each week approximately 600 meals are served in a caring environment. At Loaves and Fishes the people who come to eat around the tables are our guests. Guests of the program are also provided referral to appropriate services for housing, additional food, and clothing, within the community.

The program operates in the Parish Center of Holy Name Catholic Church, located behind the church at 508 Main Street, Nashville, TN 37206.

Teams are set in advance. Please email in advance if you would like to help.


  • 10:00-11:30am: Meal Prep
  • 11:30am-12:30pm: Lunch is served
  • 12:30pm-2:00pm: Clean up

Ministry Description.

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Legal Clinic

Adrienne Kittos

Free Legal Clinics are held through out the year at St. Philip in partnership with the Tennessee Faith & Justice Alliance (TFJA). The TFJA is a project of the Access to Justice Commission. It is an alliance of faith-based groups in Tennessee who commit to providing legal resources to their congregations and communities. TFJA was created to align needs seen at the local house of worship level with possible legal resources that are nearby, perhaps even within the same congregation. The notion is to connect with people in need in a place they already go to seek help with a problem. That place is quite often their place of worship. It operates on a referral model that is designed to pair volunteer lawyers with congregants in need.

Tennessee Faith & Justice Alliance Page

Meals On Wheels

Michael Retchless

St. Philip participates in Meals on Wheels, a program supported by many local churches. Meals on Wheels operates out of First United Methodist Church of Franklin and provides meals to members of the community. Drivers and cooks are needed. Time commitment can vary. St. Philip provides drivers the fourth week of the month on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Cooking is needed on the fourth Friday of each month. Ministry Description.

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Meals with Love

Leslie Speck

Enrolled parishioners rotate preparing a home cooked meal for our parish priests. The meal is delivered to the refrigerator in the parish kitchen on the assigned Tuesday or Thursday. Current rotation is to cook once every seven months. Enrollment is always open. Please contact the ministry lead at the above email address if interested. Ministry Description.

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Military Care

St. Philip & Holy Family K of C

Military Care, a military support program established by the St. Philip and Holy Family 4th Degree Knights of Columbus, sends care packages containing food and notes of appreciation to service men and women overseas.

To help us identify our military who are deployed to overseas assignments (they don’ have to be parishioners or Catholic), please submit Name, Rank, Mailing Address to MilitaryCare@StPhilipFranklin.com. The 4th Degree Knights mailbox in the St. Philip Parish office can also be a place to add your service person or make a donation. Additionally, donations can be made to St. Joseph the Worker K of C Assembly, Holy Family Catholic Church.

Mission Honduras

Pat Thompson

Mission Honduras is a work project mission trip that lends a hand to our brothers and sisters in Juticalpa, Honduras. The Mission Team works directly with the Olancho Aid Foundation. Join the mission team for a memorable and meaningful mission trip. Ministry Description.

Mission Honduras Page

Respect Life

Tricia Keef

Our Respect Life ministry is dedicated to a respect for all human life from the moment of conception to the moment of natural death. Through education and a public information effort the ministry works to identify and address pro-life issues and needs of the parish and community. Various activities include the spiritual adoption of unknown, unborn babies, letter writing campaigns in support of pro-life legislation, the organization of programs addressing respect for life issues, and support of Mulier Care, Tennessee Right to Life and 40 Days for LifeMinistry Description.

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Safe Haven

Mary Pat Payne

Safe Haven has 30 years of experience in the changing field of family homelessness with proactive programs, evidence based practices and trauma informed care. They increasingly play a leadership role in education and advocacy to address this community-wide issue. Safe Haven is the only shelter-to-housing program of its kind in Middle Tennessee that accepts the entire homeless family. Ministry Description.

Safe Haven Page

St. Anthony’s Closet & Food Pantry

Rosie Gibbons
Israel Cordero

Through the generosity of our parishioners, we stock a food pantry with food for those in need. We also provide gently used clothing and household goods through the Closet. Volunteers are needed to staff St. Anthony’s Closet. We sort clothes, share our excess with Graceworks and share a smile and hospitality with those who come to the Closet.

Closet Hours:

Monday         1pm-3pm
Tuesday         10am-3pm
Wednesday   10am-12:30pm
Thursday       10am-1pm
Friday             10am-1pm

Donations are always welcome for both the pantry and clothes closet. Closet Ministry Description / Pantry Ministry Description.

Worship & Spirituality

Children’s Liturgy of the Word

Beth Bowlds

During both Sunday Masses during the school year children in 1st through 4th grade are provided with Liturgy of the Word on a level they can understand. There is no registration required. Leaders are needed. Ministry Description.

First Friday Adoration

Dianne Estopinal

Each First Friday of the month we have 24 hours of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Adoration begins after 9:00am Mass and includes: the Chaplet of Divine Mercy at 3:00pm: Benediction at 6:45pm; Mass at 7:00pm. Adoration continues through the night and ends with final Benediction at 8:45am Saturday morning. Ministry Description.

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Mass Ministers

John Angotti, Music & Liturgy

As a worshiping community we are all called to actively participate in our liturgies through song, prayer, silence, and ritual action. Service in one of the Liturgical (mass) ministries listed below is an excellent way to fulfill our baptismal call of service to one another. Whether participation is through “behind the scenes” preparation and planning, or through a public role of service within the Mass, parishioner contributions help our liturgies to be truly life-giving celebrations. Please prayerfully consider joining one of these ministries. Ministry Description.

Visit our Liturgy Page for more about…

  • Altar Servers
  • Arts and Environment
  • Audio/Video Technician Ministry
  • Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
  • Ministers of Hospitality
  • Lectors
  • Liturgy Team
  • Sacristans

Ministers of Care

Jim Britz & Paul Saint-Jacques

We are all one in the Body of Christ, and although many parts, we all work in unity for Christ. We each have the grace in our uniqueness to give God a face. Ministers of Care bring Communion to our brothers and sisters that are unable to attend Holy Mass. We are serving Williamson Medical Center, local nursing homes, Williamson County jail and private residences. Mass ScheduleMinistry Description.

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Music Lessons

God is revealed through the beauty of the arts and in truth. St. Philip has created the St. Philip Arts & Liturgy Institute (SPALI) to offer parishioners and the local community the opportunity to explore the artistic gifts God has given them and, explore and learn about the liturgy to expand one’s life in faith and service. Blessed with an abundance of talent, SPALI enables our musicians and artists to serve the Church and help fill the need for musicians, artists, and leaders for the Church now and in the future. Go to our SPALI Page for more information.


Music Ministry

John Angotti, Music & Liturgy

Singers, cantors (song leaders) and instrumentalists lead the congregation in song to enhance the liturgy at special liturgies. Singers are expected to be able to carry a tune in the presence of others who are carrying a different but complementary tune. Previous exposure to group singing is helpful but not required. We welcome male and female singers from high school to senior citizen. Song Leaders (Cantors) must be able to sing confidently and competently with a pleasant sounding voice and inviting demeanor. They should understand and be able to communicate the meaning of the words they are singing. Instrumentalists must have suitable competency with their instrument and be able to sight read with minimal rehearsal. Ministry Description.

Visit our Music Ministry Page for more about…

  • Parish choirs
  • Bell Choir
  • Cantor ministry
  • Children’s choir
  • Instrumental ensembles
  • Resurrection choir
Prayer Chain

Paddy Gerbic
Make a Prayer Request

The Prayer Chain remembers in prayer all those who request intercession for themselves, family, and friends or any person in need. The ministry lead posts the requests on Flocknote daily or as frequently and urgently as necessary.

Join our Prayer Warriors

Become a prayer warrior by subscribing to our Prayer Chain emails below. This keeps all prayer warriors in touch with those needing our concern and support daily.

If you need assistance receiving the Prayer Chain Flocknote, contact ElectronicEvangelization@StPhilipFranklin.com.

Serra Club

Missy Rudman

The purpose of this ministry is to foster and promote vocations to the priesthood and religious life and to further Catholicism by encouraging its members, in fellowship, through education, to fulfill their vocations to service through several functions throughout the year. Membership is open to all adults who wish to affirm and support seminarians and those in the ordained and vowed ministries. Ministry Description.

Statue Devotions

Dave Bilger

Sign up below to host our Statue Devotions to St. Peregrine or the Divine Mercy for 7 days. The daily prayer is included in the statue’s container. The statue will be distributed according to the order of the Sign Up list. When the statue is returned, arrangements will be made with the next recipient. Please be considerate of other devotees by returning the statue promptly after 7 days.

Statue Devotion Sign Ups
– Divine Mercy
– St. Peregrine

Vocation Cup

Sharon Hagerty

Each week a parish family or individual takes home the Vocation Cup and intentionally prays for the men and women considering a vocation to the religious life or priesthood. Dedicate a week of family prayer to Vocations.