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While we do much more than worship at St. Philip the Deacon, worship is the center of our life together and we invite you to join us.

Worship Service Times & Descriptions

St. Philip the Deacon has a long and rich history of exceptional worship with a variety of worship styles—all held in our beautiful sanctuary. We have five services in four different styles every weekend; traditional, contemporary, blended, and evening vespers. Members of our Hospitality team are always on hand to welcome you and answer any questions. We look forward to worshipping together.

Each weekend the 9:45 a.m. service is live streamed making worship at home possible when you cannot be at church. Additionally, the sermon is recorded each weekend and posted on YouTube so you can listen again and share the link with others. See the link below.

Our five service times never change throughout the year, so whether you are visiting during the summer, the fall, the winter or the spring, you will find us worshiping on the following days and times:

Saturday – 5:30 p.m.

  • An blend of traditional and contemporary styles of worship featuring flute, piano and vocal soloist
  • Holy Communion celebrated weekly
  • Children’s message—children leave the sanctuary for church school following the children’s message

Sunday – 8:30 and 9:45 a.m.

  • Traditional style of worship
  • Music led by organist and choir
  • Special music by the Sanctuary Choir, SPD Quartet, youth choirs, and children’s choirs
  • Children’s message—children leave the sanctuary for church school following the children’s message
  • Holy Communion celebrated the first Sunday of the month and on festival Sundays

Sunday – 11 a.m.

  • Contemporary style of worship
  • Music led by Michael Morris, with guitar, violin, cello, bass and drum accompaniment
  • Children’s message—children leave the sanctuary for church school following the children’s message
  • Holy Communion celebrated weekly

Monday – 7 p.m.

  • Evening prayer service with an emphasis on quiet reflection and opportunities to pray in multiple ways
  • Music led by Michael Morris, with guitar, violin and cello accompaniment
  • Holy Communion celebrated weekly
— CHRISTIAN WISDOM —

“A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus.”

Martin Luther King, Jr.