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Palm Sunday 2021

An Invitation to Walk through Holy Week

Holy Week is believed to have developed in Jerusalem in the fourth century. The Easter Vigil, one of the oldest of the church's liturgies was already in existence at this…

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Sunday School Uvalde, Texas

Moving Forward with Sunday School and Childcare

Over the last few weeks the vestry has met several times to discuss whether to resume further in-person activities at St. Philip’s. After consultation with local physicians and in light…

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Barbara Edwards

A 2021 DWTX Council Experience and Recap

By: Barbara Edwards “Nevertheless, the kingdom has come near.”  That was the theme of the 2021 Diocesan Council which was held in February. Because it was my first time serving…

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Welcome LaSabra Venegas – New Church Secretary

We are pleased to introduce you to LaSabra Venegas, the new church secretary here at St. Philip's. LaSabra graduated from Uvalde High School in 2017 and is currently enrolled at…

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The Feast of the Epiphany

We will celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, at 6:00 p.m., via Facebook Live. As you know, the Feast of the Epiphany commemorates the magi visiting…

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Hope, Courage, and Confidence – A New Book Study

“What does it mean to live a life in the Spirit of Jesus Christ?” That’s the question Henri Nouwen asks and to which he responds with his book, Reaching Out…

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DWTX Camps and Conferences

It’a time for a Retreat! DWTX’s Upcoming Camp Events 

Nestled amidst beauty, founded on fun, rooted in faith.  It's that time of year - time to sign up for some much needed time away at one of the three…

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Read The Rev. Dr. Michael K. Marsh’s Sermons

AN EPISCOPAL PRIEST’S SERMONS, PRAYERS, AND REFLECTIONS ON LIFE, BECOMING HUMAN, AND DISCOVERING OUR DIVINITY

RSS Interrupting the Silence

  • Here’s My Question – An Easter Sermon On Mark 16:1-18
    Alleluia. Christ is risen. I wonder what that means for you today and why it matters. I don’t think we can understand what today really means apart from this past week. Without Holy Week we risk coming to this day and asking, “Risen from what?” We risk coming to this day believing it is only […]
  • Waiting – A Sermon On Matthew 27:57-66
    Here’s my question. What are you waiting for? And what is your hope on this day? The thing that makes Holy Saturday so difficult, that makes this gospel text so unsatisfying, that leaves my sermon lacking is that there is no resolution. There is only waiting.  You’ve had days like that, so have I. And […]
  • A Call For Change – A Sermon On John 18:1-19:42
    Here’s my question. What is the cross of Jesus asking for in your life today? And what is it showing you?  Most of us come to Good Friday believing that the cross gave us something. Most of us come to this day saying that “Jesus died for our sins.” I’m not so sure anymore. I […]
  • Coming Clean About Ourselves – A Sermon On John 13:1-17, 31-35
    Here’s my question. What in you needs to come clean tonight? And what is your fear about that? This is not about whether you will wash someone’s feet or take off your shoes and socks and let your feet be washed. This is about your own sense of worthiness and whether you are enough.  I […]
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