St. Philips Episcopal Church is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom Church Service: -
Dec 13, 2020 @9:30 AM
Dec 20, 2020 @9:30 AM
Dec 27, 2020 @9:30 AM
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 846 2021 3660
Please note that there will be in-person service each week at 9:30 am, this service will also be broadcasted via Zoom. The regular dial-in service will also be available at 9:30 am.
For Sunday dial-in ONLY
Dial-in # is 1 646-876-9923, use
Meeting ID 846-2021-3660, then Access Code 099335.
For Wednesdays dial-in ONLY
Access code# 481809
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, In-person & Zoom
9:30 am, Dial-in
Youth Sunday (1st Sunday): 9:30 am
Wednesday: 12 Noon
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We are pleased to announce
that St. Benedict's Pantry has resumed food distribution every Wednesday, from
10am to 1pm. Mask and Social Distancing will be strictly enforced!!!
Established May 1899--May 2020
THIS SEASON OF LENT
This year’s season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February 17th. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, there will not be any in-person worship Services on that day. Instead, there will be a virtual Penitential Service at 7:00 PM, to which you are invited. You are asked to join the worship by using the same log-on information that you would for our Sunday Services.
Our annual Lenten Bible Study will be virtual as well, beginning on Friday, February 19th, at 6:30 PM and ending at 8:00 PM. The study will run for six consecutive Friday evenings. Again, we will use the Sunday log-on information to join the study.
This year’s study will address the theme of ‘Forgiveness’ and be guided by the video presentations of Lysa TerKuerst whose book ‘Forgiving what you can’t forget’ we will be using for the study. Each session will begin with a video clip lasting an average of twenty minutes, and then be followed by a discussion on the subject of the video. Guide book for the study may be purchased from the parish office at a cost of $10.00 per book, and will prove to be very helpful in preparing us to participate in the discussions.
You are also invited to join the parish in a six sessions weekly discussion on the subject of race relations in America. These sessions would take place on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 PM during Lent for one and a half hours. Again, we will use video clips and approach the subject from different angles. Each of these video clips would be an average of twenty minutes long and promises to be a worthwhile engagement on the subject, helping us to listen beyond the ‘noise’ of frustration and pain to hear the fears and dread on every spectrum of the debate. These discussions will be guided by the life work of Emmanuel Acho, author of the book, ‘Uncomfortable conversations with a black man’, and require no guide books. These sessions will begin on February 24th, 2021, and run for six consecutive weeks.
Wishing you a holy Lenten season.
The Reverend Carver W. Israel