Healing Service & Bible Study - Every Wednesday St. Philip’s has a Healing Service at 11:00am followed by Bible Study at Noon. The Gospel of Mark will be our current study focus. There will be NO Healing Service on January 24th.
Food Pantry Needs - Thank you to all those who have been so generous! Please bring your donations to the church office during the hours of 10am-2pm Monday through Friday. Alternatively, you can help by writing a check to St. Philip’s and note “Food Pantry” on the memo line. We appreciate your generosity–thank you!
Knitting Circle – The Deacon Pat Arey Knitting Circle meets on Thursdays at 11:00am. We meet each Thursday from 11:00am-1:00pm. All skill levels are welcome. Questions? Give Lolly Thomas a call at 410-268-0980.
St. Philip’s 134th Annual Meeting ~ Sunday, January 21st after the 10:00am Worship Service. All members are welcome!
Relationship Building at January 31st IAF Mixer ~ St. Philip’s will host members of other faith groups to help build public relationships in support of upcoming actions to improve the lives of neighbors in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County through the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF). This event will be held: Wednesday, January 31st from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Great Hall.
Members of the First Presbyterian Church of Annapolis and the Islamic Society of Annapolis will join us for a productive evening. We’ll talk one-on-one about our self-interests and concerns for neighbors in need in various communities. 25 St. Philip’s members and friends are needed to participate in this non-partisan, multi-racial, and inter-faith event. It is not a commitment to be active in IAF. Please see the sign-up sheet on the information table outside the sanctuary. For more information, contact St. Philip’s IAF coordinator Karen Neale at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-267-6776.
Sometimes You Gotta Be Brave: Racism, Activism and Faith Communities ~ On Saturday, February 3, 2018 The Reverend Ada Renee Williams, Minister of Social Justice & Civic Engagement at Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Baltimore, MD. will lead the St. Phillip’s Community in a four-hour workshop entitled, “Sometimes You Gotta Be Brave: Racism, Activism, and Faith Communities.” A conversation informed by Micah 6:8, Isaiah 58:12c “…you shall be the repairer of the breach, restorer of the streets to live in” and Proverbs 31:8-9. Together we will examine the relationship between God and Justice, wrestle with the anti-Black racism specific to the American narrative and glean lessons from Ferguson to Baltimore to #MeToo. We will identify how faith communities fit into activism and how they are able to make a difference within and beyond their communities of faith.
Contact the church office to register at 410-266-9755. We ask a $5 registration fee. Please RSVP by Saturday, January 27th! The morning will begin with continental breakfast and sign in at 8:30am. The workshop starts promptly at 9:00am. Please arrive no later than 8:45am.
The safari awaits you… “The Lion King” on Broadway! ~ Aaahhh…New York City, the home of great jazz & wonderful theatre! You can join the group to see this fabulous, long-running play or have the day to play at your leisure in New York City. Saturday, May 12th, 2018 ~ Theatre Package: $220/person; The City at Your Leisure: $75/person ~ For more information, please contact Murnie Wenn at 410-212-1199or the Church Office at 410-266-9755. If some folks could help sponsor a child, who would otherwise not have the opportunity to experience such a wonderful live performance, we will greatly appreciate your sponsorship.
St. Philip’s Mission Statement & Vision:
Vision Statement: St. Philip’s Episcopal Church is an energetic, ever growing and increasingly mission focused Christian community that is highly visible in the Greater Annapolis area and Maryland Diocese.
Mission Statement: Our mission is to restore people to unity with God and each other in Christ by promoting Stewardship, Community Outreach, Diverse Worship Services, Church Growth and the Involvement of Youth and Young Adults in the development of a cross-generational church family.