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Three Days of Remembrance

Like All Saints' Day and 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…

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St. P’s Continues Partnership with Crossroad’s Academy

Hello, everyone! It's a new school year which means new opportunities to help our school district partner, Crossroads Academy who welcomed DAEP and New Hope Daycare to their campus this…

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The Annual Blessing of the Animals

We will celebrate the Feast of St. Francis on Monday, October 4th at 6:00 p.m. on the lawn by blessing the animals and giving thanks for creation. Bring your animals,…

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Things Just Got a Little Bit “Breezier”

What is Breeze? Breeze is the new church management software that we have implemented here at St. Philip’s. We are working hard to get our information accurate and up-to-date. But…

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New Book Study – The Way of Silence

What might we hear if we listened deeply in everyday life? How can we turn away from noise and distraction? What would it be like to embrace silence and pay…

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Going Away and Coming Together

In last Sunday’s gospel (Mark 6:30-34, 53-56) Jesus said to the disciples “Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while.” Jesus and the disciples had…

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St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Uvalde

Updated COVID-19 Guidelines – Effective May 30, 2021

On May 18, 2021, Bishop Reed issued Updated COVID-19 Guidelines. In light of these changes and our local situation the Vestry and I are updating the St. Philip’s COVID-19 Guidelines.…

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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

  • Too Big For Your Britches? Good – A Sermon On Mark 10:35-45
    James and John want to be on top. They want to sit on either side of Jesus in his glory.  The other ten disciples are angry about this. I picture them looking at James and John and saying, “You arrogant,… Read More Too Big For Your Britches? Good – A Sermon On Mark 10:35-45
  • God Wastes Nothing Of Our Lives – A Funeral Sermon On Romans 8:14-19, 34-35, 37-39
    Where to begin? What to say?  He was a good man, a crazy friend, a character, an operator, an entrepreneur. He was a story teller, funny, gregarious, outgoing, and mischievous. He was a rancher, a pilot, an excellent shot, a… Read More God Wastes Nothing Of Our Lives – A Funeral Sermon On Romans 8:14-19, […]
  • What’s Your One Thing? – A Sermon On Mark 10:17-31
    “Do you want to be something or do you want to do something?” That’s the question a friend of mine was asked by his spiritual director many years ago.  I wonder what that question brings up for you in your… Read More What’s Your One Thing? – A Sermon On Mark 10:17-31
  • Jesus’ Prescription For Healing And Wholeness – A Sermon On Mark 9:38-50
    A friend of mine often says, “Sometimes the good news is bad news before it is good news.” That sure fits today’s gospel (Mark 9:38-50). Today’s gospel tells us that the prognosis is good – life, and peace with one… Read More Jesus’ Prescription For Healing And Wholeness – A Sermon On Mark 9:38-50
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