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  • Home | St. Philip Episcopal

    St. Philip Episcopal Church READ MORE >> Welcome With activities and ministries for all ages. We seek to provide opportunities for worship, growth, fun and service. CELEBRATE WITH US THE HOLY EUCHARIST - To worship God in the Anglican Tradition- WORSHIP SERVICES Sunday Morning 8:00 AM Holy Eucharist, Contemplative Service (no music) ​ 10:30 AM Holy Eucharist, Music with organ Live Podcast CHILD CARE IS NOT PROVIDED AT THIS TIME. Wednesday 12:10 PM Healing Service with Holy Eucharist READ MORE >> Important Links: Worship Services, Meditations and Articles Worship this Week ​ Archive of Sermons ​ Fr. Terry Hosting"Faithfully Memphis" ​ Archive of Fr. Terry's Meditations and Articles ​ ​ ​

  • Recent Sermons Archive | St. Philip Episcopal

    Sermons - Audio & Video Click the BLUE links below to play First Sunday after Christmas 1//1/23 " The Feast of the Holy Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ and New Years " Video Third Sunday in Lent 3/12/23 "Sir, Give Me This Water" Video Epiphany Sunday 1/8/23 " Let it be" Video Fourth Sunday in Lent 3/19/23 "I Was Blind, but Now I See" Video First Sunday after Christmas 1//1/23 " The Feast of the Holy Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ and New Years " Video Second Sunday after Epiphany 1/15/23 Bishop Phoebe's Sermon Video Third Sunday after Epiphany 1/21/23 Morning Prayer Forth Sunday after Epiphany 1/29/23 "The Joy-attitudes" Video Fifth Sunday after Epiphany 2/5/23 "You are the Salt and the Light of the World!" Video Sixth Sunday after Epiphany 2/12/23 "Matters of the Heart" Video The Last Sunday after Epiphany 2/19/23 "The Light of the Transfiguration" Video First Sunday in Lent 2/26/23 "Away with you, Satan!" Video Second Sunday in Lent 3/5/23 "As the Wind Blows…" Video

  • Worship - Live Streaming | St. Philip Episcopal

    Fourth Sunday in Lent Play Video Third Sunday in Lent Play Video Second Sunday in Lent Play Video First Sunday in Lent Play Video St. Philip Episcopal Church Watch Now Third Sunday in Lent Play Video Share Whole Channel This Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Share Channel Info Close

  • Sermon this Week | St. Philip Episcopal

    Video of Service and Sermon the Week

  • Children's Ministry | St. Philip Episcopal

    Catechesis of the Good Shepherd At the very heart of our life in Christ at St. Philip you will find our children. The vision and understanding of the spiritual life of children which we embrace is that of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is an approach to the spiritual formation of children 3-12 years old which is based on Scripture and Liturgy with underpinnings in the Montessori Method of education. Developed in Rome over 50 years ago by Sofia Cavalletti and Gianna Gobbi, this work is sometimes described as the meeting ground of two Mysteries: the Mystery of God and the Mystery of the Child. The place of this encounter is the “atrium” classroom. These environments are specially prepared spaces with developmentally appropriate materials designed to help the child come closer to God. The atrium is a place of prayer, work, study, and community. There are separate environments for Level I (2 ½-6 years), Level II (1st-3rd grades), and Level III (4th-6th g rades). Catechesis of the Good Shepherd has been a mustard seed work for us at St. Philip. It began slowly in 1994 with an environment only for the youngest children, but has grown to include a full scope of this approach for children ages 2 ½ -12 years. In the gospel of Matthew Jesus holds up children as spiritual models when he says, “unless you change and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” They may be the smallest, but certainly not the least. We consider our children a very important part of who we are and we do all that we can to respect and to nurture their relationship with Christ.

  • Children & Youth | St. Philip Episcopal

    And they were bringing children to him that he might touch them, and the disciples rebuked them. But when Jesus saw it, he was indignant and said to them, “Let the children come to me; do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God. Truly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child shall not enter it.” And he took them in his arms and blessed them, laying his hands on them. (Mark 10:13-16) ​ The Vestry of St. Philip Episcopal Church made a promise and pledge. We made our commitment to grow our children’s and youth ministry. We have become an older congregation. The “heyday” of children and youth filling our halls has pasted. It is time for a fresh start. Perhaps the COVID-19 crisis has a blessing at the end. Families are returning to faith and worship. It is a new beginning at St. Philip. We have in place an outstanding children’s Sunday School with "The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd." We have a small nucleus of youth who serve the church as Acolytes. We have a base/softball field. It needs work, but we can improve it to make a place for children and youth teams to practice or have games. We have a modern playground for children to use. We have much maintained open ground where soccer fields can be lined out and used. We have gym space where volleyball games can be played. This same space is excellent for youth to meet. We have our Girl Scouts meetings there. We could also use the gym for children’s basketball games. Yes, we have strong will to grow our ministry for children and youth. Please, help us! Bring your children and youth with you if you are visiting. Make this your church home. I guarantee, you will have many grandparents who will love your family and welcome you into this parish home. ​ ​ ​

  • Veterans Honor Display | St. Philip Episcopal

    St. Philip Veteran Information Full Name & Rank Branch of Service Start Date - End Date Military Job Title Special Recognition Please email a photograph to go along with your placard to . It may be a photograph during your service or a more recent photograph. You may also drop the photo in the folder marked VETERANS on the church office door to be scanned. Your photograph will be returned. This form will be available until November 30th. Thank you for your service. Submit

  • Parish Life | St. Philip Episcopal

    At St. Philip, We Pray Together. . . Play Together. . . Work Together. . . ​ To Enjoy and Further the Kingdom of God! ​

  • Pledge Cards: STEWARDSHIP | St. Philip Episcopal

    Name Address Phone Email Accept this pledge as an expression of gratitude for all the blessings of this life and for the blessings God calls me to be. I pray for the grace to honor the practice of proportional giving: ​ Given: ​ Total Pledge for 2023 to St. Philip Episcopal Church: ​ To the glory of God, I prayerfully submit my pledge Weekly Monthly Quarterly Annually Click Here to Confirm your Pledge May The Lord bless and keep you!

  • Giving | St. Philip Episcopal

    GIVING ONLINE Pledges and Donations Debit or Credit Card Giving We are excited to offer now online payments for offerings through Square. Click on these secure links* for pledges or discretionary fund offerings. It will open up a secure checkout page on Square. Enter the amount of your offering, your email address, full name and credit card information. A confirmation email receipt will be sent to you confirming your payment. We hope this might be useful, particularly during this time. Please note that there will be a 3.5% charge to St. Philip for the use of this service. These links will work with Google Chrome, Edge (new version) and Firefox browsers for computers. Also, for Android, Apple phones and tablets. They will not work with Microsoft Internet Explorer. * PLEDGES & DONATIONS DISCRETIONARY * If you want to make a donation to a specific ministry or fund, please email the the Treasurer of St. Philip to indicate your designated contribution. Thanks! BECOME A VOLUNTEER Volunteer is defined as a person who freely offers to take part in an enterprise or undertake a task. ​ There is something more to becoming a person who freely gives time and effort to the work of Christ at St. Philip. ​ The feeling of the heart (sometimes called the reason of the heart) is the foundation of being a volunteer in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. It is our challenge to respond to that feeling. ​ Yes, it is our faith that brings us to give our actions freely. HOW YOU CAN HELP The most important thing you can do is to PRAY ! This is a simple act that will make our ministries grow in the parish. When we pray, the Lord hears us. We need workers who will spend the time in the various ministries at St. Philip. If there is something you want to do, speak to a Vestry member or Ft. Terry. The still small voice of the Lord calls you from your prayers. How will you respond? ​ As you pray, be aware that the Lord may call you into a leadership position. It is a simple matter that sometimes you can go beyond your comfort level. Many times, leadership is not sought out, it just happens. Leadership results from of a prayerful harmony of events. ​ Be open to hear a call that rises from your prayers. ​ ​ ​ Read More >> WE NEED YOUR HELP The Harvest Is Plentiful, the Laborers Few ​ And Jesus went throughout all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues and proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom and healing every disease and every affliction. When he saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.” ( Matthew 9:35-38)

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