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Bishop and Rector’s Journal Thursday, December 2, 2021 Dear Family and Friends of St. Philip’s, This has been an interesting week for me. On Friday, May Ruth and I took our daughter, Madeleine, son-in-law, Dave, and two grandchildren to Ormond Beach. Our oldest grandson, Finley, who is three and a half, delighted in running into...
11/19/2021 11:19:26 Written by Arelia Donaldson On behalf of the ECW Please join the ECW as we welcome in the Advent Season. Our Advent Program will be on zoom. Please save the date, Saturday, December 4, at 10:00 a.m. Let us Share and prepare for the coming of Christ and open our hearts and receive...
Bishop and Rector’s Journal Thursday, November 18, 2021 Dear Family and Friends of St. Philip’s, I have had a busy but productive week. I noticed this past Sunday that I am learning more names—a lot more. Hopefully each time I mess up and call someone the wrong name, I will get it corrected and lock...
Please join the ECW as we welcome the Advent Season. Our Advent Program will be in person and by Hybrid on zoom. Please save the date, Saturday, December 4, at 10:00 a.m. We will meet in the church auditorium and on zoom. Sharing and preparing for Christmas Day that will bring Hope, Peace, Joy, Love,...
11/6/2021 18:40:54 Written by Alma Flowers On behalf of the Sidney B Parker Chapter Union of Black Episcopalian The Sidney B. Parker Chapter are making plans for these two celebrations. MLK Day will be Saturday, January 15, 2022 and Absalom Jones Celebration will be February 12, 2022. Please save the dates and make plans to...
11/10/2021 13:18:05 Written by Arelia E. Donaldson On behalf of the DOK The DOK installed New Officers and Chaplin on Sunday, November 7, 2021. The new officers are President Pam Pierce, Vice President-Kim Vaughn, Secretary-Dorothy Holder, Treasurer-Alma Flowers, and Bishop Jay as Chaplin. Also found on the SPEC Connect eNewsletter, On our website – StPhilipsJax.org
Thursday, November 4, 2021 Dear Family and Friends of St. Philip’s, As I look forward to Sunday and my first in-person worship service as your new rector, I must say I have been through a wonderful first week. In only two days, so many things were accomplished. Some of these were practical matters such as...
10/25/2021 13:07:46 Written by William Jay Lambert My wife, May Ruth, and I are delighted to be new members of the St. Philip’s Family! I was born in Detroit but grew up from age nine through high school in Atlanta. In 1970 I graduated from Rollins College with a B.A. in History and Public Affairs....
10/21/2021 14:09:50 Written by Alma Flowers On behalf of the UBE The UBE is sponsoring a ZOOM Health Fair, Saturday October 30, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM The Zoom information is below. Topic: FORGOTTEN ILLNESSES Speakers and Topics: Ann Gayle Hypertension Laurie Johnson Diabetes Alma Flowers RDS (Respiratory Disease Syndrome) Mayruth Importance of...
10/21/2021 11:56:42 Written by Jacquelyn Wright On behalf of the UTO Whenever you pause to give thanks, make it tangible: Put a coin in a UTO Blue Box, write down your thanksgivings in a journal or place them in a Blue Box to “cash in” later, than download an app that tracks your immediate thank...
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