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Worship With Us on the Second Sunday in Lent!

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Join us for worship on the Second Sunday in Lent! The Reverend Jeffrey S. Miller will be preaching; read on for in-person and online options....

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Welcome Home, Carolyn Warlick!

News--Welcome Home Carolyn

On Sunday evening, February 21, a large crowd gathered in front of Bill and Carolyn Warlick’s home to bear witness to the faithfulness of God in bringing Bill and Carolyn through a long and unbelievably challenging time. We were there to praise God for his goodness in the incredible healing He has worked already and for the ongoing healing that He is still working in Car...

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The St. Philip's Choir Is Going to London!

News--St. Paul's

The St. Philip's Choir has been invited to serve as the resident choir at St. Paul's Cathedral in London the week of August 15–21, 2022, and all parishioners are invited to join us on this exciting adventure––you could even come along as a new choir member!...

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Worship With Us On the First Sunday in Lent!

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Join us for worship on the First Sunday in Lent! The Reverend William K. Christian will be preaching; read on for in-person and online options....

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Praying for Our Missionaries (and Clergy!)

News--Lamb Prayer

It has been said that there are two ways to support missions: to be a missionary, or give financially to support a missionary. But this viewpoint overlooks one of the most vital and important elements of mission, and one in which we can all play a role: prayer!...

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Worship With Us on the Last Sunday of Epiphany!

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Join us for worship on the Last Sunday of Epiphany! The Reverend Justin C. Hare will be preaching; read on for in-person and online options....

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Why I Tithe; or, The Wedding Dress

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I began tithing sometime after college when I began my first job. Despite being a young believer, I understood that tithing was a way to show God how much I trusted Him to provide for me. Then a speaker came to St. Philip’s in the mid-1980s whose message greatly impacted my thinking about giving. I was challenged not only to tithe, but to see everything I had as God...

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Worship With Us on the Fifth Sunday of Epiphany!

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Join us for worship on the Fifth Sunday of Epiphany! The Reverend Andrew R. will be preaching; read on for in-person and online options. ...

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A Yellow Legal Pad, a Ugandan Fishing Village, and a Snake!

News--Gurley Uganda

Jesus nudged me to write out the gospel in preparation for a Sharing of Ministries Abroad (SOMA) mission trip to Uganda in May of 2011. On a yellow legal pad I wrote the story of Jesus walking on the shore of Lake Galilee. He watched Simon and Andrew as they cast their nets into the sea and said to them, “Come follow me and I will make you into men who catch people inste...

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Daily Devotion with Justin Hare: February 2

News--Devotion Hare February 2

In today's devotion, the Rev. Justin Hare looks at the exorcism that Jesus performs in the gospel passage from this past Sunday, Mark 1:21-28, in order to bring clarity on what it really means to be a Christian....

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