A Friendly Visit
St. Philip’s 20/40 Fellowship recently partnered with Family Services of Montgomery County’s Project HEARTH (Helping Elderly Adults Remain in Their Homes) for their first service project.
Through Project HEARTH, a licensed clinical social worker visits seniors in their own homes to help them cope with anxiety, depression, illness, isolation, loneliness, and loss. In addition, dedicated HEARTH volunteers provide seniors with concrete support services, such as transportation, grocery shopping assistance and minor home repairs. (More information about Project HEARTH can be found at http://fsmontco.org/programs/seniors/project-hearth-helping-elderly-adults-remain-their-homes)
Bowling Outing - March 17, 2013
Let the Children Come Unto Me
Children’s Homilies on the Icons of St. Philip’s - Our holy icons can become mere old-fashioned decorations to our children unless the stories of the Bible, Church history, and the Saints become our family stories. Only then can children grow deeper in their love of God and more mature in their lives in the Church. Fr. Noah Bushelli attempts to do just this in these live recordings of homilies to children of his parish about cooperating with God's love in the company of His saints.
2nd Friday after Pascha
Visit the Online Chapel for more daily readings, hymns, a monthly calendar of saints and feasts, and more.