Christ has no hands in the world but ours — so we as the Body of Christ are called to carry word of his love, not only with our lips but in our lives. These many opportunities to make a difference are our chance to live into the Great Commandment — that we should love God with all of our heart and love our neighbors as ourselves. The Book of Common Prayer describes the duty of every Christian as working, praying, and giving for the spread of the Kingdom of God — a Kingdom of loving peace. We hope that you will look at these opportunities and consider how you might share with us as we strive to live into that duty to work for the Kingdom together.
After School Music Program
Saint Philip’s After School Music and Homework Program is offered to students from two neighborhood Amphi District elementary schools, Holoway and Rio Vista, that are near the Church and serve economically disadvantaged students and their families.
Border & Immigration Ministry
This ministry meets to learn, educate, and join the larger community in advocating for humane and just resolution of the immigration crisis. To learn more or to volunteer please contact Border and Immigration Ministry by clicking the “Border and Immigration” button below.
Casa Maria Sandwich Ministry
Volunteers gather one Saturday a month to make lunches for Casa Maria, which feeds homeless and low-income Tucsonans. To learn more or to volunteer please contact Casa Maria Sandwich Making by clicking the “Casa Maria” button below.
Saint Philip’s partners with Primavera Foundation to provide pathways out of poverty through safe, affordable housing, workforce development, and neighborhood revitalization. Teams from Saint Philip’s prepare meals and serve them to a residential center for recovering addicts and men and women in transition. To learn more or to volunteer please click the “Primavera” button below.
The Food Pantry closet is staffed and provisioned by parishioners, providing food to those in need who stop by the office. To learn more or to volunteer please contact us by clicking the “Food Pantry” button below.
Habit for Humanity
Opportunities to help Habitat for Humanity Tucson build affordable houses for low-income working families include volunteering on the build site or donating to support the builds. To learn more or to volunteer please contact us by clicking the “Habitat” button below.
Interfaith Community Services
Saint Philip’s is a member faith community of Interfaith Community Services (ICS), which provides services to disadvantaged people, disabled individuals, and seniors. To learn more or to volunteer please click the “Interfaith Community Services” button below.
Volunteers sell “Just Coffee,” fair-trade coffee that provides viable economic incentives for growers to remain on family lands, reducing the need to migrate to the US to find work. To learn more or to volunteer please click the “Just Coffee” button below.
Laundry Love is offered the second Wednesday of every month at Northgate Laundry to provide quarters, laundry soap, and dryer sheets to help wash the clothes and bedding of individuals and/or families living in poverty. To learn more or to volunteer please click the “Laundry Love” button below.
Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network (TIHAN)
Saint Philip’s is a member faith community of Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network (TIHAN). Saint Philippians provide annual financial support, volunteers, board members, and sponsor a yearly event that provides a hot nutritious meal and social opportunities for persons living with HIV. To learn more or to volunteer please click the “TIHAN” button below.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
Saint Philip’s partners with United Way to provide Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA). Volunteers assist this federal program, which provides low- to moderate-income workers with free tax preparation. To learn more or to volunteer please click the “VITA” button below.