Welcome to the Website of St. Philip Neri Parish
For Father Peter's Palm Sunday Letter and the March 29th Letter please click on the Bulletin link. You can also find Bishop Barres' Easter Letter on the Bulletin Link.
ALL WEEKDAY AND WEEKDEND MASSES, MEETINGS, AND NON-ESSENTIAL ACTIVITIES ARE SUSPENDED OR POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS WILL INCLUDE HOLY WEEK AND EASTER LITURGIES. PALMS WILL BE BLESSED AND DISTRIBUTED AT A LATER DATE.
Holy Week Services on the Catholic Faith Network
Palm Sunday Mass ~ 11:00AM
Chrism Mass on Holy Thursday ~ 11:00AM
Mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday ~ 8:00PM
Good Friday Services ~ 3:00PM
Easter Vigil ~ 8:00PM
Easter Sunday Mass ~ 11:00AM
Children's Stations of the Cross ~ a link will be available on this website for Good Friday &
Easter Rejoicing , a prayerful reflection on the Feast and Celebration of Easter using photographs of our Easter Services from previous years and some of our beloved sacred music that the St. Philip's Choir shared with us during Holy Week Liturgies over the years will also be available.
The Parish Offices and Buildings are Closed until further notice. If you have an emergency please call the office at 631-261-2485, x100 and leave a message. We will be checking the messages several times a day. If you have an urgent need for Parish Social Ministry, please leave a message on x111.
St. Philip Neri Church will be open for private prayer from 9:00AM until 12 Noon Monday through Sunday.
Please Pray for our Recently Departed
Bridget Vallone & Pauline Atkinson
If you would like to be on our E-Mail distribution please email Terry Pace at email@example.com and make the request. We want to be able to keep all of our parishioners up to date with what is going on in the Parish during this trying time.
Children's Stations of the Cross
Religious Education Classes
8th Grade Retreats
CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
All AA Meeting
All SCC Prayer Groups
Training for Success
Eucharistic Adoration in the Convent Chapel
Ecumenical Food Pantry at First Presbyterian Church will be limiting their hours. Check here for more information. People are asked to NOT drop food off to the Church or the pantry at this time.
We welcome new parishioners - Those seeking to become members of the Parish are invited to visit the Parish Center during office hours. Our staff look forward to welcoming you.
Baptismal Certificates - If you need a copy of your Baptismal Certificate please call the Reception area of the Parish Center, 261-2485, ext. 100. If leaving a message please include your Date of Birth, a phone number and maiden name if married.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is currently suspended until April 14th, or by appointment in case of an emergency.
Click here for full Calendar Please note, if there are not activities listed on a certain day it does not mean that the gym is available.
St. Philip Neri Cemetery, 5 Laurel Road, East Northport. If you need assistance with cemetery matters please contact Terry Pace at 261-2485, X 105 to leave a voice mail. Mrs. Pace is only in the office on Thursday. You can also contact Mr. Marty Kohler of Nolan & Taylor-Howe Funeral Home, 754-2400, or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Church is located at: 344 Main Street, Northport, NY 11768. Parish Center is: 15 Prospect Avenue, 11768
All volunteers must be VIRTUS Trained and background screened. Visit the Human Resources Department on the diocesan website, www.drvc.org to download the Volunteer Service Request Form and the Screening and Disclosure Form. You can get more information on Virtus Training , including dates and times of sessions in our area by going on the Diocesan website (drvc.org). Contact Liina Kiesel at the Parish Center (Ext. 104) with any questions.
Here is the Link that will take you directly to registering for Virtus Training: http://www.virtusonline.org/virtus/reg_list2.cfm?theOrgID=17044&theme=0
The Diocesan Child Protection Policy is available on the internet for everyone to read. It is recommended that all volunteers and parishioners read this policy: http://www.drvc.org/abise/Diocesan_Child_Protection_Policy_827.pdf