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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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Philip’s Closet is Moving!

Thanks to the generosity of First Presbyterian Church, we are making plans to move Philip's Closet to an unused classroom across the street temporarily. This will allow Philip's Closet to…

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Join Us In Welcoming Bishop Rayford High

NOTE: We will only have one service on Sunday, October 23rd at 10:30 a.m. with breakfast before at 9:15. a.m. in Grace Hall! It's always a celebration when a Bishop…

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Love for Uvalde – Legacy Memorial Tile Painting Project

Artists teams from Texas and Nevada will host an event for the Uvalde Community here at St. Philip's on: October 22nd 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. October 23rd 1:30 p.m.…

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Building the Kingdom of God with the Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas

What can we do to help? It’s a question I hear a lot these days and one I’ve often asked myself. St. Philip’s along so many other individuals and organizations…

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An Introduction to STEP Up Texas

Providing Listening Circles for the Community of Uvalde Ever since the massacre of 19 beautiful children and two teachers in Uvalde on May 24, I have been struggling with my emotions. My…

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Children’s Sunday School Starts September 11th!

It’s Sunday School time again! We are so excited to welcome back all of those sweet, smiling faces every Sunday from 9:15-10:15am.  Like always, we will have a class for…

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Taizé – A Community Service for Peace and Healing

Our lives forever changed on May 24th. The last few months have been busy, chaotic, sorrowful, frightening, and exhausting. Our town has been inundated with well wishers and those wanting…

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Bishop and Patti Reed’s Visit to St. Philip’s

Bishop Reed and Bishop High have been in constant contact with Fr. Mike since the Robb school shooting. The diocese and churches around the diocese have continued to collect money…

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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

  • What’s Next? – A Sermon On Mark 4:26-34
    What’s next?  It’s a question I’ve been asking myself a lot lately. What’s next for Uvalde? What’s next for me and my priesthood? What’s next for St. Philip’s? What’s next for Cyndy and me in our marriage and life together? What’s next for me and my life as an individual, a human being? What’s next? […]
  • Be Crazy Like Jesus – A Sermon On Mark 3:20-35
    Last week we got angry Jesus. In this week’s gospel (Mark 3:20-35) we get crazy Jesus. People are saying, “He’s gone out of his mind.” They’re calling him insane. Have you ever thought Jesus was crazy? Have you ever said he was out of his mind? I don’t think I have but more and more […]
  • Be Angry Like Jesus – A Sermon On Mark 2:23-3:6
    Last week Cyndy and I were leaving the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin when a little boy who was probably two or three or years old screamed at his mother, “I want to catch a dragonfly.” He was so angry and he was loud. He sat on the ground yelling and crying.  “But […]
  • 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. […]
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