News & Notes
St. Philip Lutheran School - April 1, 2021
THE WEEK AHEAD:
Thursday, April 1
- Maundy Thursday
- 9 a.m. Chapel
- 6:30 p.m. Worship in person and via Facebook Live
Friday, April 2
- Good Friday
- No School or Extended Care
- 6:30 p.m. Worship in person and via Facebook Live--2nd/3rd grade virtual recitation
Saturday, April 3
- 10 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt
Sunday, April 4
- Happy Easter--Christ is risen! He is risen, indeed! Alleluia!
- 10 a.m. Worship in person and via Facebook Live
Monday, April 5-Sunday, April 11
- Easter Break--No School
Monday, April 12
- School resumes
Journey Through Holy Week
We invite you to worship with us in person or via Facebook Live:
Maundy/Holy Thursday includes the celebration of Holy Communion at 6:30 p.m. on April 1
Good Friday is the commemoration of the crucifixion of Christ, with a worship service at 6:30 p.m. on April 2.
Easter worship is at 10:00 a.m. on April 4.
All are welcome.
A Very Happy Birthday to Principal Tennis!
Summer Camp 2021!
Continue to Save...
A message from our Director of Marketing & Enrollment - Mrs. Bateman
Happy Easter and Spring Break! Wishing each of your families a joyful and restful break. If you are traveling, or out and about, please consider taking our Flat Stanley: The Viking with you. You can then email your photos to me at email@example.com. I look forward to sharing the many adventures of Stanley!
The great things that are happening at St. Philip are spreading in our community...and we are blessed to have more tour and inquiry requests than ever before! If you have a family or neighbor that you think would be a great fit at St. Philip, we'd love the opportunity to meet with them and provide them with more information. Thank you in advance for helping us to grow our St. Philip community!
As a reminder, summer camp registration is open and spots are filling up. We offer weekly options from 1 -8 weeks and full or half day. To fill out our online application, visit https://www.stphiliplutheran.com/summer-camp.
Be sure to like our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/stphilipchicago to see all the exciting things we have going on and reference our website when you are in need of information such as dates, links to our tuition management website, and our church Facebook stream.
K/1 Zookeeper project: Research, revision, and letter writing
Join in our Spring Break Fun with flat Stanley: the viking!
Please refer to the latest City of Chicago Travel Guidelines when planning your spring trips
A Week of Marble Runs in Second and Third Grade
Check out what the Budlong Woods Library has in store this spring!
Let the Penny Wars Begin!
How does this work? Pennies count as positive. Any other coin or paper currency counts as a negative amount. Who will win? Cubs or White Sox? Ultimately, it is the people of the Texas District who will receive our chapel offering.
Our goal is $400.00 to help those in need.
Offerings collected: $133.00.
Let Us Pray For You
LET US PRAY
Each morning our staff gathers for devotions. During this time we pray for things on our hearts and minds. We thank God for sending his Son to die on the cross and wash away our sins. We ask God to keep us safe and healthy while we are on Easter break. We continue to pray for healing for all those affected by COVID and that all those who are eligible to receive the vaccine are able to easily schedule appointments. We pray for God's peace in our families. We pray for Dan Nosko as he recovers from surgeries this week. We pray for continued healing for Mr. Markworth's dad, as he has been released from the hospital and moved to rehab. We continue to pray for Nancy Noffke, Mrs. Miranda's mom, who is experiencing health challenges. Families, if you have any prayer requests, please email your child's teacher or Mrs. Tennis (firstname.lastname@example.org).
School Year Theme:
Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly with your God
Growing, Serving, Sharing Christ!
- Whole Child
- Academic Excellence