Services
Below is our Sunday Worship Schedule.  Any changes to Sunday service times or adult education will be found in Communications (The Weekly E-News or the calendar).
 

Regular Worship Schedule

Day

Time

Program/Event

Location

Sunday

8:00 AM

Holy Eucharist, Rite I without Music

St. Philip’s Church

9:00 AM Adult Christian Education (2nd, 3rd, 4th, (5th) Sundays) Sanctuary

9:15 AM — Noon

Nursery

Carr–Jorgensen House

10:30 AM

Holy Eucharist, Rite II, with Organ & Choir

St. Philip’s Church

Wednesday 9:00 AM  Calming Prayer and Meditation Parish Hall

 

10:00 AM

Bible Study

Parish Hall

12:00 PM

Noonday Service with Holy Eucharist and Healing Chapel of the Cross

Summer Worship Schedule
(Memorial Day Sunday - Labor Day Sunday)

Day

Time

Program/Event

Location

Sunday

8:00 AM

Holy Eucharist, Rite I without Music

Chapel of the Cross

9:00 AM

Holy Eucharist, Rite II

* Register Park in Oak Island

9:45 AM — Noon

Nursery

Carr–Jorgensen House

10:30 AM

Holy Eucharist, Rite II

St. Philip’s Church

Wednesday

10:00 AM

Bible Study

Parish Hall

* Register Park is located in Oak Island on NE 52nd at the Intracoastal Waterway

Sanctuary

The main church, or Sanctuary, at St. Philip's Church was built about 10 years ago to accommodate our growing congregation.  The Sanctuary has seating for over 200 worshipers, including a balcony that looks over the main worship space. The stained glass windows, donated by parishioners, allow light to stream into the worship space. One window depicting baptism,and the other depicting confirmation frame the main altar in the worship space. 

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Chapel of the Cross

Our Historic Chapel of the Cross is open 24/7 for prayer and mediation.  It is a wonderful space with natural light streaming in through the many windows.  This inviting and simple space was used as the main worship space at St. Philip's until the new Sanctuary was completed.  It's wooden benches and paneled walls add to the charm of the space.  Many people experience a feeling of peace and the presence of God as they enter, whether for silent prayer and meditation or for a service.

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