• Welcome to St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Germantown
  • All are welcome
  • Vincentian values inform our worship and our service
  • The celebration of the liturgy is central to us
St. Vincent de Paul is a faith community striving to live Jesus' gospel message of love, peace, and justice for all peoples.

Mass Times

Sunday: 9am & 11am
Saturday: 4pm
Tuesday - Friday: 7am


Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King: St. Philip Neri Church, 437 Ridge Pike in Lafayette Hill will host a prayer and conversation gathering on Monday, January 16 with a choir prelude at 6:30 and prayer service at 7pm called A Dream in Black and White: Growing in Understanding as Catholics. All are welcome!

New Gospel Choir Director: Please pray for our former Gospel Choir Director, Darin Williams, who is leaving us to work full time at Holy Cross and welcome Dennis Rivera as our new Gospel Choir director.

Evangelization Brunch: If you are new to the church and want to find out more about the parish, please join us on Saturday, January 28th, from 10am until noon. You can call the office at (215) 438-2925 to sign up or for more information.

Retreat for Healing Sexual Abuse:Grief to Grace – Healing the Wounds of Abuse is an integrated psychological and spiritual program for anyone who has suffered degradation or violation through physical, emotional, sexual, or spiritual abuse. It is appropriate for anyone who has endured sexual abuse, rape, incest, or other forms of traumatic violation in childhood or adolescence. It is also appropriate for anyone who has been abused by clergy. The program will be held March 5th through March 10th 2017 at the Franciscan Spiritual Center in Aston, PA. Visit www.grieftograce.org for more information. To request an application, contact info@grieftograce.org or call 610-2013-2002.

Bible Study: On Wednesday, February 1st, we will begin a study on the book of James.


Latest News

Preparing the Way for National Migration Week

Preparing the Way for National Migration Week (January 8th to 14th, 2017), from the New Sanctuary Committee of St. Vincent de Paul Migrants and refugees are not pawns on the chessboard of humanity. They are children, women and men who leave or who are forced to leave their homes for various reasons, who share a […]

St. Vincent’s in the National Catholic Reporter

Recently, the National Catholic Reporter sat down with several parishioners from St. Vincent’s to discuss the role of our “social justice parish” in Germantown. Read the article here.

What is RUM?

What is the Reconciliation & Unity Ministry (RUM)? Are you called to join us? An Advent Invitation… RUM was formed in 2014 following the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, and the Ministry was tasked with exploring ways of facilitating dialogue and the development of relationships here at St. Vincent’s so that ”we may become […]

Recent Bulletins

Capital Campaign


Welcoming All to Raise the Roof!
The campaign for St. Vincent DePaul Parish in Germantown.

The Capital Campaign is up and running we've already raised over 1/2 our goal of $750,000! Stay tuned for more news and more ways to get involved. Please consider how you might donate your time, talent, and treasure to preserve the rich history of Catholicism in Germantown, and the important work of St. Vincent's ministries.

Read more about the campaign here.

Music Ministry CD Compilation “All Are Welcome!”

Now YOU can sing along with the choir! A CD featuring the music of our combined choirs and an original composition by our own, Darin Williams. This will make a great Christmas gift!

Price: $15
Available Dec. 4

Click here for the form. Print, fill out, and place in an envelope clearly marked “Music CD”. Checks should be made payable to St. Vincent de Paul Church. You may place it in the collection basket or give it to a member of music ministry.

All proceeds will go to St. Vincent's Music Ministry and the Capital Campaign.

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Daily Reflection

Tuition Scholarship Forms

St. Vincent families in need of financial help, who send
their children to Catholic Schools (Grammar and High School), can pick up a form in the back of the church. You must be an active parishioner.

Eucharistic Ministers for the Homebound

We have a few people in need of a monthly visit to distribute Holy Communion. If you can visit another person, please call Barbara Carey at (215) 438-2652.