Sunday Services

There are a variety of services at Saint Philip's that each find their meaning in our shared encounter with Christ even as they each differ in size, formality, and music.  You may find bulletins for the services by clicking the "Bulletins" button below.


7:45am,  Holy Eucharist Rite I

Simple said Eucharist in traditional language.

8:00am, Parish Breakfast

While it is not exactly worship, we do have many who gather together for breakfast in the Murphey Gallery on Sunday mornings September-May.  It’s a full hot breakfast that is open to anyone and is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children (don’t let a lack of funds keep you away).

Summer Worship at 10:00am (June-August)

In June and July our Sunday morning services are combined into one Rite II Eucharist with our summer choir and no incense. 

9:00am, Rite II Eucharist with Choir

Eucharist using more modern language, adopted in 1979. While families are welcome at all services, this service is particularly tailored to persons of all ages and is designed for those who find God through a sense of God's presence in the community around them. American Sign Language interpretation is available at this service every week at the front left-hand side of the church.

First Sunday Music

The first Sunday of each month from October - May offer a chance to hear masterworks from across the centuries in their sacred context at our 9:00 and 11:15 services.  This music was written with the hope of giving glory to God using all the gifts of human creativity.  The First Sunday music list can be found here.

9:15am, 2nd Sundays “Comfy Space” Service

On the second Sunday of each month, children and families are invited to join a celebration of the Eucharist in a relaxed setting in the Children’s Chapel at 9:15am. Sermon activities, prayer, Gospel readings, and songs are designed to engage children in an encounter with the Holy One who loves them as they are, invites them into relationship, and gives them grace to grow in faith, hope, and love. Parents and friends will discover themselves engaged as well!

11:15am, Sung Eucharist Rite II (with incense)

Eucharist using more modern language, adopted in 1979. This service chooses slightly more traditional liturgical elements than the 9:00, and is designed for those who may experience God revealed in a transcendent way through their senses. 

4:00pm, “Come and See” Service

A non-traditional, participatory liturgy with expansive language, intended for those who are exploring their faith journey or those who are seeking a return to community within the church. (Held in the Music Center) Service bulletin.

4:30pm, 3rd Sundays, October-May: Choral Evensong (with incense)

A contemplative and reflective service filled with gorgeous music and liturgy, rooted in one of the daily monastic services dating from medieval times. Preceded by a brief organ recital at 4 p.m.

5:30pm, Holy Eucharist Rite II (Recovery Eucharist)

A simple service in our chapel that incorporates particular prayers for those in recovery.

The Baptistery where morning prayer is said Mondays–Thursdays at 8:30am and mass is celebrated on Mondays and Wednesdays at 12:15pm and Thursdays at 11:00am.

The Baptistery where morning prayer is said Mondays–Thursdays at 8:30am and mass is celebrated on Mondays and Wednesdays at 12:15pm and Thursdays at 11:00am.

Weekday Services

Mondays

8:30am Morning Prayer — A brief service of lessons, canticles, and prayers.

12:15pm Holy Eucharist Rite I — Quiet, meditative Eucharist in traditional language.

Tuesdays

8:30am Morning Prayer — A brief service of lessons, canticles, and prayers.

10:00am Service of healing & reconciliation, with Holy Eucharist Rite II — A service incorporating the laying on of hands by the priest and anointing with holy oil.

Wednesdays

8:30am Morning Prayer — A brief service of lessons, canticles, and prayers.

12:15pm Holy Eucharist Rite I — Quiet, meditative Eucharist in traditional language.

Thursdays

8:30am Morning Prayer — A brief service of lessons, canticles, and prayers.

11:00am Holy Eucharist Rite I — Quiet, meditative Eucharist in traditional language.