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Doing Love!

How will you love today? This past Sunday I preached on the two great commandments, to love God and love our neighbor as ourselves. We usually associate love with a…

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Offering our Tears for the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

By geography they are Israelis and Gazans. By ethnicity they are Jews and Arabs. By religion they are Jewish and Muslim. By history they are enemies. At least, that’s what…

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How will you serve at St. Philip’s?

Each Sunday we need approximately fifteen people to help serve at our two services. This does not include those in the choir, the altar guild, or the vestry person of…

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NEW – St. Philip’s Legacy Class

The "St. Philip's Legacies" invite you to join them as they begin a new book. The class began on September 13th but you are still welcome to join! The class…

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NEW Bible Study for Women

This fall we will be studying 1&2 Kings and how to overcome our struggles to trust God. The book is titled Trustworthy by Lysa Terkeurst and is a short 6 week…

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Reflection on the Rite of Elderhood

As I reflected on last Sunday’s service with our Bishop, it seemed to me to be one of stating our personal vows to live into the stage of life’s journey…

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Prayers and More for Maui!

Reaching out in faith!  I know we are all sending our love and prayers for Maui, Hawaii, and that is great. But let's do more to help them rebuild and…

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It’s time to “Re-Connect with IWC at St. Philip’s

Invite (Evangelism), Welcome (Hospitality), Connect (Belonging) (IWC) You may remember that several of us have attended Invite Welcome Connect events over the years. We have learned from the collective experience…

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Who are the St. Philip’s Legacies?

A couple of years ago, a few seniors got together to form a reading group, and the initial direction of the group was to study books on aging. Over the…

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RSS Interrupting the Silence

  • Filling The Empty Space – A Trinity Sunday Sermon On John 3:1-17
    Today is Trinity Sunday but I’m not going to say much about the Father, the Son, or the Holy Spirit. Today, I’m more interested in the empty space. Are you familiar with the empty space in the Trinity? Let me show you what I’m talking about.  This is Andrei Rublev’s icon of the Holy Trinity. […]
  • What’s Your One Thing? – A Sermon On The Second Anniversary Of The Uvalde Mass Shooting
    Wednesday of this week I was at the civic for the press conference announcing a settlement between the City of Uvalde and some of the families whose children died in the Robb School shooting. Two years ago tonight I was at the civic center with families as they awaited an announcement about their children. We […]
  • Evening Worship On The Second Anniversary Of The Uvalde Mass Shooting
    Evening worship on the second anniversary of the Uvalde mass shooting will be offered on Friday, May 24, 2024, at 5:30 p.m. central time, at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, Uvalde, Texas. We welcome you to pray with and for us in person today or whenever might be convenient for you. Thank you for your prayers.  Peace be with […]
  • What Is Amazing And Perplexing You? – A Pentecost Sermon On Acts 2:1-21
    I’m going to begin with a couple of questions that ask you to reflect on your life. Since today is the Feast of Pentecost they are questions about the Holy Spirit in your life. You ready? Here’s my first question. What is amazing you today? I’m talking about the kind of amazement that deepens your […]
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