Saint Philip Orthodox Church
Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese
Souderton, Pennsylvania

PLEASE NOTE:  We are in the midst of reorganizing our website a bit. If you can't find what you're looking for, please be patient and click around. If you're really stuck, contact Kh. Vera in the church office. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Thank You
As we publish our updated website and its maintenance moves into the church office, we wish to thank Brian Ephrem Fitzgerald for creating our original site and maintaining it over many years.  Much of the content on the new site was gleaned from the old site, and was composed by Brian.  Thank you, Brian, for all you've done for St. Philip's!

Icon Credits
The icons used on our website were borrowed from the following sources:



Annunciation, at St Philip's. By the hand of Nicholas Papas.  Photo by Subdn Vince Kaufmann; flower frame arrangement by Vaso Scebes.

St Apollonarius.  Courtesy of Orthodox Fellowship of the Transfiguration.

Christ Blesses the Children.  Courtesy of Come and See Icons.
Dormition of the Theotokos, at St Philip's. Courtesy of Nicholas Papas
St Ephrem the Syrian.  Courtesy of Archangels Books.

Fathers of the 1st Ecumenical Council:  Courtesy of Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North America.
Holy Myrrhbearers.  Courtesy of Iconographics by TheoLogic Systems.
Jesus Heals the Blind Man.  Courtesy of Come And See Icons.


St. Philip the Apostle (St Catherine's Monastery, Sinai).  Courtesy of Brian Ephrem Fitzgerald.
St Philip the Apostle.  Courtesy of Orthodox Wiki.
Protection of St Philip.   Courtesy of Come and See Icons.
Resurrection.  Courtesy of Come and See Icons.

St Romanos the Melodist.  Courtesy of Archangels Books.
Theotokos (Iveron).  Courtesy of Come and See Icons.
Trinity (Hospitality of Abraham) by Andrei Rublev.  Courtesy of Wikipedia.
Pilgrimage.  Unknown. (Downloaded from the internet before we started noting sources.  If you know where it comes from, please contact us.)




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Children's Homilies

Let the Children Come Unto Me
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.

And the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch. (Acts 11:26)
Saint Philip Orthodox Church     |     Contact
1970 Clearview Rd ~ Souderton, PA  18964
215-721-4947 ~ office [at] st-philip.net