Worship and Building Use Schedule

As of July 5, we have begun to hold in-person worship services and welcome the return of our community groups and 12 step programs to our parish buildings.

While we welcome everyone to worship with us, visitors and members must adhere to federal CDC/NYS DOH reopening guidelines to ensure that we can continue to provide a safe and healthy worship space for all persons.  We thank you for your compliance.

Face coverings and social distancing will be required while on parish grounds.  Those persons in vulnerable groups at risk for adverse effects from COVID-19 are urged to continue to worship remotely.

9:00:  Half Mass on the Grass at St. Philip’s Church

We have a beautiful 30-minute liturgy with music weekly each Sunday on our front lawn.  In the event of rain, the service will be in the Parish Hall.  As we cannot use AC or fans safely during this time (forced air currents increase the risk of spread), if the Accuweather forecast predicts temperatures of 90 F degrees that Sunday, in person services will be cancelled.

Please remember to bring your own face mask.  Undercroft Restroom will be available for emergency use only. 


For those unable to join us in person, home prayer resources will continue to be provided as below.  Virtual Coffee Hour also continues!


10:30:  Prayer @ Home



The full Lectionary:



11:15:  Join the Holy Eucharist at Washington National Cathedral



12:30:  Virtual Coffee Hour

Join our Zoom Meeting If you are not on the parish email list, please email Mother Suzanne (sculhane@dioceseli.org) to be added to our list and recieve meeting information.


Daily prayer is also easily referenced.  Our Book of Common Prayer, is available online at https://www.bcponline.org


If you are currently not on the parish email list and wish to receive our worship resources, please send an email to StPhilips06@aol.com

Mother Suzanne continues to be available for pastoral support at this time. She is available to pray with you by phone or video chat if desired. Please do not hesitate to reach out to her if you are sick, isolated, or afraid, or simply to let her know how you are doing.  Please let her know of pastoral needs in the community, especially with regard to the most vulnerable among us.  Mother Suzanne may be contacted at sculhane@dioceseli.org or 917-453-8591.

Do you want to be included in our daily prayers? If you or a family member is ill and wish to be placed on our prayer list, please email StPhilips06@aol.com. Your request will be sent out to our parish members to be included in their daily prayers. We pray daily for healthcare workers, first responders and all those who comfort and care for the sick and dying.

Do you need help in grocery and pharmacy shopping? For our parishioners and friends who are elderly or who suffer from underlying health issues, if you are reluctant to travel to stores for necessary supplies, please email StPhilips06@aol.com for volunteer help in grocery shopping and pharmacy runs.


We urge you to continue your financial support of the parish during this time. Unfortunately, our bills for utilities and other expenses do not stop during this time of quarentine. Please either mail in your contributions or use the PayPal link on the righthand bar. Please remember that we must pay a percentage of each online donation to Paypal for the use of its services. Please consider adding an additional 2% to your Paypal donation to help cover that cost to the parish.

Please watch for updates via our Facebook page: @stphilipsbrooklyn

Most importantly, please remember to hold each of us in your prayers, as we will hold each of you.























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