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- Coffee Hour | Mysite
Our "Coffee Hour" St Philip is known for its hospitality and “coffee hour” following the Sunday worship services is a small way to make a big difference by welcoming our guests and visitors. This is usually much less than an hour, but sharing a cup of coffee and a donut among those with whom we worship deepens our relationships with others as a faith community. Everyone is encouraged to participate in the Parish Hall immediately following the services. Our Coffee Hour Hosts make this happen! This ministry comes with minimal Sunday morning responsibilities and is always looking for volunteers to help. If you are interested, contact the Parish office: email@example.com
- Altar Guild | Mysite
Altar Guild Have you ever wondered how the Altar is prepared for Communion? Who is responsible? The Altar Guild, who is made up of members from St. Philip, work regularly to ensure proper protocol is presented for all services. The Altar Guild is a wonderful, rewarding ministry and we're ALWAYS looking for new people. The only requirement is that you be a confirmed member of the church. You are not expected to work alone. A seasoned member of this ministry will always be working beside you. If you're interested, please contact the church office by email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Our Staff | Mysite
Clergy & Staff St. Philip Episcopal Church enjoys the dedicated services of clergy, staff members and volunteers who help fulfill our mission. Fr. Terry Street (901) 388-9830 email@example.com Rector Dr. Richard S. Townley Richard@bbfpc.com Director of Music Ministry Maera Montgomery (901) 388-9830 firstname.lastname@example.org Parish Secretary Jessica Heckle email@example.com Treasurer
- The Evangel | Mysite
The Evangel *The Evangel is published monthly, except in July Articles, news events, updates on your organization and more should be submitted to the Parish office. Have an article or an update, send it via email: firstname.lastname@example.org * As soon as we have information about when we can start full worship and activities again, we post the new monthly newsletter on this page. For the present time, we have posted our latest newsletter and will post Weekly Parish Updates and archive of newsletters and updates on the two subpages in this section.
- Missionary | Mysite
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.
- Scouting Ministry | Mysite
Scouting Ministry St. Philip opened their doors 13 years ago to Troop 10263. In 2017, they welcomed troops 10339 & 10007. Adding Troop 10343 later that year. In addition to allowing our troops to meet there, they also host our monthly service unit meetings and many additional Service Unit and Troop events. Despite recent surgery, Father Terry gave the invocation at our Investiture and Rededication Ceremony. He offered additional storage space for Troop 10339 during cookie season as well. The Parish assisted in collecting donations for the Memphis Animal Shelter with troop 10007 and the children's home in 2017. We have used their kitchen for World Thinking Day treats and other badge work cooking. The office includes Girl Scout updates and activities in their monthly newsletter as well. We couldn't ask for a better community partner. We are truly blessed to have St. Philip Episcopal Church and their staff as our hosts.
- Service Information | Mysite
I'm New.... What To Expect Expect to be warmly welcomed. Expect to be with people who enjoy being together, laughing and talking. Expect to be in a place where you can worship and love God in your own way. Expect to see people and families just like yours. Expect to feel at home. What Should I Wear Please be comfortable. There is no strict dress code in God's house. What Time s are Services We worship God in the Anglican tradition. 8:00 AM Sunday service is a contemplative service, with no music. 10:30 AM Sunday service is a full Holy Eucharist, with organ and choir. Holy Communion is provided at both services and all baptized Christians are welcome to receive the Holy Sacrament at the altar. If you are not a baptized Christian, please come up to the alter and receive a priestly blessing. ! We welcome everyone Both services offer -- Children's nursery. 12:10 PM on Wednesday offers Holy Communion and Healing Service.
- Adult Christian Education | Mysite
Adult Christian Education Sunday - 9:25 AM till 10:15AM Join us throughout the school year as we learn about the many aspects of the Bible, Christian worship and church history. We have several study series during the year. Each individual series has a book of study and accompanying video on the subject. We engage in group discussion that is open to everyone to share questions and reflection. Please join us during this time of learning and fellowship.