We feel blessed with a deep and abiding spirituality that makes worship our most important time spent together.
Our worship is taken from the Book of Common Prayer. We use Rite II for both services. Those who are moved to worship more quietly attend the early service at 8:15 a.m. Those who like to 'make a joyful noise' are drawn to the 10:15 a.m. service, which is celebrated with music.
Roburt Gajdos serves as our organist, and other members of the congregation often share their musical talents in worship.
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Volunteers are needed for our scripture selections and for the Prayers of the People, among some other opportunities to serve the community during our worship. There’s a signup sheet in the back and we can use your help.
Our Altar Guild is always looking for people to help set up for services.
A small group of singers helps lead and anchor the music at the 10:15 AM service on Sundays. There is a short practice around the piano most Sundays after the second service. All are welcome to join in. See Roburt Gajdos or Robert Calabrese.
The labyrinth offers a way of prayer and reflection that many people find deeply meaningful. It was created in the fall of 2008 by a group of parishioners led by Liz, and Hank contributed the stone plate at the center. See a picture or read more about labyrinths.
The parish prayer list is updated weekly. See the weekly announcements.
Members of St. Philip's gather between services most Sundays to explore and discuss the meaning of the the Scripture readings for the day, starting at around 9 AM, unless something else has been scheduled during that time. Check the calendar or the weekly announcements for schedule information.
St. Philip's Church is available for weddings. Read more.