We are a Christ focused undergrad, grad, and young adult community devoted to study, prayer, cookies, board games, and pizza. We seek to deepen our relationship with Christ in a vibrant community of friends. We have students from Caltech, PCC, Art Center, and others as well as Young Adults who are not currently in school. Everyone is welcome!
We are affiliated with the nearest Catholic Church: St. Philip the Apostle.
PCC Catholic Student Fellowship
Thursdays, 12:05-1pm via Google Hangouts
Join other PCC students for prayer and a quality faith discussion! We are still meeting despite the chaos (we need this time because of the chaos!) and would love to have you join us virtually. New members very much encouraged!
Prayer and Study
Graduate/YA: Mondays, 7:30-8:30pm
Still Meeting on Zoom:
Take a break to connect with God's Word and pray with other students who know exactly how hard -yet important!- it was to take this time. Your breath of fresh air at the beginning of the week!
The meetings are in the Ministry Building (just north of the church).
Mass in Communion
Mass is suspended for the time being, but when it starts back up, look for us!
Tuesdays: Daily Mass at 12:05 and Adoration
Take a break from your week to connect with Jesus! Starting 3/10, look for the pew reserved for college students like yourself. Stay afterwards for some quiet conversation with the Blessed Sacrament.
Sundays: 5pm Mass (great praise band!)
Join other College and YA Catholics at St. Philip's 5pm Mass each Sunday!
For Caltech students, you can meet us to walk over together at 4:45pm on the corner of Holliston and San Pasqual.
For everyone: we'll be sitting in the pews on the left side of the church (facing the altar), across from the front-most confessionals. (Under the Jesus takes up the cross mosaic.)
Want to know more about us?
The feeling is mutual!
You can get it touch with us at: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or just to generally introduce yourself.
A Sample of Past Study Topics:
-Fr. Francis de Sales' "Thy Will Be Done"
-Nouwen's "Discernment: Reading the Signs of Everyday Life"
-C.S. Lewis' "Mere Christianity"
Chances to Serve!
Change It Up Each Month
The Singles Serving SFC hosts events each month on a Sat. Check out their page for details for this month.
The confirmation program and LifeTeen are looking for people exactly your age to facilitate small group discussions with high schoolers.
Participate in the Liturgy
Musicians, Lecturers, Eucharistic Ministers are always welcome!
Contact: for more information.
Koinonia Young Adult Community
St. Philip is blessed with two young adult communities:
the Small Faith Communities (SFCs) and Koinonia. You can find updates for Koinonia events on their Facebook page.
Bible Talk and Dinner:
Sundays after the 5pm Mass, Parish Center upstairs at the end of the hall