Our Vision: Every day Saint Philip's proclaims Christ's love by nurturing our church family, young and old, and actively reaching out to our community.
Through our words and deeds we inspire, welcome and encourage others to journey together in Christian faith and growth.
Holy Week Services
Maundy Agape Dinner in Wyatt Hall
Informal Holy Communion (child-friendly) in Wyatt Hall
Lighting of First Fire of Easter and Easter Vigil
Festive Holy Eucharist with traditional language & no music
Sun. 9:00 am Festive Choral Holy Eucharist w/contemporary language (family-friendly)
Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Children
Festive Choral Holy Eucharist w/contemporary language
Good News in the Wilderness
What's Happening at St. Philip's
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Morning Lenten Book Study
Verna Dozier’s book The Dream of God.
We will use a particular reflective method as we explore this book. See the Schedule.
Street Musicians Fundraiser
Each year, St. Philip’s School raises money to support a special project. This year we are raising money to help buy a new sound system and lights for the nave (our worship space). after the service, we are going to be selling lemonade and baked goodies in Wyatt Hall after the service, and have several street musicians playing music for donations over the next few weeks. Please consider supporting this important project.
Christmas in April
It's not too soon to sign up to help with Christmas in April. We are forming a team to help with projects in Prince George's County on . If you have skills in painting, electrical, carpentry, landscaping, or just the willingness to be involved, please sign up at the display in Wyatt Hall.
St. Philips is Hiring: Director of Youth & Family Ministries
Camp St. Philips
July 14-18, 2014
The Camp St. Philip’s Desert Caravan is getting ready to embark on an unforgettable desert wilderness journey! Join us for a week of faith-stretching adventures as we learn and reflect on what matters in our lives. On this wilderness journey, we’ll reconnect with God, deepen our relationships with fellow travelers, and discover new ways to grow and live out our faith. Plus we’ll have many fun-filled oasis stops with marketplace crafts, camel-caretaking, quail tag relays, tribe survivor challenges, and much more! This amazing journey will be here sooner than you think!
Campers, CITs, & Counselors
Registration is now open for all young desert travelers who will be entering K-12th grades in the fall of 2014! Get the registration form.
Desert Caravan Guides, Tribe Leaders, & other helpers
Adults, find out how you can be a part of this summer’s camp experience.