Philip was a native of Bethsaida on the Sea of Galilee.
Jesus found Philip and said to him, "Follow me." Philip obeyed and a little later told Nathanael about Jesus. "Come and see," Philip said (John 1:43-46).This is the invitation of St Philip's Parish:
"Come and see!".
Golden summer, Eaglemont Arthur Streeton 1889, NGA Canberra (detail).
The Sundays after Pentecost began with Trinity Sunday and continue until the church year ends in late November with the Feast of Christ the King. The season after Pentecost is the longest season of the church year, just as most of our lives are spent in the times between the big dramatic events. It's a time of opportunity and growth in faith and life — day-by-day, week-by-week. It's a time to sow good seed and to harvest. Like every other time, it's a time of welcome, a time of invitation to "Come and see!"
Our normal pattern of public services of Eucharist has resumed:
Sunday, 5 July
Eucharist for the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost, 5 July 2020 at 8am,
"Right Rhythm," Bishop Mark reflects on Matthew 11.28-30 for the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost, 5 July 2020.
Please continue to support St Philip's, even if you are not able to attend at present because of health precautions.
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Click the image for a larger version.Words by Jane Manfredi.