Generation to Generation.
We are Saint Philip’s in the Hills. A Tucson landmark with serene and beautiful campus. World class music. Open doors. An embrace of the diversity of God’s creation. We offer each person a place to pray, to love, to serve, to grow, to be transformed, and to proclaim the all-abiding love of God.
Delve deeper into the season of Advent by taking a fresh look at the Annunciation and Nativity of Jesus through the eyes of his mother Mary. Using guided storytelling, reflection questions, art and music, we will seek to gain new perspectives on the familiar events which surrounded Jesus’ arrival into the world.
Walk with Mary and Joseph as they journey from Inn to Inn seeking shelter…and a place for the Word of God to be born.
Join us on Sunday, 16 December at 12:45pm for our first Intersections Youth Forum on Addiction.
Choral Evensong, a deeply moving service with candlelight, prayers, chant and incense, will be sung on the third Sunday of each month, October through May. Evensong is one of the jewels of the Anglican tradition, with sung settings of the psalms, evening canticles and prayers drawn from the 1662 Prayer Book.
You are warmly invited to join us on the Feast of Saint Thomas the Apostle as the Right Rev'd Kirk Smith, Fifth Bishop of Arizona, will ordain the Rev'd K.D. Joyce and the Rev'd Alison Lee to the Priesthood in Christ's one holy catholic and apostolic Church.
Join us as we gather together to decorate the campus with evergreen boughs and bright red ristras!
Join us for our earliest Christmas Eve service, a celebration of Holy Communion with Christmas Carols and a pageant by our children. The Saint Cecilia's and Cherub Choirs will sing at this service.
Join us for our 5:00pm Christmas Eve service, a family-friendly celebration of Holy Communion with Christmas Carols. The Saint Nicholas Choir will sing at this service.
Join us for our 7:00pm Christmas Eve service, a beautiful sung service of Lessons and Carols. The Saint Nicholas Choir and Schola Cantorum will sing.
Each and every Sunday for generation after generation the Church has gathered to offer thanks and praise — to receive grace. Saint Philip’s does this with joy and reverence, and we have a range of services for all those who seek God or a deeper knowledge of God.
Whether you have long experience in the Church or none at all, Saint Philip’s offers ways for each of us to grow in faith, hope, and love. This is a wonderful community in which to raise a family, where those of all ages can make meaning and find purpose and hope together.
Each of us will find ourselves in need of the kindness of others at some point. Saint Philip’s offers many ways to be a companion to those in need and connects us with people and resources to find confidence for the days ahead when we too may be in need.