Ongoing adult classes meet on Sunday morning - 9:30 to 10:45
Church and Society regularly features speakers and presentations on a variety
of contemporary and historical matters of faith and practice. > see upcoming class listings
Education Wing/Sanctuary Building, Room 201
Bible Study is an ongoing and thorough investigation of the multi-dimensional Word of God. Currently the class is engaged in a study of the book of 1 Samuel which tells of the rise of the kingdom of Israel and the eventual rise of David as their leader, revealing throughout the very human traits of the people involved in the narrative. The Bible study class utilizes the insights of a variety of scholars to expand our understanding of God’s message of faithfulness to God’s people. All are welcome. Nancy Cook and Al Waldrop lead the discussions. All are welcome.
Education Wing/Sanctuary Building, Room 204
SPa is the Saint Philip Adult "youngish" class with discussions that link scripture to life and culture.
Current Topic: "That They All May Be One: The Evolution of Christian Community"
SPA will be learning about Christian and other religious communities, from the New Testament through today.
For more information email: St. Philip Adult
Education Wing/Sanctuary Building, Room 200
Saturdays/Sunday - class meeting times vary
The St. Philip Arts & Crafts Studio
place to create and to educate with shared tools and supplies. St. Philip members have access to the studio and its resources to work on individual projects; groups can meet in the Studio to collaborate on larger or long term projects such as banners or quilts. Weekly workshops are offered that are led by volunteers from St. Philip and the community. Would you like to donate to the A&C Studio? Time, Talent, Supplies and equipment are welcomed. Please contact Jeromy or Lori Murphy at 713.447.5320 or email@example.com.
> see upcoming class listings
Classrooms (older building) next to the Education Wing, Room 9
The St. Philip Stitchers | Quilters lovingly creates youth quilts for House of Tiny Treasures. The House of Tiny Treasures
is Houston’s ﬁrst nationally accredited early childhood development center dedicated to serving homeless children
and families. Its mission is to provide comprehensive early care, education and therapeutic services to build stable, functional lives. Upcoming meetings can be viewed on the > church calendar
For more details and info: please call (713) 622-4807
> see more details on our Mission Page
- 10:00 a.m. - Classrooms (older building) next to the Education Wing, Room 9