St. Philip's Church Harlem
Acolytes assist the priest at the altar and ensure the orderly and smooth progression of worship.
The guild are lay persons responsible for preparing the altar for all services and maintenance of communion vessels and elements for Holy Communion.
Candace was the queen of the Ethiopians. It was her eunuch/chamberlain was converted to Christianity by Philip the evangelist (Acts 8:27). The organization fosters spiritual growth through service oriented activities within the church and the community-at=large.
Children five to 18 are taught Christian theology based on the Book of Common Prayer and the Bible.
Offers and supports activities that foster communication, education, and cultural exchange to provide enrichment and involvement for St. Philip's congregation and our Harlem community.
Daughters of the King
An Order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church or churches in communion with it or churches who are in the Historic Episcopate. Members undertake a rule of Life, incorporating the Rule of Prayer and of Service. Daughters pledge to a life-long program.
A coalition of churches conducts monthly outdoor worship service in Marcus Garvey Park (Madison Avenue at 120th Street) St. Philip's service is every third Sunday of the month. Parishioners make box lunches for participants.
Beautification of sanctuary and other areas of church property with plants and flowers.