BECOME A PART OF OUR FAMILY
Join us on Sundays for worship and fellowship, contributing to the rich tapestry of our esteemed congregation. We look forward to welcoming you into our sacred space.
Mass & Holy Eucharist at 10:30am
Healing Service (3rd Sunday) at 10:30am
Monday at 6:00pm
Sunday at 10:00am - 10:20am
Order of Service
Our worship is anchored in the rich traditions of the Episcopal Church, following the esteemed guidance of the Book of Common Prayer and the Lectionary. The Episcopal service order meticulously adheres to the liturgical practices outlined in the Book of Common Prayer, providing a framework for our communal worship. The Lectionary, a carefully curated selection of scripture readings, guides our worship throughout the liturgical year, ensuring a thoughtful and comprehensive exploration of the Holy Scriptures. This intentional alignment with the Book of Common Prayer and Lectionary fosters a cohesive and spiritually enriching experience for our congregation, offering a sense of continuity and connection with the broader Episcopal tradition. Join us as we journey through the sacred rhythms of worship, guided by these time-honored resources that have shaped Episcopal worship for generations.
Ways You Can Serve
Serving the church at St. Philip’s Episcopal is not merely an act of devotion but an enriching journey of faith. Whether as lay clerks, musicians, or acolytes, individuals find meaningful ways to contribute to the spiritual community. Lay clerks play a crucial role in supporting clergy, ensuring the seamless flow of worship. Musicians bring their talents, creating a harmonious backdrop to our spiritual journey. Acolytes symbolize service, enhancing the reverence of our worship space. Engaging in various ministries, from outreach to education, offers diverse avenues for service. Serving at St. Philip’s is an embodiment of faith, enriching the collective spiritual experience within our cherished congregation.
Lector & Eucharistic Minister
Acolyte & Server