With activities and ministries for all ages, we seek to provide

opportunities for growth, worship, fun, and service.



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For a complete listing of service times please click here.


 

Thanksgiving Eve Service

Join us Wednesday 21 November at 6:30pm for our annual Thanksgiving Eve service.

 

 

All Earth Is Waiting

We invite the entire parish to join with the Christian Education class this Advent in reading together All Earth is Waiting: Devotions for the Season by Katie Z. Dawson. Copies are available (one per family) as a gift from St. Philip. Additional copies can be purchased from Amazon.com.


 

Boxers and Socks

Since our initial “Boxers and Socks” campaign, parishioners have continued to donate boxers, socks, and cold-wear clothing items from time to time. For this year’s Lenten/Easter project, let us renew our efforts to the “Boxers and Socks Ministry”. I
invite every household to bring boxers and athletic socks to the church and put them in our collection box.

The Manna House is a place of hospitality. Hospitality has been a cardinal virtue throughout the Judeo-Christian heritage. The Manna House is appropriately named as it freely offers grace and comfort to those in need. Besides offering personal hygiene items like clean underwear, socks, and hot showers, the Manna House provides a safe and friendly “living room” for the community to gather over a cup of coffee or cold drink. Manna House is directed by fellow Christians Kathleen Kruyeek and Peter Gathje and is managed by seasoned volunteers.


 

Beehives for Thistle and Bee

St. Philip's has partnered with Thistle and Bee to place four beehives on the campus (near the exit to the outdoor stations of the cross). As a host site, St. Philips is proud to support a local ministry that helps women who have survived prostitution, trafficking, and abuse. You can learn more about and support Thistle and Bee via their website www.thistleandbee.org.


Relief for Victims of the Recent Natural Disasters

Considering a way to assist the victims of the recent natural disasters in the U.S. and abroad? Episcopal Relief and Development is working in these areas to provide help to those impacted. You can donate through St. Philip by noting "Relief Fund" in the memo line of your check and placing it in the offering plate.

You can also donate directly to the Fund via their website.


 

 

 

 

 

  

 

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November 15, 2018

 

 

SundaY WORSHIP


8:00 AM ContemplAtive Service (no music)

Alternating RITE I and Rite II


10:30 AM Holy Eucharist,Organ & Choir

Alternating Rite I and Rite II

 

Children's Nursery

provided for all Sunday Services.

 

Wednesday Worship 


12:10 PM Holy Communion and Healing Service

 



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info@stphilipmemphis.org

 
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We are located at 9380 Davies Plantation Road, just north of the Stonebridge Golf Course and I-40. Exit I-40 at Canada Road.  Turn north and cross over the interstate.  Take an immediate left on Davies Plantation Road (just past the McDonald's) and go 0.8 miles.  St. Philip will be on your right just before the stop sign. CLICK HERE FOR LARGER MAP.


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To worship God in the Anglican Tradition, seek God's truth, grow in Christ, and proclaim God's Word to the world.

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