First Time Visitors

We look forward to meeting you!

Worship in Person
We welcome you to worship in the Sanctuary at both the 9:00 a.m. traditional and 10:30 a.m. contemporary services.
a. Each service will normally include singing, special music, Bible readings, prayers and a sermon or message.
b. The large screens at the front of the church will display announcements, hymns, readings, and order of service.
c. A hearing loop is available in the two middle sections of the sanctuary for those that have the t-coil technology installed and enabled in their hearing aid(s). Also, personal hearing assist devices are available on a table in the back of the sanctuary.

During this time of COVID, several safety precautions have been put into place.
If you feel it is safe to worship at church, we ask that you:
a. Wear a mask.  We encourage all to wear masks per CDC guidelines. Masks are available at main entrances.
b. Sit where you feel comfortable in the Sanctuary.
c. Practice safe contact when sharing the Peace.
d. Communion is offered every Sunday using individual sealed communion cups. Pick up your cup from the table in the Narthex as you enter the Sanctuary.  Glutton free options are available.
e. Please complete the Connection Card on the St. Philip’s app so we can get to know you and journey alongside you in community and fellowship.
f. An offering basket is located in the center aisle.  Online giving through our secure app or website is also an option.
g. Bulletins are not available at this time.

Worship From Home
For those who wish to worship from home on Sunday morning, livestreaming of both services is available on the website’s homepage by clicking on the blue “WATCH LIVE” button near the top, left corner.
If you are unable to join the livestream on Sunday morning, you may view past services once they have been uploaded.
Select “Worship” and then “Worship Videos”.

What to Wear

Dress comfortably. While some people dress up, most wear casual and comfortable clothes.


There are more than a dozen handicap parking spots in the various parking areas at St. Philip’s. Curb cuts and automated door openers can be found at Door 1 (Sanctuary entrance) and Door 2 (weekday entrance). St. Philip’s is all on one level – no stairs to the Sanctuary, meeting rooms, classrooms, restrooms, or office area. Several areas in the Sanctuary have handicapped seating spots that allow room for wheelchairs and walkers.


The main parking lot is west of the church building (off West Moore Lake Drive) and provides the closest parking to Door 1 (Sanctuary) and Door 11 (Fellowship Hall.) There are also parking areas to the east of the building offering easy access to Door 2 and Door 3.