In-person worship has resumed! Click here for detailed guidelines and information about how to worship online. Information below is pre-pandemic and may differ from how we are currently worshipping.
We Are a Worshipping Community
Above all, St. Philip's is a community of believers who seek God weekly through worship, for it is in lifting His praises that our hearts are drawn back to Him and our spirits are nourished by His word and sacraments. Worship is the wellspring of our spiritual life, and we invite you to come and join us as we give praise to God.
Opportunities for Worship
8:15 a.m. ~ Holy Communion, Rite One (spoken)
10:30 a.m. ~ Principal Worship Service
Holy Communion on the first, third, and fifth Sundays and Morning Prayer on the second and fourth Sundays
8:00 a.m. ~ Morning Prayer, 1928 Book of Common Prayer (Chapel)
5:30 p.m. ~ Wednesdays Alive! (contemporary communion service)
mid-September through June
Please note that backpacks, suitcases, briefcases, and other large personal belongings are not permitted inside the sanctuary. We also ask that photographs not be taken during any worship services.
We are a community that worships God in the tradition of the Anglican Church, whose liturgy is simultaneously traditional and joyful. Our 8:15 a.m. service could be described as quiet and contemplative, and our 10:30 a.m. service as majestic and vibrant, drawing upon the rich tradition of both English and American hymnody. The Bible is foundational both for the preacher’s weekly sermon as well as the liturgy, and the words of Scripture ring clearly throughout the service in the prayers that shape our worship of God.
You can find more information about visiting St. Philip's on our What to Expect page.