6400 Stonebrook Pkwy, Frisco, TX 75034 – 214-619-5806

Latest Updates

IMPORTANT UPDATE – NO ON-SITE SERVICES due to the Covid-19 outbreak
We will be live streaming our Sunday 9am service below.

We’re here to help in this challenging time. If you or someone you know needs pastoral care, call our Pastoral Care Line at 469-353-5300. We have a team member available 24/7 to speak to you. 

First Time to Worship at St. Philip’s? Welcome! We want to meet you and answer any questions you might have. Contact our Director of Community Life, Brandi White at brandiwhite@stphilipsfrisco.org.

Follow along using our worship bulletin, which can be downloaded here.

Download and Print our Pre-Reader Kid’s Bulletin here.

Download and Print our Reader Kid’s Bulletin here.

Visit our giving page to find out how to make your donation online.

During this season of Lent, and especially during this time of trial where many experience health and financial troubles, consider giving to our Parish Assistance Fund so that we may continue to serve the needs of our parish family. Give online to our Parish Assistance Fund.

If you have a prayer request, please email prayers@stphilipsfrisco.org. Please do not post prayer requests in the comments.

If you have a pastoral care need, please call our Pastoral Care Line at 469-353-5300.

We look forward to worshiping with you in person again soon. Thanks for watching.

Adult Sunday School

Topic: Lesson 5 - Antioch with Bishop Stanton

Sundays at 11 am (Please note later time)

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Meeting ID: 970 953 609

If you want to listen on your phone, call this number.
Then enter the meeting ID: 970 953 609

Youth Sunday School

Topic: Book of Acts

Sundays at 10:15 am

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Students in 6th grade or better are invited to join us as we study the book of Acts and how God equips us to live out our mission in the world.

CFM Sunday School

Topic: Palm Sunday

Watch Fr. Ryan’s Palm Sunday Children’s Chapel Message here!

Each Sunday CFM will link a RightNow Media Kids video to watch together as a family. We’ll also include discussion questions to download for parents.

This week’s video: The Mr. Phil Show Season 1: Session 3

Download this week’s discussion questions here!

Special 5 min family devotional for Palm Sunday: Each day during Holy Week a video from this series will be posted on our CFM Facebook page (Like the CFM Facebook Page).

Here is Palm Sunday video link!

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Bonus For Families: Minute to Win It Games for Palm Sunday

Holy Week Online Service Times

All services will be streamed from our YouTube channel and on our website.

Maundy Thursday Online Worship
Thursday, April 9 @ 7 pm

Experience Jesus’ final night with his disciples when he modeled a servant’s heart through the washing of their feet and then instituting the Eucharist as we celebrate it today. This moving service is essential for preparing your heart for Easter.

Prayer Watch

Keep Watch With Jesus – Following the 7 pm Maundy Thursday service we will begin a Prayer Watch lasting throughout the night. You can participate in the Prayer Watch from your home. Download your prayer watch booklet.

Good Friday
Online Stations of the Cross – Friday, April 10 @ 12 noon

Join us as we retrace the final journey of Jesus Christ as he makes his way to the cross.

Easter Sunday Online Worship
Sunday, April 12 @ 9 am

Join us for traditional Easter worship as we celebrate our risen Savior and the new life that only comes by faith in Him!

Exciting News from Your Rector Search Committee!

Friday, March 27, 2020

Greetings in Christ!

I hope this email finds you well and coping as best as possible during this surreal and troubling time.

I’m sure I speak for many when I say that I’ve never missed a group of people like I miss my St. Philip’s family. The staff has done a tremendous job bringing beautiful services right to our living rooms…but I’m eager for the day when we can gather together again!

As you know, a few months ago the Vestry formed a Search Committee to find the next Rector of St. Philip’s. But after our first meeting, it became clear that we weren’t really called to search. We were called to pray. Pray for our parish, pray for each other, and pray for the person who God has already chosen for us. We were also called to listen. Listen to our parish, listen to each other, but most importantly, listen to God. And then, after fervent prayer and patient listening, we were called to discern. In reality, it’s not really a “search process,” but rather a season of discerning. Holy and obedient.

Our recent parish survey spoke to us in a clear, unified voice. Even more than a competent preacher, this parish overwhelmingly believes our next rector needs to be a visionary…one who can chart a strong, dynamic course. Someone with the skills to strengthen our foundation AND envision a bold future that’s Christ-centered and unapologetically Kingdom-focused.

After much prayer and thoughtful discernment, I’m thrilled to say that God has brought us a leader who answers our prayers and fulfills the wants and needs lifted up by this parish.

On behalf of our Senior Warden, Lance Taylor, the Vestry and Search Committee, it’s my honor to announce that we’ve called the Reverend Canon Michael Gilton to be the third Rector of St. Philip’s Episcopal Church.

Michael, who planted St. Paul’s Prosper in 2007, comes to us from the Diocese of Dallas where he was most recently the Canon to the Ordinary. His first Sunday with us will be on Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020. He and his wife, Kathleen plan to live in the heart of Frisco and are both excited to be a part of our parish life.

Click here for Fr. Michael’s video greeting!

When we are no longer social distancing, we look forward to formally welcoming the Giltons to the St. Philip’s family. We also look forward to celebrating Fr. Clayton for the incredible leadership he has given and will continue to give as Michael’s partner in ministry. And finally, we look forward to thanking Bishop Stanton for the amazing pastoral support he has shown us over the past 5 months.

But for now, we wait. In these disquieting times, Paul’s words in 2 Corinthians 4:17 bring me much comfort, “For this light, momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison.” Beyond these dark clouds is the promise of light and hope. Brothers and sisters, know that you are in my daily prayers. I’m excited to begin this next chapter and eager to see what amazing things God has in store for St. Philip’s.

God bless you,
Stevi McCoy
Chair, Search Committee