The church office is currently closed and all in-person church activities have been cancelled per Bishop Lawrence's directive and the stay-at-home order for the City of Charleston. We will be offering online worship Sundays at 10:30 during this time. PLEASE CLICK HERE for details! Please click here to join our email list.

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Rector's Update: Looking Ahead and Online Resources

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Dear Saint Philippians, Many of you have written and emailed to thank us for last Sunday’s online service; we are delighted that it was a blessing. As we move forward, still uncertain as to how long we will be prevented from worshipping together in the church, I want to provide you with some sense of what you may expect in the weeks to come. Because the situation is f...

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A Letter From the Rector: Cabin Fever and Being Still Before the Lord

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Dear St. Philip’s family, This past week of social distancing has been a surreal and difficult experience for the majority of Americans. Many are beginning to think that if the coronavirus doesn’t get them, “Cabin Fever” will. Not since World War II or the polio epidemic of the 1940s and 50s have the American people been so inconvenienced or threatened with long...

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Rector's Update: Church Activities Cancelled Through March 31

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Dear St. Philip’s Family, Yesterday afternoon, Bishop Lawrence ordered the closure of all churches in the Diocese for the next two weeks in an effort to comply with the government’s call for social distancing to combat the spread of the Coronavirus. In compliance with that directive, ALL activities at St. Philip’s Church are cancelled, effective immediately, throu...

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A Letter From the Rector Regarding COVID-19

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Dear St. Philip’s Family, We all share a justifiable anxiety about the threat posed by the spread of the novel coronavirus, and as your Rector, I want to assure you that we are monitoring the situation closely and saying our prayers daily. We are also taking some precautionary measures to ensure the safety and health of our parishioners in worship. We believe that Go...

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