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Blessing of the Animals

Join us Sunday 7 October for the annual blessing of the animals. Bring your pets to this brief, outdoor service where we will give thanks for and offer a blessing for the creatures who so richly bless our lives.


St. Philip Feast Day

Join us Sunday 14 October for a special celebration of St. Philip Feast Day. There will be a St. Philip Feast Day Liturgy celebrated during our worship services and an Octoberfest family picnic following the 10:30 am service.
We ask that our members bring salads, side dishes, and desserts. Bratwursts and hotdogs
will be served.

Unafraid This Fall

 We know Jesus tell us, “Do not be afraid,” but with everything going on in the world how is it possible not to be anxious? In this 5-week study based on his book Unafraid: Living with Courage and Hope in Uncertain Times, Adam Hamilton explores the worries and fears most of us experience. In this series we identify fears and discover practical steps for overcoming them . . . all in the light of Scripture and a faith that promises again and again that we can live with courage and hope. In this book, Hamilton "shows how to untangle the knots we feel" and "understand and counter fears." The  series will run September 16 through October 14.

Ladies Bible Study

The Women’s Bible Study begins on Tuesday, September 11, at 10:30 and will go through Oct. 30. We will be meeting in Bernard Hall . The topic of the study will be Raised Together: A Study of Colossians by Gloria Furman. Margaret Brooks will be leading this DVD guided study. Workbooks will be available for purchase at the first session.

Boxers and Socks

Since our initial “Boxers and Socks” campaign, parishioners have continued to donate boxers, socks, and cold-wear clothing items from time to time. For this year’s Lenten/Easter project, let us renew our efforts to the “Boxers and Socks Ministry”. I
invite every household to bring boxers and athletic socks to the church and put them in our collection box.

The Manna House is a place of hospitality. Hospitality has been a cardinal virtue throughout the Judeo-Christian heritage. The Manna House is appropriately named as it freely offers grace and comfort to those in need. Besides offering personal hygiene items like clean underwear, socks, and hot showers, the Manna House provides a safe and friendly “living room” for the community to gather over a cup of coffee or cold drink. Manna House is directed by fellow Christians Kathleen Kruyeek and Peter Gathje and is managed by seasoned volunteers.




Beehives for Thistle and Bee

St. Philip's has partnered with Thistle and Bee to place four beehives on the campus (near the exit to the outdoor stations of the cross). As a host site, St. Philips is proud to support a local ministry that helps women who have survived prostitution, trafficking, and abuse. You can learn more about and support Thistle and Bee via their website www.thistleandbee.org.

Relief for Victims of the Recent Natural Disasters

Considering a way to assist the victims of the recent natural disasters in the U.S. and abroad? Episcopal Relief and Development is working in these areas to provide help to those impacted. You can donate through St. Philip by noting "Relief Fund" in the memo line of your check and placing it in the offering plate.

You can also donate directly to the Fund via their website.








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October 18, 2018




8:00 AM ContemplAtive Service (no music)

Alternating RITE I and Rite II

10:30 AM Holy Eucharist,Organ & Choir

Alternating Rite I and Rite II


Children's Nursery

provided for all Sunday Services.


Wednesday Worship 

12:10 PM Holy Communion and Healing Service






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We are located at 9380 Davies Plantation Road, just north of the Stonebridge Golf Course and I-40. Exit I-40 at Canada Road.  Turn north and cross over the interstate.  Take an immediate left on Davies Plantation Road (just past the McDonald's) and go 0.8 miles.  St. Philip will be on your right just before the stop sign. CLICK HERE FOR LARGER MAP.

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