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History of the Bell

In the summer of 1958, Elmer Johnson, a long-time employee of the Northern Pacific Railroad, convinced his employer to donate a bell to St. Philip’s Lutheran Church.  As the railroad was nearing the end of the steam locomotive era, it donated a bell from one of its retired steam locomotives. The bell is made of…

History of the Chapel Dove

The St. Philip’s Chapel Dove Luke 3:22 “…and the Holy Spirit descended upon him in the bodily form like a dove.” In the building project at St. Philip’s that created the current Fellowship Hall (1991), the original Sanctuary was renovated as a Chapel.  The front portion of the original Sanctuary was made into a storeroom…

Media

St. Philip’s offers various ways for you to stay connected. These options include our App, our weekly E-News, our monthly newsletter “The Friend”, and more. Read the descriptions below to explore these forms of communication.

Serve on a St. Philip’s Committee

Note: Many of these committees have suspended or curtailed meetings due to COVID-19 precautions. Call the church office at 763-571-1500 to confirm any meetings. The Board of Administration, standing committees, and special committees work together to govern the operation of the church and to provide leadership. Many are elected or appointed positions, some have term…

Serve on Sunday Mornings

Note: Many of these activities have been suspended or curtailed due to COVID-19 precautions. Call the church office at 763-571-1500 to confirm the need for Sunday volunteers. Many individuals are needed to create a successful worship experience. Volunteer opportunities abound on Sunday morning for adults and children. Please consider participating in one or more of…

Serve Our Community & Beyond

Note: Many of these activities have been suspended or curtailed due to COVID-19 precautions. Call the church office at 763-571-1500 to confirm any schedules that are listed below. St. Philip’s has a rich history of outreach ministry and volunteer opportunities abound to serve our community and beyond through these ministries. All are invited to participate…

Serve Our Congregation

Note: Many of these activities have been suspended or curtailed due to COVID-19 precautions. Call the church office at 763-571-1500 to confirm any schedules that are listed below. A church is made up of many members, each with their own talents. When each member participates, sharing their talents, the church will continue to grow and…

Worship Experience

We welcome you to worship in the Sanctuary at both the 9:00 a.m. traditional and 10:30 a.m. contemporary services. For those who wish to worship at home, live stream of both services is available on Facebook. Past worship services are also available on Facebook under video. During this time of COVID, several safety precautions have…

Children, Youth & Families

St. Philip’s Children, Youth, and Family Ministries encourages families to grow in their faith through life milestones, lessons, and service based activities as they develop and nurture their love for Jesus. Children come together to hear and experience God through story, music, play, prayer, acts of service, and other activities. Scholarships are available for all…

Families with Children

Just as Christ welcomed the little children, we too are happy to have little ones as a part of our church family! Children of all ages are welcome and encouraged to participate in the worship service. We believe that children are an integral part of our church community and that worship is important to the…