For two weeks beginning Wednesday, January 13, the church office will be closed Fridays with staff working remotely, there will not be Wednesdays Alive! services, and all Sunday services will be Morning Prayer. Click here for complete details. PLEASE CLICK HERE for our in-person worship details and for information about worshipping from homePlease click here to join our email list.

X Close Menu

News

News

Subscribe to the RSS Feed
  • Featured Posts
  • All Posts

Worship With Us On Sunday!

Brian McGreevy 2019-500x333

Worship with us on the Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost, October 11--the Reverend Brian K. McGreevy will be preaching. We are offering in-person worship with services of Holy Communion at 8:15 and Morning Prayer at 10:30 a.m.! If you reserved space, you may get checked in and seated by an usher beginning 45 minutes before the start of the service; the ushers will begin se...

Keep Reading

Daily Devotion with Andrew O'Dell: October 8

News--Devotion O'Dell October 8

To make Jesus the cornerstone of your life, you must learn how to communicate with him and get to know him. Today, the Rev. Andrew O'Dell offers you a practical, step-by-step guide to making that happen, no matter where you are on your journey. "Thus says the Lord: 'Let not the wise man boast in his wisdom, let not the mighty man boast in his might, let not the rich man...

Keep Reading

St. Philip's 1978 Organ Console Gets a 2020 Rebuild

News--organ

Over the past two weeks, you’ve likely noticed our increased use of the piano and the gallery organ at the back of the church. The reason for this change was that our main organ console, located in the chancel, had been gutted and sent to the organbuilders’ shop in Denver, North Carolina, for refurbishment. This organ, our third in this building, was built in 1978 by t...

Keep Reading

Daily Devotion with Justin Hare: October 6

News--Devotion Hare October 6

In today's devotion, the Rev. Justin Hare expands on the topic of his September 27 sermon, exploring beyond the humiliation to the exaltation of Jesus Christ in Philippians 2:5-11. What encouragement do we get from Jesus' exaltation, beginning with his death on the cross? "Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name, so tha...

Keep Reading

Worship With Us On Sunday!

Andrew-ODell-2019-500x333

Worship with us on the Eighteenth Sunday After Pentecost, October 4...

Keep Reading

Daily Devotion with Andrew O'Dell: October 1

News--Devotion ODell October 1

While St. Paul was imprisoned, he wrote in his letter to the Philippians, "It is my prayer that your love may abound more and more." You may be feeling out of sorts, but don't let that make you ignore God's calling, because if there was ever a time that the people of God need to be the people of God, it's right now....

Keep Reading

Daily Devotion with Brian McGreevy: September 29

News--Devotion McGreevy September 29

Learn today about Joseph Addison, a famed British essayist and the author of Cato...

Keep Reading

Ministry in the Time of COVID-19

News--Ministry in the time of COVID-19

That title sounds like it belongs to a science fiction novel, one that would open, “It all started while the world was still spinning but suddenly came to a halt. It seemed that all social mores were lost as the gravity of the pandemic gripped the once bustling planet. A silent planet it became, for the noise of machine and man came to a rest. Birds once forgotten could ...

Keep Reading

Join Us For Holy Communion on Sunday!

Justin Hare 500x333

We are offering in-person worship with services of Holy Communion at 8:15 and 10:30 a.m.! If you reserved space, you may get checked in and seated by an usher beginning 45 minutes before the start of the service; the ushers will begin seating those without reservations on a first-come, first-served basis five minutes before each service. Note that the 10:30 service did rea...

Keep Reading

Daily Devotion with Brian McGreevy: September 24

News--Devotion McGreevy September 24

Today, the Rev. Brian McGreevy shares the story of Isaac Watts, a prodigy who became perhaps the most prolific hymn writer of England, writing at least 750 hymns after his father, a minister, challenged him to make a change to church music. "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross," like all of Watts's hymns, is loaded with good theology, and it is an intensely personal hymn that...

Keep Reading
Subscribe