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Worshipping In The Easter Triduum

At this time when we are unable to gather and worship together in person, St. Philip's is adapting the liturgies to make them meaningful and relevant to those who are…

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New Zoom Security Measures – What does this mean for St. Philip’s?

You probably won’t be surprised to learn that Zoom has experienced a sudden and unexpected increase in the number of Zoom users. We are all Zooming these days - to…

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Palm Sunday in Holy Week

Holy Week: Preparing Amid Covid-19

Grace and peace be with you: About three months ago we chalked our houses with an Epiphany blessing. Before that they were decorated for Christmas, and before that for Thanksgiving,…

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Outdoor Opportunities for Prayer and Contemplation

As this social distancing extends into a future for an unknown time, we will all become more anxious to be about our normal activities, especially as the weather warms up,…

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Our Bells will be Ringing – Our Prayers Ascending

John Thomas Buchanan has organized a group to ring our church bell three times a day beginning this Friday. The bells will call us to prayer at 8:00 a.m., noon,…

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A Spiritual Retreat Space

Finding Our Holy Spaces

Author: Sharron Carnes, Senior Warden Like many families, we had made plans months ago to go on a spring break skiing trip.  Although we were well aware of the corona virus,…

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Sunday Services Continue Live on Facebook

We will be live-streaming our 10:30 a.m. service on Sunday on Facebook. This will be a service of Morning Prayer and can be found in the Book of Common Prayer…

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A Word from Fr. Mike

It was just a week ago that I sent you my first e-news about COVID-19. Much has changed in that time and continues to change. The routines and rhythms of…

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3/17/2020 Update on Covid-19

March 17, 2020 Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ: Since I last wrote you concerning COVID-19 President Trump has issued some new guidelines, and last night 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

  • Facing Our Ghosts – A Sermon On Matthew 14:22-33
    The miracle, the good news, the hope for every one of us, is that sometimes Jesus comes to us disguised as a ghost. The ghost the disciples see and the Jesus they can’t see are two sides of the same thing, a holy ghost, a life giving ghost. The ghost that frightened them also carried […]
  • When You’re Down To Five Loaves And Two Fish – A Sermon On Matthew 14:13-21
    Five loaves and two fish. I know what that’s like and I’ll bet you do too. The day of my divorce was a five loaves and two fish kind of day. And so was the day my older son died and the years that followed. A couple of weeks ago one of my best friends […]
  • Pulling Weeds, Reaping Life – A Sermon On Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43
    What feeds and sustains your life today? What relationships, values, and beliefs nourish your life? Who are the people that enrich and enliven your life? What are you needing and asking for when you pray that God will give you your daily bread? In whatever ways you might have answered those questions you’ve described the […]
  • Sowing Seeds Of New Life – A Sermon On Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23
    When you look at you life today, when you look at the lives of the people you care about most, when you look at everything that is happening in our country, what are your deepest hopes? Whatever you just named, that hope carries the seeds of your life. And it’s asking something of you. It’s […]
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