SPY (St. Philip’s Youth) is full of fun, faith, friends and don’t forget a little food to fuel our engines. If we’re not eating it, we’re preparing it for others:  sandwiches for Out of the Cold, pancakes for Shrove Tuesday, or Gingerbread Houses for auction.  To go deeper, SPY develop their own faith and spirituality in a supportive community of peers and adults.  To go wider, we participate in the life, mission, and work of our larger St. Philip’s family and serve out in the city.  And through all this, we discover new friendships, especially when we are away for a weekend on retreat or at a youth gathering with other youth from across Canada.

CLAY:  The even years you'll find us working together to go to the national gathering of youth from Lutheran and Anglican congregations (CLAY).

St. Philip's follows a Safe Church Policy.  We need parents to complete forms each year for each child.  You can find them here.


CLAY 2018

Was in Thunder Bay, ON
August 15 – 19, 2018

Stories are the diverse threads that God weaves together to form the tapestry of our lives.  They can be ancient, personal, intimate, and can help us find meaning and purpose.  We gather stories from each other and from our surroundings.

Our youth joined others from across Canada at threads, where all learned how to discern our God-given stories.

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