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Welcome to St. Philip Lutheran Church!
We worship God at 9 am on Sundays
and live out our faith the rest of the week!
We like to get our hands dirty and get involved in the real issues that our community
is facing. From hands-on projects like our Clothes Closet and Hands of Hope to advocating for better treatment for those with mental illness,
we are passionate about sharing God’s love in a very holistic way.
Wherever you are on your faith journey, we want to walk with you.
Join us for worship or for one of our other weekly events.
We would love to get to know you.
he is risen indeed, alleluia!
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We are passionate about caring for people in our community. We have a clothing closet and pet food pantry for anyone in need. We co-host a Memory Loss Caregiver's Support Group once a month with the Alzheimer's Association. We open the doors of our building to serve as a community center for groups like A.A.
Our church is full of activity every day of the week – but everything we do is centered in our Sunday morning worship.
We worship 9 am on Sunday mornings, rooted in Lutheran liturgical tradition while utilizing a diversity of musical styles.
Holy Communion is offered at every Sunday worship service.
Children are invited and encouraged to join us for worship!
Our life of faith is never static –
it is always being challenged by the
world around us and needs to strengthened regularly.
We offer a number of different bible study opportunities and other activities that help to nourish our faith.
Check out which group sounds like a
good fit for you!
Fed by the Spirit, we share God’s love revealed in Christ with the world.
We are committed to:
fully including every child of God
gathering for worship, celebration of the Sacraments, and study of God’s Word
fostering caring relationships within our congregation and community
serving as God’s hands and voice in the world
Most importantly, we believe that we are saved by grace through faith in Christ apart from anything we can do to earn God's love and grace. That is the heart of the matter. If you want to know more about what we believe as a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, we invite you to check out this website.