As our country prepares for the general election let us stop and pray.
This is not a time to discuss political affiliation but to pray that God will surround our country during the days ahead.
To receive the zoom meeting address please email Rev. Greg Garis at email@example.com
Come join us once again for an anti-racism
November 1st, 3:00 p.m.
Rev. Alissa Conner will lead us with some conversation questions.
Watch your email for the Zoom link. All are welcome.
21 Day Anti-Racism Challenge
Our country has faced another wave of racial unrest. Some know exactly what racism is, what it looks like, and what it sounds like. Others might not be so sure how racism manifests itself.
The Session of St. Philip recommends that our members consider taking the 21 Day Anti-Racism challenge. Other Churches have begun to learn more about racism by taking this challenge.
Click on the button below for the Challenge.
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Looking for a way to connect?
As we finish up the unraveled
sermon series we continue to
recognize all the things that have
unraveled in our lives. Let’s weave
in some blessings!
Want to pick up a blessing to take home?
Stop by the church
Untie a blessing ribbon from the brick wall
Take it home
May God Bless you and keep you!
Want to leave a blessing?
Get some ribbon or a strip of fabric approximately 51 inches long.
Write a blessing on it
May God Bless you and keep you
May God’s face shine upon you
May God’s peace be with you
Or one of your choosing!
Stop by the church and tie it on a bow on the brick wall outside of the church.
Let us remember we are connected and God’s blessings are woven in our lives. May God bless you and keep you!
Members and friends of St. Philip contribute to the mission of God because giving is at the core of our theological identity. God has given us gifts of faith, mutuality, generosity, and hospitality. Giving simply grows out of the life of faith.