Parish Life

Parish news, updates, and events.
25
Sep

Breast Cancer Celebration – Oct 8

The St. Philip’s ECW would like to cordially invite you to their Breast Cancer Celebration scheduled for Saturday, October 8, 2022, from 10am – 12pm in the auditorium. If you are able to attend please text Linda Johnson with how many in your party will be attending. We are also asking each lady to bring...
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25
Sep

Join us for Harvest Sunday – Oct 16th

Harvest Festival!  We have set aside Sunday, October 16th for our Annual Harvest Festival.  The Altar Guild is asking that we all begin to collect our cans and nonperishable items.  Whatever is received will be shared with St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Springfield.
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24
Sep

Covid Taskforce Phase II Summary 9.18.2022

On Sunday, September 18, 2022, members of the Covid Taskforce met to move us forward with our current protocols and the mask mandate that was issued. We are glad to announce that we have made some changes, however, we will need your help. We need everyone to help! We will post in the Narthex the...
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24
Sep

ECW Annual Diocesan Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the Diocesan Episcopal Church Women is scheduled for October 22, 2022, 10:00 a.m., at Camp Weed and Cerveny Conference Center.  Our speaker will be The Rt. Rev. Jay Lambert, Rector, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church Jacksonville, FL. Registration is open online at https://campweed.campbrainregistration.com/ Date:  Saturday, October 22, 2022, 10:00 a.m. Registration starts at...
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17
Sep

Eucharistic Visitor Training

Are you interested in becoming a Eucharistic Visitor?  Please read below to learn more about this important role in our church. What is the role of a Eucharistic Visitor? A Eucharistic Visitor is a lay person authorized to take the consecrated elements in a timely manner following a Celebration of Holy Eucharist to members of...
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17
Sep

Christian Formation Resumes

Adult Formation resumes at 8:45 am. Our focus for these sessions will be the assigned reading for the liturgy. Special this Sunday, come in-person for a hands-on prayer activity to be led by the Daughters of the King! Or click here to meet us on Zoom. (Meeting ID: 844 8916 5961   Passcode: 522397) Children’s Chapel resumes...
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08
Sep

Fall Cursillo at Camp Weed

Fall Cursillo  Men’s Weekend: September 22-24, 2022 Women’s Weekend: September 29, 2022 – October 2, 2022 Cursillo teaches how you might move toward living a more authentic Christian lifestyle. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, Cursillo will help keep you moving forward. The weekend begins on a Thursday evening after dinner and ends...
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18
Aug

2022 African American Caribbean Festival – (Sept 10th)

It’s Baaack! – The ECW African, American, Caribbean Festival 2022 (Sept 10th) – St. Philip’s Episcopal Church African, American, Caribbean Festival 2022. Come Experience an Evening of Cultural Foods, Music, Dancing & Games. Saturday, September 10, 2022 from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Adults – $15, Children 12-17 yrs. – $10, Children under 12 yrs. – $5. For tickets or...
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17
Aug

Calling All Interested in Being A Daughter of The King

Are you interested in becoming a Daughter of The King? The Deaconesses Anna AlexanderDaughter of the King Chapter at St. Philip’s are planning their next class to become a Daughter. A three-month period of prayer, study, and discernment is required to become a Daughter. This reflection period is an opportunity for growth in your commitment...
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09
Aug

The Sidney B Parker Chapter UBE

Greetings all UBE members.  The summer break is over and it is back to work for the chapter. We need all members to attend the first meeting of this 2022-2023 year. Our mission increases daily to reach out and reconnect. We will focus on plans to submit to The Diocese for consideration and The Tallahassee...
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06
Aug

Back to School Outreach

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...
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06
Aug

Friday Prayer Group Celebrates Jamaican Independence Day

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...
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17
Jul

Remembering The Reverend Canon Nelson Pinder, D.D.

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of The Reverend Canon Nelson Wardell Pinder. Our beloved friend and past Rector of St. Philip’s Episcopal Church. Canon Pinder passed away, Sunday, July 10, 2022.  Father of all, we pray to you for The Reverend Canon Nelson W. Pinder, and for all those whom we love but see no longer. Grant to...
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16
Jul

UBE Installation and Award

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...
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29
Jun

A Special Message from the COVID Task Force

June 28, 2022 Dear Family and Friends of St. Philip’s,  We want to inform you that we have identified 1 positive case of COVID-19 among those who were in attendance at the dinner dance on Friday, June 24th and at church on Sunday, June 26th, 2022. Please understand that the health and safety of our...
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