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Have a question? See below for some frequently-asked questions and information that will help you.

Do you have to be Presbyterian to come to worship?

Nope. Jesus welcomed everyone who wanted to hear His message, and so do we.

What is expected of me when I visit St. Philip? Am I going to be asked to give money or join a committee?

We expect you to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the weekday world, and enjoy a message of love, forgiveness, and acceptance among of group of people who are doing the same thing. We do take an offering during worship, but it doesn't involve any individual solicitation. If you find something about St. Philip's ministry that interests you, we would love to tell you more about it, but we'll wait for you to discover what that is.

When are your worship services?

We have two worship services on Sunday morning, at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. During the months of June and July, we have one worship service at 10:00 a.m. Click here for more information on each of our services.

Do I have to dress up?

Only if you want to. Some members dress up, others go casual. It depends on your personal style and the way you want to glorify God.

Can I take communion?

We invite all who trust in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior to participate in communion. We leave it up to the conscience of the individual as to whether one should partake of the communion elements. Children are encouraged to partake in communion once they understand its importance and meaning.

What activities do you have for children?

We want children to have a fun, safe, meaningful experience in Sunday school and worship. We have Sunday School classes for children and activities for children during worship.

What are the arrangements for infants?

St. Philip has a nursery on the west side of the Fellowship Hall. Parents and guardians are given pagers to keep in contact with the Childcare Attendants, and should stay on the church campus while they have children checked into the nursery.

What do adults get to do while their children are in Sunday School?

We have several classes for adults taking place during the Sunday School hour. If you would rather enjoy fellowship time with others, the Fellowship Hall has sitting areas available.

What if I have questions after Sunday School and worship?

There is a member at the Connection Point Table available to answer any questions. The pastors greet members as they exit the Sanctuary after worship. Outside of Sunday morning, you may reach our staff by clicking here, and this website has lots of information you should find interesting and helpful.

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