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St. Philip's Episcopal Church
PANDEMONIUM: PART 1 – PHILIPPIANS 4, 12-13 What moves you or elevates you? With so many things in life that drain us physically and spiritually sometimes we need a little boost to inspire us. Are you looking for a little pick-me-up to get you through the week or maybe you’re looking for some food for...
On September 10, the Episcopal Church celebrates the life and legacy of a notable saint: The Rev. Alexander Crummell was born March 3, 1819, in New York City to Charity Hicks, a free woman of color, and Boston Crummell, a former slave. Both parents were active abolitionists. The first African-American newspaper, Freedom’s Journal, was published...
My Father Sidney B. Parker Union of Black Episcopalians, and Episcopal Church families. As we approach September 13th, which has been designated as UBE Sunday, I would like to ask for your support. This Sunday we will collect donations that will go to our National Chapter to support our HBCU, Vorhees College in Denmark, South...
The Prayer Group was blessed with receiving yard signs for use in your yard or having a photo to be placed in our SPEC Connect, or on our website and Facebook. Check out our Facebook page to see our church family.If you would like a sign or photo with a sign please contact Pam Pierce...
Almighty and everlasting God, Lord of Heaven and Earth: Grant unto us thy suppliant people, protection against hurricanes, earthquakes, and other calamities; that in tranquility of weather we may rejoice in the comfort we desire and may always make right use of thy bountiful goodness: through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Dear Lord, we pray for all students and teachers going back to schools this school year. We pray for their health and safety as classrooms and schools have been modified to allow for proper social distancing and hygiene. We pray for the janitorial staff and cafeteria workers, as well as the office staff who are...
The Communications and Technology Committee is looking for members to read the First Lesson and the Psalm during videotaping of the church services on Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. If you are interested in reading, please understand that you must come to the church and you have the option to leave immediately after you have...
Invitation to participate in the “Scared Ground in The Beloved Community Initiative” I recently responded to an invitation from St. John’s Cathedral to participate in a meeting to talk about joining the Cathedral to begin exploring the Scared Ground in The Beloved Community” initiative from the Presiding Bishop’s Office. St. Philip’s has been invited to...
The situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to unfold in our city of Jacksonville. However, through technology, we have managed to stay focused on God, our church, and each other. The Communications and Technology Committee has worked to bring church services to your homes through our websites, and the pandemic has forced St. Philip’s members to also...
First Sunday after Pentecost Occasion: Trinity Sunday Sunday, June 07, 2020 Year (cycle): A The Collect:  Almighty and everlasting God, you have given to us your servants grace, by the confession of a true faith, to acknowledge the glory of the eternal Trinity, and in the power of your divine Majesty to worship the Unity: Keep us...
REOPENING THE CHURCH Now that talk has begun to surface about how churches should reopen and services take place, I want to offer some observations for us to consider as we think about regathering.  First of all, while we may call it “the church”, the church is NOT the building that sits on the corner...
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Join us for Tuesday Bible Study 12/29/2020
December 28, 2020
Vestry Election Coming Up
December 27, 2020
WATCH NOW: Blue Christmas + Christmas Eve Children’s Program & Service are Now Available.
December 25, 2020
UPDATE: New Rector Search
December 12, 2020
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry Christmas Message 2020
December 10, 2020

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