St. Philip Orthodox Church

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Life of Christ

Choir Concert

Sunday, April 6, 2 pm

Experience Christ in the ancient and timeless beauty and depth of the
Orthodox Christian a cappella musical heritage.

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Welcome to St Philip's

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Glory to Jesus Christ!  Glory Forever!

Protection of St. Philip, by the hand of Nicholas Papas
Protection of St. Philip, by the hand of Nicholas Papas
Protection of St. Philip, by the hand of Nicholas Papas
Welcome to St Philip Antiochian Orthodox Church!

 

Thanks for visiting our parish website.  We are grateful to God for His many blessings and we look forward to sharing them with you!

Located in the growing Philadelphia ex-urb of Souderton, Hilltown Township, Pennsylvania, Saint Philip is a vibrant, welcoming Orthodox Christian parish of the ancient Patriarchate of Antioch, where the disciples of Jesus were first called Christians (Acts 11:26).   We believe in and worship the Holy Trinity according to the unbroken Holy Tradition, most perfectly expressed in Holy Scripture.  Our services are celebrated in English.

We welcome the people of the Indian Valley and Bucks and Montgomery counties to join our parishioners, all ages and backgrounds, in worshiping the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and growing in the life in Christ and service to our neighbors.  

Besides an excellent choir leading the congregation in the ancient acapella chants of Byzantium, Russia, Georgia, and Christian lands we have many educational, service, and fellowship opportunities for all ages.

Though we are happy to offer this website and its many resources to you, we invite you to experience Orthodox Christianity more deeply.  St. Philip, our patron, said it very simply to his friend Nathaniel: "Come and see."

 
Searchable Scripture


Searchable Bible (King James Version), including the "Deuterocanonical/Aprocryphal" books
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Let the Children Come to Me - Children's Homilies on the Icons of our Parish

Let the Children Come Unto Me
Let the Children Come Unto Me


 

And the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch.   
(Acts 11:26)



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