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  • Recent Sermons Archive | St. Philip Episcopal

    Sermons - Audio & Video Click the BLUE links below to play Twenty Sixth Sunday after Pentecost 11/26/23 "Are We Sheep or Goats" Video First Sunday in Lent 2/18/24 "No Sympathy for the Devil" Video Second Sunday of Advent 12/10/23 "Prepare the Way of the Lord" Video Third Sunday of Advent 12/17/23 "Who Are You" Video Fourth Sunday of Advent 12/24/23 "For Nothing Will be Impossible with God" Video Christmas Eve 12/24/23 "Let Every Heart Make Room! " Video First Sunday of Christmas 12/31/23 "The Word Became Flesh and Lived Among Us" Video Epiphany Sunday 1/7/24 "Arise and Shine" Video Second Sunday of Epiphany 1/14/24 "Can Anything Good Come Out of Nazareth? " Video Third Sunday of Epiphany 1/21/24 "God may be mess'in with you" Video Sunday of Epiphany 1/28/24 "Bishop's Visit " Video Fifth Sunday of Epiphany 2/4/24 "He came and took her by the hand and lifted her up" Video Last Sunday of Epiphany 2/11/24 "The Light of the Transfiguration" Video

  • Worship - Live Streaming | St. Philip Episcopal

    First Sunday in Lent Play Video Last Sunday after the Epiphany Play Video Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany Play Video My Live Video Watch Live Live Fifth Sunday after th Epiphany Watch Live Live Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany Play Video Third Sunday after the Epiphany Play Video St. Philip Episcopal Church Watch Now Last Sunday after the Epiphany Play Video Share Whole Channel This Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Share Channel Info Close

  • 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 ​ ​ ​

  • Sermon this Week | St. Philip Episcopal

    Video of Service and Sermon the Week

  • Blessing of Animals | St. Philip Episcopal

    St. Philip Memphis Animal Blessings 2022 St. Philip Memphis Animal Blessings 2022 Donations to Memphis Animal Services! St. Philip Memphis Animal Blessings 2022 1/20

  • Choir & Music | St. Philip Episcopal

    Note: We hope to reinstate our choir soon. "Praise the Lord with the harp: s ing unto Him with the psaltery and an instrument of ten strings. Sing unto Him a new song; play skillfully with a loud noise." ~ Psalm 33:2-3 St. Philip Episcopal Church Pipe Organ Music Performed by Director of Music Ministry Dr. Richard S. Townley ​ Ensemble dandrieu_o_filii_et_filiae 00:00 / 08:23 van_noordt_psalm_24 00:00 / 05:28 Praetorius 00:00 / 04:51 "Virtual Bach" Part I J.S. Bach: "German Organ Mass" ​ "Virtual Bach" Part II J.S. Bach: "German Organ Mass" ​ "Virtual Bach" Part III J.S. Bach: "German Organ Mass" ​ "Virtual Bach" Part IV J.S. Bach: "German Organ Mass" ​

  • The Book of Common Prayer | St. Philip Episcopal

    The Book of Common Prayer ​ I have been amazed during my home visitations that many Episcopalians do not have their own copy of The Book of Common Prayer. Say what? EVERY Episcopalian should have their own copy or at least a family copy of our beloved prayer book. Among other things, we are known as Lenten People and as Easter People but Anglicans, especially, are also historically known as Prayer Book People. The Book of Common Prayer is not just a Sunday prayer book that is in the pews for Sunday worship. It was also designed to be used by the people of this faith community for home devotions, meditations and worship. The early vision of the Prayer Book was that it was to be used for the benefit of the church for worship and for the private use by the people. Until you can get your own copy, the download link of The Book of Common Prayer should be useful. The Book of Common Prayer. Fr. Terry + ​ ​

  • 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.

  • Giving | St. Philip Episcopal

    GIVING ONLINE Pledges and Donations Debit or Credit Card Giving We are excited to offer online payments for offerings through Tithely. Click on the secure link for pledges, discretionary fund, Memorials/Honorariums, and Altar Flower offerings. You may also give general donations. It will open up a secure checkout page on Tithely. Enter the amount of your offering and choose the fund from the drop-down menu. Enter your first & last names, your email address and credit card information. There is also a MEMO line for any additional information such as a name for a memorial offering. A confirmation email receipt will be sent to you confirming your payment. Please note that there will be a 3.5% charge to St. Philip for the use of this service. You may elect to pay this fee. ​ CLICK HERE TO GIVE ​ 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)

  • 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 2024 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!

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