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Musical Recital this Sunday, April 23, @ 3pm, featuring the “Oldest Song in the World”

St. Philip’s Episcopal Church has a great tradition of music, with a unique blend of Anglican and African-American styles, such as Gospel, Jazz, and Spirituals. Calling upon the influences of all of these styles, we will present our own rendition of the Oldest Song in the World. In addition, we will also present a small …

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Thurgood Marshall Law Day with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer – May 13, 2017, @ 4PM

Join us at St. Philip’s Church on Saturday, May 13, at 4PM, for Evensong and a conversation, followed by Q&A, with the Honorable Stephen G. Breyer, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Justice Breyer joins us for this conversation as part of St. Philip’s Church’s annual Thurgood Marshall Law Day. Thurgood …

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Young Adults

Young Adults

With the recognition that being a young adult is a very particular stage of life and that having intentional time for discussion and fellowship with others traveling in that stage of life can be immensely helpful and encouraging, St. Philip’s has developed its young adult group, known as SPYA. SPYA gathers periodically for a variety …

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Children and Youth

Children of all ages are welcome at St. Philip’s! Our church offers a variety of ways for children to become integrated into our common life and to begin to develop a sense of their own relationship with God through Christ. In addition to the offerings listed below, children may also participate regularly in worship by …

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Worship at St. Philip’s

Worship at St. Philip’s is reflective of our history and culture as a church founded by African Americans but in the Episcopal/Anglican tradition. As Episcopalians, our form of worship is liturgical, which is to say that it follows an ordered sequence of prayers, scripture and hymns, based upon ancient patterns. Nevertheless, we continually strive to …

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