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Arnoldo Is Ordained a Deacon

What is a Deacon?

Deacons are members of the ordained Christian ministry, along with priests and bishops. The word deacon is a derivative of the Greek word diákonos, which means servant, minister, or messenger. Hence, in…

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We’ve Adopted two Pots!

As you may know Main Street Uvalde is asking for help in keeping our downtown area attractive and inviting. Their new project "Adopt a Pot" is asking businesses, families, or individuals…

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White Fragility

Class on Racism Starting Soon!

Fr. Mike's reading and discussion group about racism is set to begin soon. This class will begin with Robin Diangelo’s White Fragility.  Please purchase your copy online. The group will meet…

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Staycation Bible School

It's time for Vacation Bible School - a highlight for many children during the long summer months. It's a time to learn about God's love in fun and exciting ways with…

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Arnoldo Romero

My Apostleship Journey

By: The Rev. Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA In retrospect, my journey to apostleship began during childhood. Not only did I play priest as a child, but as I got older I…

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Staycation Bible School 2020

Vacation Bible School is often a highlight for many children during the long summer months. It's a time to learn about God's love in fun and exciting ways with crafts, songs…

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Stuff the Bus – Supplies to Succeed

St. Philip's will once again be participating with the annual stuff the bus campaign with the Uvalde C.I.S.D. With so many families experiencing financial hardship due to Covid-19, UCISD is…

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Arnoldo Romero

St. Philip’s Welcomes Deacon for Six Months

A little more than a year ago Mr. Arnoldo Romero came to St. Philip’s as our field education student. For the past three years Arnoldo has been studying in the…

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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

  • Working Out Our Life – A Sermon On John 17:6-19
    In today’s gospel Jesus is praying. He’s not talking to the disciples and he’s not talking to us. He’s not teaching and he’s not giving instructions. He’s praying, and we’re listening in. And what a prayer it is. What do you hear in his prayer? I’m not just asking about what he prays for. I’m […]
  • Wholehearted Life – A Sermon On John 15:1-8
    Fifth Sunday of Easter, Year B – John 15:1-8 Think about what you do in your daily life that just leaves you exhausted. I am talking about the things that leave you emotionally drained and physically worn out. These are not the kind of things for which sleeping late, taking a day off, or going […]
  • Love Without Reserve – A Sermon On John 10:11-18
    What if you and I are to be good shepherds too? What if laying down life is really about love and how we are to love? Isn’t that what we heard in today’s epistle (1 John 3:16-24)? “We know love by this, that he laid down his life for us - and we ought to […]
  • 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 […]
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