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  • Parish Life | St. Philip Episcopal

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

  • 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. ​ ​ ​

  • Hester May Boyd | St. Philip Episcopal

    Celebration of Life & Life Everlasting of Hester May Boyd September 10, 1923 - February 4, 2021

  • 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

  • Service Information | St. Philip Episcopal

    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 see people and families just like yours. Expect to feel at home. Expect to be with people who are committed to worship, fellowship and discipleship. ​ What Should I Wear Please be comfortable. There are no strict dress codes. Discretion is always appreciated. ​ What Time s are Services 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 singing. 12:10 PM on Wednesday offers Holy Communion and Healing Service.

  • Scouting Ministry | St. Philip Episcopal

    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.

  • Men's Club | St. Philip Episcopal

    Men's Club ​ Did you know, if you are an adult male and a member of St. Philip you are automatically a member of the Men's Club. Come join us for our next meeting. We enjoy a fellowship meal, discuss upcoming projects and activities, and get to know each other little better. We meet monthly on the 2nd Thursday at 6:30 in the Parish Hall. ​ ​ The Men of St. Philip continue to prepare a "Paul Bunyan" breakfast for our members, guests and visitors during the summer! ​ ​ ​ Gary Mullins President - Men's Club ​

  • Adult Christian Education | St. Philip Episcopal

    Adult Christian Education Sunday - 9:15 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. Our Current Study: 1/6

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