This week at SPN

This weekend marks the 2nd Sunday of Lent (Feb 27/28).  In this weekend’s readings, we hear about the transfiguration of Jesus.  This is one of the miracles of Jesus and is unique among his others in that the miracle happens to Jesus himself. The transfiguration is a pivotal moment as it is the meeting place between the temporal and the eternal, with Jesus himself as the connecting point, acting as the bridge between heaven and earth.

We are still offering our daily weekday Mass at 8:30 am and our four weekend Masses.  Attendance is limited to 30. To pre-register for a Mass or for more information about attending Mass, please click here.

If you are unable to join us for Mass in person, we now live-stream our Saturday 5 pm Mass and Sunday 9:30 am Mass.  

As pandemic measures are limiting our ability to attend church in person, please take advantage of our Lenten resources to assist you as you continue to journey  through Lent.  For more information about these resources, go to our News & Events tab or click here.

Lenten Resources







Monday to Friday: 8:30 am

Saturday: 5:00 pm & 7:00 pm

Sunday: 9:30 and 11:30 am

Pre-registration for  Masses is requested.  Register by clicking on the button above or call the parish office, (306) 343-0325.

Monday to Friday:  9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Due to Covid-19, the Sacrament of Reconciliation is by appointment only.

Please call Fr. Mike Dechant OMI  (306) 850-9075 or Fr. Ken Forster OMI  (306) 715-5064 to arrange an appointment time.



Welcome to St. Philip Neri Parish.

We invite you to look around our active and vibrant faith community!  Learn about our committees and groups , find out which schools we serve, or read the weekly messages from our pastors, Fr. Mike and Fr. Ken.

Can’t find the info you want? Give us a call, and we’ll be sure to help you find what you need. 

Better yet.  Join us for one of our weekday or weekend Masses.  We’d love to get to know you!

Joyfully Building up the Church

“What should be done then my friends?
Let all things be done for building up.” 
(1 Corinthians 14:26)