St. Philips Episcopal Church is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom Church Service:-
Sep 13, 2020 09:30 AM
Sep 20, 2020 09:30 AM
Sep 27, 2020 09:30 AM
Oct 04, 2020 09:30 AM
Meeting ID: 846 2021 3660
Please note that there will be in-person service each week at 9:30am, this service will also be broadcasted via Zoom. The regular dial-in service at 11am is still available as an additional option.
All guests and visitors worshiping with us are warmly welcome. If you are not currently a member of a Church family, and/or are seeking a Church home, please consider making St. Philip’s your home. Contact the church office or see one of our Ushers after service, and they will be happy to provide you with the necessary information to make this possible.
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Hear my teaching, O my people; incline your ears to the words of my mouth - Psalm 78: 1
St. Philips Episcopal /Anglican Church | 334 MacDonough Street | Brooklyn, NY 11233
Martin Hall/Church Office | 265 Decatur Street | Brooklyn, NY 11233
Church Telephone: 718.778.8700 | Rectory Telephone: 718.467.5250 | Email: [email protected]
St. Philip's Episcopal/Anglican Church
(The Diocese of Long Island)
Reverend Carver W. Israel, Rector
The Right Reverend Lawrence C. Provenzano, Diocesan Bishop
Calendar of the Week
Tuesday: Alcoholics Anonymous, 6PM, suspended due to COVID-19
Wednesday: Midday Service 12 noon
Wednesday: St. Benedict's Pantry, 11AM-1PM
Sunday: (Adult), 8:15AM-9:15AM
Christian Education 11:30AM-12:30 PM
St. Philips's Choir, 12:00PM-1:30PM
Sunday: 9:30 am, Virtual 11:00 am
Youth Sunday (1st Sunday): 9:30 am
Wednesday: 12 Noon
For your convenience we now have a digital giving tithe.ly link.
All God's blessings are hoped for you.
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We are pleased to announce
that St. Benedict's Pantry will resume food distribution every Wednesday, from
11am to 1pm. Mask and Social Distancing will be strictly enforced!!!
Established May 1899--May 2020
Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. I pray that all is well with you as you continue to seek the shelter of God’s protection from this menacing pandemic. Hopefully, by God’s grace and mercy, we will be able to gather together again soon under one roof as a family in God.
During our time apart, we have been coming together virtually to offer our prayers and sing our praises to our most gracious God. We have prayed with and for each other, and God knows that we long to physically worship and fellowship with one another under one roof when it is clinically safe to do so.
During this period we have found ourselves in the highly technological world of audio and visual communication. Trust me, the learning curve is steep, but we are tireless and determined in our efforts to be a community of faith that stays connected by whatever medium is available to us. I ask for your patience as we glitch our way to competence in the process, knowing that our gracious God does not number our shortfalls, but celebrates our efforts of love and service to him and our neighbors.
I am taking this opportunity to thank you for being a critical and appreciated part of our community of faith that virtually gathers on Sundays and Wednesdays to worship our God. There is nothing as assuring as knowing that we are numbered among the imperfect saints of God here on earth who are walking in the Light of Christ. Let us remain prayerful and committed to God’s call to us.
May God bless and keep us together while we are apart, one from another.
Yours in Christ,
The Reverend Carver W. Israel