6400 Stonebrook Pkwy, Frisco, TX 75034 | Sunday 9 & 11:15 am

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Sunday School for All Ages (Children, Youth and Adults) @ 10:15 am


Sundays, January 9-30 | 10:15 am

“Crazy-Making: Why We Keep Doing What We Don’t Want to Do” – a new 4 week series on breaking bad habits in the new year!

As we begin a new year with new goals and resolutions, join us in HomeBuilders to learn how we can invite Jesus to help us break the unhealthy habits and patterns in our lives and families! Click here to watch a preview of this new HomeBuilders class study!

We all have patterns in our lives that we just can’t seem to shake. No matter how disciplined we are or how much willpower we have, eventually we find ourselves repeating the same patterns again. It’s crazy-making! Everyone’s struggle is different: it might look like criticizing, substance abuse, overworking, sexual sin, people-pleasing, or hundreds of others. Did you know that Jesus has given us a way out of these crazy-making cycles?

As followers of Jesus, we are called to let his truth and grace transform our real, here-and-now lives. Join us in HomeBuilders as we explore where these patterns come from, why we keep repeating them, and how to stop the crazy and live in the freedom Jesus makes possible!

In-Person | St. Philip’s Hall, Stanton Commons

Faith Foundations: The Book of Acts

"The Acts of the Apostles: The Dove and the Disciples"

Join the Faith Foundations group in our exploration of The Acts of the Apostles. We will be discussing this compelling book’s accounts of the Holy Spirit’s coming, the work of Peter, Paul, and others to build Christ’s Church, and the important lessons in discipleship found in Acts.

In-Person | St. Philip’s Hall, Room 102

Online | Join Zoom Meeting
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Episcopal Way

Beginning January 23 | 10:15 am

Take an in-depth look at St. Philip’s, the Episcopal Church, and it’s history and meaningful traditions.

The Episcopal Way class is perfect for anyone wanting to know more about the Church and is required for adults who wish to be Confirmed or Received into the Episcopal Church. Our next confirmations will be on Sunday, May 1. Contact Sarah McKee for more info.

In-Person | St. Philip’s Hall, Rm 101

CFM Sunday School

In-Person @ 10:15 am

We are thrilled to welcome your children back to in-person Sunday School!

• 6 weeks – 5 yr. in Preschool Bldg.
• Kinder – 5th Grade in St. Philip’s Hall, Quad

+ Email Jill Scott with any questions

Impact Mission Trip | February 26 & 27
Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop, Don’t Stop IMPACT overnight mission trip at Camp All Saints on Lake Texoma on February 26-27. Open to children who are in 4th & 5th grade. Register by January 23.

+ Register and get more details here

Youth Sunday School

In-Person @ 10:15 am | St. Philip’s Hall, Youth Room

Calling all 6th-12th graders – join us in the Youth Room at 10:15 am to discuss how we can serve others and show them God’s goodness!

+ Contact Shannon Osborne for more info

Alaska: Alternative Spring Break Youth Mission Trip | March 5-11
This opportunity is open to youth families, high school and college students. Curious? Wanna go? Have questions? Contact Shannon Osborne for more information.

+ Register and get more details here

Taste of St. Philip's Dinner

Saturday, January 22 | 6 - 7:30 pm

Are you new to St. Philip’s and want to find out more?

Our next Taste of St. Philip’s Dinner is Saturday, January 22 at 6 pm on our St. Philip’s Campus! We are looking forward to welcoming you in-person to a catered dinner where we can find out more about you and you can learn more about St. Philip’s! Join the Clergy for this fun evening event!

Childcare is available with a reservation. Pizza will be served for the children.

Please contact Suzy Wolf with any questions.

+ Register for Taste of St. Philip’s here

Annual Parish Celebration*

Sunday, February 6 | 5 pm

Save the date for our 2022 Annual Parish Celebration*, Sunday, February 6 at 5 pm in the Sanctuary! We will take a look back at 2021, share the current state of our church, and look ahead as we share our vision for 2022 and beyond.

At this time we will elect three new vestry members and thank our leaders who are finishing their term. Our vestry is made up of nine people, and each year we elect three to serve for a three-year term in accordance with our bylaws. The vestry is the elected lay leaders of our congregation who watch over our common financial life, fulfill specific canonical functions, and minister alongside your clergy for the flourishing of our congregation.


+ Meet our 2022 Vestry Candidates here

Women's Bible Study - Trustworthy

Begins Tuesday, January 18 | Morning and Evening Sessions

When hard times come and it seems God is deviating from the plan we assume our life should follow, we’re much more likely to want to tame God, not trust Him. It’s then that we begin to press into our ways and our own timing. No human can carry the weight of being their own god, but so many of us try.

In this 6-session study of 1 & 2 Kings, we will join Lysa TerKeurst in Israel as she honestly reveals the places of distrust in her own heart while exploring the deeply personal applicable Scriptures that will teach us how to truly trust God.

Study guides can be purchased on Amazon. We do not want the cost of the guide to cause anyone to miss this study! Please reach out to Suzy Wolf at suzywolf@stphilipsfrisco.org for financial assistance if needed.

Childcare is available at no cost with a reservation.

Morning session | In-person in the Study | Tuesdays, January 18 – February 22 | 9:30 am – 11 am

Register for Women’s Bible Study – Morning Session Here

Evening session | In-person in the Study or Online | Tuesdays, January 18 – February 22 | 6:30 pm – 8 pm

Register for Women’s Bible Study – Evening Session Here

Mom Connect Spring 2022

Feb. 3 - Apr. 28 | 9:30-11 am | Every other Thursday

We would LOVE for you to join us in Mom Connect, our fun moms’ group at St. Philip’s! Connect with other moms as we grow our faith, laugh, comfort, encourage and have FUN together through the journey of motherhood! Please join us every other Thursday from February 3-April 28 at 9:30 am (immediately following preschool chapel) in the Sanctuary! Childcare is provided at no charge. We also have fun Moms’ Night Out events throughout the year!

This semester we’ll be watching Mom Set Free together – a video based study with author Jeannie Cunnion. Watch a sneak peek here: https://youtu.be/SP8jGQrE_Gs. Moms are under constant pressure to get it right in all areas of life – work, home, family, and faith – but impossible standards leave us oscillating between worry, fear, anger, and shame. In this 7-session study, discover how the gospel message can empower you to parent in the freedom of God’s sovereignty, so that you can breathe deeper, walk lighter, and enjoy your children more than ever before.

Questions? Contact Sarah McKee.

+ Register here to attend and for childcare for the semester.

Pathways to Generosity

As we turned our focus to stewardship during October, the prayer, “Lord, where do you want me to be in my giving to St. Philip’s?” was the foundation of what we call Pathways to Generosity.

  • Examine your personal giving and how it reflects your relationship with Christ.
  • Reflect on the understanding that stewardship is about raising disciples, not money.
  • Discern how you will respond in your giving.

+ Make your Estimate of Giving for 2022 here