Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Traditional Episcopal worship has lots of music, scripture, prayer and reflection. We draw liturgy and music from around the globe.
During the summer months, when life is less structured, the questions and wiggles of little ones bring life to the mix in the activities corner during service.
ALL are welcome!
Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
worship.together is a brief, participatory service for families with young children. Specifically designed with 0-5 year-olds in mind, this half-hour service helps engage children in story, song and prayer while helping to develop their sense of God. The service includes singing, a gospel story, liturgy, interactive prayers, and communion. Children (and parents/caregivers!) are invited to sit on the floor to experience the service firsthand, and participate in many aspects of the service by carrying the processional cross, assisting with serving communion, and offering their own prayers of intercession. Happy chatter and joyful wiggles are most welcome!
For more information, please contact Donna Maree at email@example.com
Saturday, May 26. 11am - 1pm
Fellowship Café at St. Simon's,
22nd and Reed St. Lunch for any who have none. Fellowship for all who want to share. People needed to come serve food and share a kind word.
Sunday June 2, 2018 @ 4 p.m.
Anja and Mia Castro-Diephouse
perform with the Philadelphia Girls' Choir in the Spring Concert, Lew Klein Hall, 1837 N Broad Street, Philadelphia. Join us for our annual tradition! Tickets are $20-40 and available now! Contact David, Anja or Mia for ticket details.
Every Wednesday 9:00am - 10:00am
Join Christina and others for Morning Prayer and conversation in the Rector's Office. Bring your coffee!
Tuesday, May 28 5:00pm - 7:00PM
Do you love to knit, crochet, quilt, weave or sew? Do you want to bring comfort and healing to others?
Come and join us. We gather as an interfaith group of needle crafters to use our talents to stitch creations such as prayer shawls, scarves, hats, gloves, quilts, blankets, lap robes and more for people living in nursing homes, hospices, shelters or on the streets.
The good news of last week's feast of Pentecost is that we have in us the Holy Spirit. Our baptism clearly blest us in the name of GOD - Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
The good news of this week's feast of Holy Trinity is that the movement of God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit - works in and through us as trust, peace and hope.
Exploring the many ways God's face appears to us enriches our expression of who we are to ourselves and others. Happy Trinity!
While the rector is on sabbatical, enjoy a message from...
Glory to God whose power, working in us, can do more than we can ask or imagine.