St. Philip the Apostle Church Camp Springs, Maryland
St. Philip the Apostle ChurchCamp Springs, Maryland

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St. Philip the Apostle Church
5416 Henderson Way

Camp Springs, MD 20746

Phone: +1 301 423 4244 +1 301 423 4244


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Events and Activities:

Meets every Wednesday morning at 9:15 a.m. in the rectory to discuss the readings for the upcoming Sunday. We would love for you to stop in.


We meet on the second Wednesday of the month, September through June, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in the Rectory. You do not have to attend all the meetings. You may pick out the books you are interested in and come on the night that we will discuss that book. We would like that anyone who comes to the meeting will have read the book to be discussed. However, if you don't have time to read the book selected for a specific month, just come to listen or share. All books can be found on or in any bookstore. All welcome! For information, call Mary McHale, 301-735-3451 (or by e-mail:

CHECK OUT THE PARISH LIBRARY for fireside reading. Our mini-library is in the hall between church and school. We also accept donation of appropriate books. Just put them on the bottom shelf.


CROCHET AND KNITTERS. St. Philip the Apostle Parish has formed a Crochet & Knitters group.

INVITING ALL CROCHET AND KNITTERS AND THOSE WHO WOULD LIKE TO LEARN. We are making scarves and lap blankets for the needy in our area. If you would like, you my donate yarn (or money to buy some). For questions, please contact Alma Walton (301-423-2977 after 6 p.m., or email her at for further information.


THE LIGUORI SOCIETY: An association of faithful young men of high school and college age for the purpose of prayer, work for and discernment of priestly vocations. Everyone is either called to a priestly vocation or knows someone who is. Young men are ideally situated for this apostolate and the Ligouri Society, named for the patron of priestly vocations, positions them to pursue this important work for Christ in a better way. Prospective members must be at least of high school age, currently attending Sunday Mass and otherwise seeking to live the precepts of the Church, and willing to pray for and encourage vocations to the priesthood while discerning their own call whatever it might be. Interested individuals must make their request to enter through current members who can be identified by their attire of suit and tie at Sunday Masses and cassock and surplice while serving Mass.