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SPEC Connect eNewsletter (formally Parish Connection)
The families in Duval County will soon be in full-blown, back-to-school mode. This offers an incredible opportunity to reach out to our community. Beginning this Sunday, July 31st, St. Philip’s will collect school supplies and build a relationship with John E. Ford Pre-K thru 8, which is a school within our community. Please drop off...
The Prayer Group celebrated Jamaica’s Independence Day on Friday 8/5/22.  Ann Gayle was the worship leader for this service.  Many of the participants wore yellow, green and black clothing in honor of this day.  One of the members shared the view from her home in Jamaica while participating. Several shared about their experience on August...
During the Union of Black Episcopalians 54th Annual Business Meeting and Conference held in Baltimore from July 4-6, 2022, the Union of Black Episcopalians installed the National Executive Committee Officers who had been elected by the membership on June 18, 2022.  James Pierce was elected as our Second Vice President to our National UBE Executive...
https://forms.gle/BCLjXtkBpwhtLepg8 Let’s Make Haste! It’s time to register for the Vacation Bible Retreat. VBR is scheduled for Friday, July 8th through Sunday, July 10th, 2022, and the theme is “Weave Us Together.” We will gather in person as well as virtually. Friday night will begin at 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. with dinner being served....
The Virgin Islands Caribbean Association would like to invite you to this event to a painting party. Saturday May 21, 2022 from 3-7 pm in the auditorium. This event is open to everyone.  Our instructor will be Kris Monroe. The cost is $25.00 and can be paid via $cashapp: $LindaVICA For more information you can...
It is that time of year again, graduation season! Ceremonies are back in all their glory, pomp, and circumstance. St. Philip’s Episcopal Church and their families proudly announce our class of 2022 graduates. They are Jasmine Exson, Karden Way, and Marrisa McKetty. These three young ladies have successfully met the academic and extracurricular requirements for graduation....
Thank you to the Men’s Club for providing fellowship, fun, and fish!  Your spirit of generosity allowed us to gather, play games and enjoy an awesome dinner.  We learned a lot about our members while sharing conversations in community.
Give to the Ingathering The United Thank Offering is a ministry of The Episcopal Church that invites you to: Notice the good things that happen each day. Give thanks to God for your blessings. Make an offering for each blessing. Your Blessing becomes a blessing for others. Today we give thanks for YOU and your...
On behalf of the Altar Guild we would like to give special thanks to the following parishioners who gave Easter Lilies to adorn the Sanctuary for Easter Sunday. Cynthia Baker Gloria Belton Hersie & Pat Brooks Aileen Collymore Alice Conolly Alma Flowers Dorothy Gaskins Michael & Ann Gayle Theresa Glass Thelma Hall Louise Huey Sedley...
The St. Anna Alexander Chapter of The Daughters of the King presented 20 college ” Cram Boxes” to parents and grandparents of our church who currently have a student in college.  These boxes were filled with treats, goodies and school supplies.  Bishop Jay blessed these boxes before they mailed and delivered locally to our students....
NOTICE. GIVE. MAKE. BLESS. What if your personal spiritual practice of gratitude could impact thousands of people in life-giving ways? The United Thank Offering (UTO) is a way to practice gratitude and change the world. Notice the good things that happen each day. Give thanks to God for your blessings. Make an offering for each...
The past two years have caused us to do things differently or not at all.  As a result, our traditional Church Bar B-Q and fellowship have been suspended for the third time. Normally the event took place two weeks after Easter, but we have decided to suspend it again, hopefully, to be resumed in the...
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