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More About our Faith Community

Welcome to the St. Philip the Deacon where our mission is to “Reach Out, Proclaim, Inspire.” We are so glad you joined us in worship and do hope you come again. Please know you are invited to participate in the life of our faith community and to join with us in mission and ministry.  

Our life together is marked by faith, generosity and hospitality. Please let us know how we can help you connect with others, find ways to grow in faith, and use your God-given gifts to make a difference in the world. If you have any questions about our mission or ministry, please feel free to call, visit us online, or come again and see us this weekend!

“We are one in Christ Jesus.” - Galatians 3:28

The bronze statue of St. Philip the Deacon in our chapel reminds us of our calling to to share the good news and serve our neighbor. Click here for more information.
Each week, year round, children begin in worship with their families and hear a special message on the chancel steps before going to their Faith Creek church school classrooms. Click here for more information.
The Sacrament of Holy Baptism is the entrance rite of the church for babies, children, and adults. The swirling blue colors of our baptismal font remind us of the many ways God is at work through water to restore, redeem and reconcile this world with God’s steadfast love. Click here for more information.
People of all ages have many opportunities each year to reach out to our neighbors here, in the city and around the world. Click here for more information.
Our work in Haiti is evidence of what can happen when one person has a dream and partners with a faith community to make it happen. We provide food, school shoes and tuition to help more than 400 children annually. Click here for more information.


“Faith is not something that goes against the evidence, it goes beyond it. The evidence is saying to us, ‘There is another country. There is something beyond mere reason.’”

Alister McGrath