Come join us for our Annual African American read-in on February 4, 2018! The program will commence after 11AM service (approximately 12:30PM) Looking forward to seeing you there!
Services at 12 Noon and 6:30pm with imposition of Ashes at each service
Come support one of our St. Philip youth at the annual Absalom Jones service at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine! Holy Eucharist will be held February 10, 2018 at 10:30am Celebrant: The Rt. Rev. Andrew Dietsche, Bishop of New York Guest Speaker: Ruby Sayles, civil rights activist and national speaker All are welcome!
There will be one service held at 10am followed by the annual church meeting for members A vote will be for Vestry and Warden positions
Black History Month Annual African American Lecture Series Presents Book Talk and Singing: Loren Miller Civil Rights Attorney and Journalist Author Dr. Amina Hassan February 11th, 2018 Sponsored by the Senator Chuck Allen III Scholarship Fund
Come worship with us! Services are held at 9am and 11am! Join us for fellowship after 11am service!
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.
In response to the horrific events that have unfolded over the last 72 hours across our country, we will take some time following our service of worship this Sunday (10AM) to share our thoughts, outrage, revulsion, and, God-willing, our hopes about moving forward together as a community of faith and justice in Harlem. As you …
Let us come together as one community to raise our voice in prayer in an Interfaith Prayer Vigil for the Orlando Tragedy. Hosted by Integrity Harlem, an LGBT Ministry, the Interfaith Prayer Vigil will be held at 7pm at St. Philip’s Church 204 West 134 Street (btw Adam Clayton Powell & Frederick Douglas Blvds) New York, …
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 …