Join us for Sunday Services which are normally held at 8 & 10 am.

Masks and social distance are no longer required, however,

they are recommended due to the current rise in cases in our area. 


Feel free to join some folks for breakfast at the Rochester Grill after the 8 am service


Join us for coffee hour after the 10 am service.



Worship for Sunday, October 9, 2022

18th Sunday after Pentecost

Holy Eucharist at 8:00am and 10:00am

9:45am -- Sunday School Begins 


 Join us as we welcome the Rev. Matthew Lukens as our celebrant and preacher this Sunday. Matthew is the   chaplain of Canterbury House, at the University of Michigan.

 Matthew was originally born and raised a Southern Baptist in Alabama and found the Episcopal Church   through campus ministry at the University of Virginia. In the last decade of his life and ministry he’s worked   with young adults, the LGBTQ+ community, two quiet parishes in Hawaii and buildless churches asking   fundamental questions about the commitment of their resources to building up the community around them.   He enjoys conversations about the Meaning of It All, comic books, techno, playing with his dog (Bear!) and   traveling on a shoestring.

Please give Matthew a warm St. Philip’s welcome.



Communion is now being offered in both kinds. Click below to learn more.

Restoring the Common Cup


And you can still join us online for worship

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You can watch the service from Sunday, October 2, 2022


Or listen to the Message Only




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