The St. Philip campus

The campus at 230 Woodbine St. in Old Louisville, is home to several non-profits (listed below) and a meeting place for various community groups, such as Narcotics Anonymous groups, a book group and local theater troupes. We strive to build relationships in the community, so please stop in and introduce yourself!

Chapel of St. Philip

We are a community of men and women from various Christian backgrounds.
We maintain the Chapel of St. Philip in the name of Jesus Christ, who teaches
us to love God and neighbor. Therefore, in His name, we strive to demonstrate
that love by serving those we live among, welcoming all people of good will.

The Woodbine Catholic Worker & Casa Latina

The Woodbine Catholic Worker, in the tradition of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin, is an intentional community of individuals concerned about immigrants, refugees and people who live on the margins. Justice, peace, and hospitality lie at the heart of our community.

The Woodbine Catholic Worker endeavors to offer hospitality during weekly potluck dinners open to all and the Casa Latina, a house of hospitality.

Please join us on Thursdays for a potluck dinner at 6 p.m. If you’re down on your luck, share in ours. After dinner, roll up your sleeves and help with the dishes, listen to a presentation or take part conversation, usually related to peace and justice.

We have a special mission currently to care for immigrants from Latin America at the Casa Latina and many of the workers are bilingual. For more information abou the Catholic Worker Movement, visit CatholicWorker.org.

La Casita Center

La Casita Center enhances the well-being of Louisville’s Latino community through education, empowerment, advocacy, and wellness. La Casita Center works intentionally to build a thriving community based on mutual support and respect. For more information, visit LaCasitaCenter.org.

JustFaith Ministries

JustFaith Ministries was birthed in the effort to invite and prepare people of faith for the life-changing and world-changing call of the Gospel to help heal the world and, in so doing, experience a deeper faith, a more fulfilling life, and a community of care and vitality. Visit JustFaith.org