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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 Wednesday 12:10 PM Healing Service with Eucharist CHILD CARE IS NOT PROVIDED AT THIS TIME. ​ 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 ​ ​ ​

  • Worship - Live Streaming | St. Philip Episcopal

    Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost Play Video Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost  Play Video Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost Play Video Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost Play Video St. Philip Episcopal Church Watch Now Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost  Play Video Share Whole Channel This Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Share Channel Info Close

  • Recent Sermons Archive | St. Philip Episcopal

    Sermons - Audio & Video Click the BLUE links below to play Sixth Sunday of Easter 5/14/23 "I Will Not Leave You Orphaned!" Video Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost 8/20/23 "" Video Seventh Sunday of Easter 5/21/23 "So That They My Be One" Video Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost 8/27/23 "Who Do You Say That I Am" Video A Day of Pentecost 5/28/23 "So That They My Be One" Video Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost 9/3/23 "Stumbling Blocks and the Cross of Discipleship" Video Holy Trinity 6/4/23 "In the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit" Video Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost 9/3/23 "Where Two or Three are Gathered..." Video Second Sunday after Pentecost 6/11/23 "I Desire Compassion, and not Sacrifice" Video Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost 9/17/23 "Seventy Seven" Video Third Sunday after Pentecost 6/18/23 "Here I Am; Send Me" Video Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost 9/24/23 "Workmen in the Vineyard: Amazing Grace" Video Fourth Sunday after Pentecost 6/25/23 "For His Eye Is on the Sparrow, And I Know He Watches Me " Video Sixth Sunday after Pentecost 7/9/23 "I Will Give You Rest" Video Seventh Sunday after Pentecost 7/16/23 "Seeds of Faith" Video Eighth Sunday after Pentecost 7/23/23 "The Weed Business" Video Ninth Sunday after Pentecost 7/30/23 "Seeds of Grace" Video The Feast of the Transfiguration 8/6/23 "The Feast of the Transfiguration" Video Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost 8/13/23 "Take Heart! Do Not Be Afraid" Video

  • Stewardship Articles | St. Philip Episcopal

    Feel-Good Giving 2 Corinthians 9:5; 7: So I (Paul) thought it was necessary to urge these brothers and sisters to go to you ahead of me and get ready in advance the gift you promised to make. Then will it be ready when I arrive, and will show that you give because you want to, not because you to have to. . . You should each give, then, as you have decided, not with regret or out of a sense of duty; for God loves the one who gives gladly. . . ​ A few years ago, a Christian denomination did a study concerning stewardship. The study included various realms of giving, which included the offering of money, time, and talents. What the study concluded was that the people felt a sense of guilt with what they were giving. So contrary to a popular stewardship theme among many congregations, “Give until it hurts”, the real pain was because people felt, as individuals, they could do more, a lot more, than what they were doing. In terms of donations, let us consider “Feel-Good Giving” -- Giving until it feels good! ​ Stewardship is a time of spiritual self-reflection. It is when we take a moment to prayerfully reflect on our commitment to God in terms of sharing our time, talents, and money. As we take this spiritual inventory of ourselves, we need to prayerfully consider what to donate. After all, it is a spiritual promise to our Lord. ​ In this vow, let us look upon stewardship with joy. After all, it is true thanks to God. Donations of our time, talents, and money should be “Feel-Good Giving”.

  • Newsletters Archive | St. Philip Episcopal

    Newsletters and Weekly Update Archive Weekly Parish Newsletter ​ 2021 Sept. 5, 2021 Sept. 12, 2021 Sept. 19, 2021 Sept. 26, 2021 Oct. 3, 2021 Oct.10, 2021 Oct.17, 2021 Oct.31, 2021 Nov. 14, 2021 Nov. 21, 2021 Dec. 5, 2021 Dec.18, 2021 2022 Jan.1, 2022 Feb. 6, 2022 Feb. 13, 2022 Feb. 20, 2022 Mar. 6, 2022 Mar. 13, 2022 Mar. 20, 2022 Mar. 27, 2022 Apr. 3 2022 Apr. 10 2022 Apr. 17 2022 Apr. 24 2022 Monthly Newsletters 2020 March 2020 ​ February 2020 ​ January 2020 2019 December 2019 ​ November 2019 ​ October 2019 ​ September 2019 ​ August 2019 ​ June & July 2010 ​ April 2019 ​ March 2019 ​ February 2019 ​ January 2019

  • Parish Life | St. Philip Episcopal

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

  • ECW | St. Philip Episcopal

    The ladies of St. Philip at the Christmas Ornament Exchange Party If you are a female member of the church, you are a member of the Episcopal Church Women of St. Philip ! Please join us for our monthly luncheon meetings, held on the first Sunday of each month excluding the summer months about 12:00 PM (after second service) in Bernard Hall. Look for dates and times in our weekly newsletter. ​ Ongoing Events & Ministries: ​ Emmanuel Center "Welcome" Baskets Thistle & Bee Ministry Collections Pickle Making Parties Spring & Fall Bake Sales Coffee Hour Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper Lenten Soup Suppers Receptions: Bishop's Visit, Confirmations, Baptisms, Weddings etc. Annual Christmas Exchange Decorating Chrismon Tree and More! ​ ​ ​ Betty Albert ECW President 2021-2024 ​ Lunch for Campers & Staff at Camp Able - St. Columba!

  • Charles Wilburn | St. Philip Episcopal

    To the memory of the Lord's servant, Charles Wilburn Funeral Service -- Audio Funeral Service -- Video

  • 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!

  • Missionary | St. Philip Episcopal

    Midwife is very happy about the new development on the maternal waiting house as evidenced by her brilliant smile. ​ This special clinic building is for women living in the bush who are at risk of losing their babies or their own lives are at risk. It is a unique structure especially in the remote area of Lofa County in the area infamously known as The Blood Diamond Fields! Some of our children in Mbalatahun, precious blossoms of God Picture of three of the leprosy patients. This is an example of the roads traveled on each mission to and from Monrovia, Liberia to the village of Mbalatahun, “the village of healing” in Bantu. It is the mission's center where, despite the hardship of 14 to 15 hour journey, we serve for God’s Glory and in memory of Fr. Stevens Portrait of Father Gerald Lee Anthony Stevens, Earthly founder of The Fellowship of the Cross. This portrait hangs in the chapel of the monastery which is being renovated.

  • Holy Eucharist | St. Philip Episcopal

    Receiving Communion All baptized Christians are welcome to receive the Blessed Sacrament if they so desire and are prepared. If you do not wish to receive the bread or the wine, cross your arms over your chest and the priest will give you a blessing. To receive Communion, kneel at the Altar rail, if able, and hold your hands one on top of the other with your palms up. The priest will place the bread in your hand. If you wish to receive the wine by intinction (dipping the host in the wine), continue to hold the bread in your hand and the L.E.M. will dip it in the wine and place it on your tongue. If you do not wish to receive the wine, cross your arms over your chest and the L.E.M. will pass by. If you are unable to come to the Altar, please notify an usher and Communion will be brought to you. ​

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