St. Philip’s Episcopal Church
We are a community of people who yearn to receive more and more of what God gives, believing this provides us with what we need and cannot give to ourselves. St. Philip’s strives to be a Christian congregation, committed to showing up in order that we may remember what it means and what it takes to be God’s people. Rooted in this faithfulness, we work together to honor and support one another, staying open and grateful for what lies ahead in the life our community.
Since 1871, St. Philip’s has been a place where people have been invited, welcomed, and shaped into being followers of Jesus. Like the world at large, St. Philip’s has faced the challenges of change and sometime hardship. Yet, we have chosen to do more than survive. We choose to be faithful, to be retooled in our faith, and to be people whose faithfulness can be trusted and shared.
9 am Scripture of the Day Study in the Parish Hall Holy Communion Service begins at 10:00. Sunday School and Nursery also available.
Philip was a disciple of Jesus, and when a friend asked him if any good thing could come out their small town, Philip said, “Come and see.” The same invitation and commitment to explore what really matters in life marks the life of St. Philip’s, Easthampton. Come and see what life with God is like. Come and see how members of St. Philip’s explore and learn and grow and inquire and mature as people rooted in Christ and open to the vast promises of God.
Can any good thing come out of our little church on Main Street?
We would love to welcome you and to invite you to share with us the love of God lived out together in our little community.
We choose to be people whose faithfulness can be trusted and shared.
Meet the leaders of our congregation.
Our church has nearly 150 years of history as a house of Episcopalian worship.
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.
Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
News & Announcements
The Take and Eat ministry, a collaboration between St. Philip's, Our Lady of the Valley, and Westhampton Congregational prepares and delivers weekend meals to over 90 clients in Easthampton, Southampton, and Westhampton, on the fourth Saturday of each month. This non-denominational effort serves elders and home-bound in need. If you, or someone you know needs […]