Join the Episcopal churches of Harlem as we gather this week at St. Philip’s Church for worship and fellowship and to uphold one another in our common Lenten journey. Our service will be a service of Holy Eucharist, followed by a light meal. All are invited and welcome.
Please be advised that due to the weather conditions, the date for the Manhattan North IPC Lenten service HAS BEEN CHANGED TO Thursday, March 16, at 7pm, at Church of the Intercession. The Church of the Intercession is located at 550 West 155 Street (Broadway and 155 Street).
St. Philip’s vestry member Tod Roulette joins Nat Trotman, Curator of Performance and Media and the Guggenheim Museum, for an in-depth conversation about the work of artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres, whose 1991 sculpture “Untitled” (Public Opinion) is currently on view at St. Philip’s Church.
St. Philip’s Church will say Evening Prayer and offer Stations of the Cross each Friday in Lent at 6pm. Fridays in Lent are as follows: * Friday, March 3 * Friday, March 10 * Friday, March 17 * Friday, March 24 * Friday, March 31 * Friday, April 7 All are invited and welcome.
The deadline to receive names and applications for candidates HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15! We are excited to announce that we are officially receiving names for prospective candidates to be the next rector of St. Philip’s Church. Interested candidates may find our Parish Profile on the Welcome Page of this website. Candidates are invited …
Join us for Ash Wednesday services on Wednesday, March 1, at 7am, 12pm (noon), or 6:30pm. At each service there will be imposition of Ashes. We will also offer Holy Communion at both noon day and 6:30pm services. Imposition of ashes will also be available throughout the day, if you cannot attend a service.
On Sunday, February 19, from 4pm – 6pm, join us at St. Philip’s Church, in conjunction with the Warriors of the Dream, for The Wisdom of Harlem: Our History, Our Culture, Our Conversation. This afternoon of building sacred community will include: The Warriors of the Dream African Drums, Jay Hoggard, Derrick Cross/’D Cross’, Fatima Logan …
The St. Philip’s Church Black History Month Series continues on Sunday, Feb. 12 @ 1pm with a viewing of the short film, “The Black Fives.” A discussion will follow with Claude Johnson, Executive Director of the Black Fives Foundation. The film gives a perspective on the pre-NBA history of African Americans in basketball, through the …
The NYC City Council District 9 Candidate’s Forum, scheduled to be held tonight at St. Philip’s Church has been cancelled, due to the inclement weather. Please visit the candidates’ websites for further information and possible other appearances. Remember, the vote for a new representative will be held during the special election on February 14.
The Annual Meeting of St. Philip’s Church will take place on Sunday, January 22, 2017. There will be one service only at 10AM, followed immediately by the annual meeting.