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New Women’s Bible Study

A new Women's Bible Study will begin here at St. Philip's on February 2nd at 9:45 a.m. in Grace Hall. Becky Capt will facilitate the study group. The new study…

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Crossroads Outreach – How would you like to help?

Hello everyone! I just wanted to update you all about our Crossroads outreach. I never got it together enough last semester to send out an e-mail but we have still…

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Candlemas – The Feast of the Presentation

We will celebrate Candlemas -The Feast of the Presentation of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple on Thursday, February 2, 6:00 p.m. The service will begin in the chapel with…

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The Sr. Warden’s Look at 2022!

2022 began with a return to full communion with the common cup being approved by the diocese and the anticipation of an in-person diocesan council for the first time in…

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Rector’s Annual Report: 2023-The Year of the Mosquito

2022. It was a helluva year in so many ways. It was a hard year. A lot was taken from us. A lot was asked of us. And a lot…

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Christmas Services

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Children’s Bereavement Center – Welcome Brenda!

We're privileged and happy to welcome Brenda Faulkner to her new counseling space here at St. Philip's. Brenda will be located in the Children's Bereavement room next to Briscoe Hall.…

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Upcoming Taizé – Dia De Los Muertos

All Souls' Day, Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a religious observance that celebrates the life of those no longer with us. It is an innovative, creative way to…

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Celebrating the Feast of All Saints – November 6th

Come join us on Sunday, November 6th for the Feast of All Saints. We will read the names of our local saints at both services. If you would like to…

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The Feast of St. Francis of Assisi – Pet Blessing

Dogs dominated at our annual pet blessing on the lawn on Sunday. It was a beautiful afternoon and we had a large assortment of big and small . . . dogs! Some…

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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

  • We’re All Blessed – A Sermon On Matthew 5:1-12
    “Blessed.” Jesus says that word nine times in today’s gospel (Matthew 5:1-12). We often talk about ourselves or others as being blessed. “I’m blessed.” “She’s blessed.” “We’re really blessed.” You’ve said and heard those things, right? But here’s what I… Read More We’re All Blessed – A Sermon On Matthew 5:1-12
  • Rethinking Repentance – A Sermon On Matthew 4:12-23
    “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven has come near,” Jesus says in today’s gospel (Matthew 4:12-23) How’s that working for you? Who here has repented today? Anyone? No? Okay, well it’s still early, not even lunch time yet. Did anyone… Read More Rethinking Repentance – A Sermon On Matthew 4:12-23
  • What Are You Looking For? – A Sermon On John 1:29-42
    “What are you looking for?” That’s the question Jesus asks in today’s gospel (John 1:29-42). We’re now two weeks into the new year and I wonder, what are you looking for in 2023? It’s been seven and a half months… Read More What Are You Looking For? – A Sermon On John 1:29-42
  • My New Christmas Word – A Christmas Day Sermon On Luke 2:8-20
    The child has been born. Take a deep breath. Breathe in the truth of his birth. The child has been born. I love the Christmas Day liturgy. It’s one of my favorite liturgies of the whole year. It’s so different… Read More My New Christmas Word – A Christmas Day Sermon On Luke 2:8-20
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