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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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Diocese of West Texas New Logo

NEW Logo for the Diocese of West Texas

It looks like we weren't the only ones working on a rebranding in 2019. At the recent council of the DWTX, Emily Kittrell, Diocesan Director of Marketing and Communications, unveiled the…

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ChoRuss Vocal Ensemble

ChoRuss is Coming Back to St. Philip’s

We are pleased to announce that the wonderful Ensemble “ChoRuss” will be back in Uvalde in May to entertain and delight us once again. Last year we weren’t sure what…

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Delegates to Diocesan Council 20202

Diocesan Council 2020 Updates

Rebecca Taylor's words on her first DWTX Council: With the beautiful Corpus Christi shoreline as our backdrop, hundreds of delegates from the Diocese of West Texas met last week to…

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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

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  • All Are Responsible – A Sermon On Mark 1:4-11 And Acts 19:1-7
    Last week, some of you may remember, I ended my sermon by asking this question: Will we, in 2021, be different from and better than how we were in 2020? There’s not much about the first ten days of 2021 that suggests we will. I think it’s still an open question and, I hope, still […]
  • Do You Know The Story Of The Fourth Wise Man?
    As you know, the Feast of the Epiphany commemorates the magi or wise men visiting Jesus in Bethlehem and bringing gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh (Matthew 2:1-12). Holy scripture does not tell us their names or how many there were. No one knows for sure. Eastern Orthodoxy says there were twelve but our tradition […]
  • Epiphany 2021 House Blessing With Chalk
    The Church has a custom of blessing homes on the Feast of the Epiphany (January 6) and the weeks following. Family and friends gather to ask God’s blessing on their homes and those who live in or visit the home. It is an invitation for Jesus to be a daily guest in our home, our […]
  • Epiphany Proclamation Of Easter 2021
    The ancient Church had a practice of announcing the dates of Easter as well as other feasts and fasts that do not have a fixed date. Since the Epiphany is a fixed date feast (January 6) and also the last major fixed date feast before we enter the Easter cycle which is characterized by moveable […]
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