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Summer Reading 2017
Come to our Read-Aloud Kickoff on June 11!
Registration Form: files/Miscellaneous-Docs/2017-Summer-Rdg.pdf (673kb)
Book Response for Readers: files/Miscellaneous-Docs/About-My-Book-2017.pdf (420kb)
Book Response for Non-Readers: files/Miscellaneous-Docs/I-Can-Listen-2017.pdf (288kb)
Turn in your registration and review sheets at the Summer Reading Station in the narthex!
The St. Philip’s Library provides books; magazines; and audio, video, & computer materials for the education of our parishioners. From the Bible to contemporary issues, from saints & fathers to food & travel. Music, iconography, culture, history, spirituality & children’s selections. There’s something for everyone! (Please remember that children under 5 must be closely supervised by an adult when in the library.) See Chris Stavrou for more information or to help with maintaining the library.
A good resource for parents trying to find meaningful yet appropriate literature for their children (Book reviews from a Christian world-view): http://thestorysanctuary.com/
The St. Philip's Library has been a source of information, inspiration, and pleasure for many of our parishioners. Are you one of them? Please note the following when making use of our library.
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.
12th Tuesday after Pentecost