Events

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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Wednesday Nights in June – T.A.G. (Talk About God) Sessions on Forgiveness

Join us for our T.A.G. (Talk About God) Series on Forgiveness every Wednesday night in June. Drawing on various resources from the ministry of Jesus to the work of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nelson Mandela, and the Book of Common Prayer, among other sources, we will explore the challenge and the implications of forgiveness.   This will be our last T.A.G. Session before …

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13th Congressional District Debate – Wednesday, April 13, at 6:30pm

St. Philip’s is a proud co-sponsor of the Faith Communities 13th Congressional District debate, which will take place on Wednesday, April 13, at 6:30pm, at Grace Congregational Church (310 W. 139th Street). Confirmed participants include Adam Clayton Powell IV, Clyde Williams, Assemblyman Keith Wright, Mike Gallagher, Assemblyman Guillermo Linares, Ed.D, and Ambassador Suzan Johnson Cook. …

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