Masks encouraged by civil & ecclesial authorities

Coffee To-Go on Sundays

Virtual Sunday School

Liturgical Schedule & Guidelines
(As of January 1st)

Dear St Philip Family, Christ is in our midst!

“[Love] does not rejoice in unrighteousness, but rejoices with the truth; bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails.

1 Corinthians 13:6-8

Masks encouraged by civil & ecclesial authorities

Coffee To-Go on Sundays

Virtual Sunday School

Weekly Services

Saturday – 6:30pm – Great Vespers

Sunday – 8:45am Orthros, 10am Liturgy

Wednesday –

6:30pm – Little Compline

7:15-8:30pm – Live Not By Lies Discussion

Friday – 6:30pm – Paraklesis

Saturday – 10am Liturgy (Masks Required)

Holy Communion Preparedness

Orthodox Christian

Keeping Commandments

Recent Confession

Confession by Appointment, Prior to and Following Services

Prayer & Fasting

Coming to Liturgy on time

Church Office Hours

         Monday – Friday, 10am-3pm

Overflow is set up in the narthex and nave.
Left side of the nave is reserved for masks. 
Common Sense and Uncommon Love
 

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Pray and work for repentance and unity in Christ for our parish and country.  Don’t do the devil’s work by gossip or slander, whether in person or online.  Prepare for temptation and persecution, but be strong in Christ, His Mother, and all the Saints.  We live by Faith, not by Fear!

          In Christ,     Fr. Noah Bushelli

 
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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 Orthodox Church! 

Thank you 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 a capella chants of Byzantium, Russia, Georgia, and other 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."

 

 

Reflections on Holy Scripture that explore the connections and continuity between God's self-revelation through His Prophets and Apostles and the ongoing life, faith, worship, and practice of the Orthodox Church.

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Additional Stewardship & Giving Options

Office Hours

Monday - Friday:  10am - 3pm

Calendar


Searchable Scripture


Searchable Bible (King James Version), including the "Deuterocanonical/Aprocryphal" books
          http://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/kjv/


Podcasts

Podcasts
Homily: Fr James Thayer
18 Mar 2020 at 10:11am

Homily given by Fr James Thayer on the Divine Liturgy



Homily: Sdn Luke Carpenter (03-08-20)
12 Mar 2020 at 10:11am

Homily given by Subdeacon Luke Carpenter on the Sunday of Orthodoxy



Homily: Fr Noah Bushell (03-01-20)
4 Mar 2020 at 10:11am

Homily given by Fr Noah Bushelli on Forgiveness Sunday



Homily: Dn David Hyatt
27 Feb 2020 at 10:11am

Homily given by Dn David Hyatt on the Divine Liturgy



Homily: Sdn Justin Gohl (20/02/16)
19 Feb 2020 at 10:11am

Homily given by Subdeacon Justin Gohl on 2/16




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

Saint Philip Orthodox Church
1970 Clearview Road
Souderton, PA  18964
215-721-4947
office [at] st-philip.net

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