Please click to read an important message from Pastor Tillman regarding St. Philip’s Operating Procedures
(Effective December 1, 2020)
We ask that you read and become familiar with the following Operating Procedures for entering and being in the building.
Messages from Pastor Tillman, IV
If you need any COVID-19 preventative materials (hand sanitizer and face masks), please call and make an appointment to pick up your order accordingly. Kits can be picked up Monday through Thursday, between 9:30am & 1pm.
If you would like to share any prayer requests or urgent health concerns with the Pastor and/or congregation, please contact the church office via email or phone call.
HEALTH COMMISSIONER UPDATED DIRECTIVE AND ORDER REGARDING FACE COVERINGS IN PUBLIC
Pursuant to State Executive Order No. 20-16-10-02, November 6, 2020
The Order basically states that all persons two (2) years and older, living within or entering the geographic boundaries of Baltimore City are required to wear a Face Covering when in public.
ALL Annual Reports are due by December 31, 2020. Please send the following reports to include Council, Committee and Auxiliary Reports to the church secretary via email at email@example.com.
Thanks, Council President Lynette Todd.
St. Philip's Nominating Committee
The Annual Congregational Meeting is coming up soon (in January, 2021). The order of business includes nominations of members to serve on the Church Council. The committee is praying that our St. Philip's Family members will search themselves and their hearts and find that they can step up and say, “Here I am, Lord! Send me.” If you are interested in serving on the Church Council or know of anyone who is interested, please contact a member of the of the Nominating Committee: Dr. Shirley Plater, Shawn Webster, Sr. (443)734-5431 or Dr. Bernard Gross (301)273-5104 as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Shirley V. Plater at (410)302-5424 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Philip's Evangelism and Social Ministry
The committee greatly appreciates your response to the God's Work, Our Hands Letter Writing Campaign. Your letters of encouragement mean more than you know to our partners in faith at the Community of St. Dysmas. You may continue to send letters of encouragement as your heart moves you to do so. Address them to St. Philip's Evangelical Lutheran Church, ATTN: Evangelism & Social Ministry Committee, 501 N. Caroline Street, Baltimore, MD 21205
Message from our neighbor
First Baptist Church at 525 N. Caroline St.
JHU Food Access Program:
The Program will be extended through November 2020 and possibly, through the end of the calendar year 2020. Distribution days are on Wednesdays.
The food being distributed will be similar to what has been given out. It will not; however, include 2% fresh milk.
In addition, on specific Tuesdays (11/10, 11/17, 12/01, 12/15) First Baptist will have available Farm Fresh Produce (only), to give out, times not yet set.
Giving Glory and Honor to God!
Need Food Assistance:
Baltimore City is Delivering Grocery Boxes
Currently have no food at home or will run out before you can buy more
Can’t afford paid meal or grocery delivery
Are experiencing financial, social or medical hardships due to COVID-19
Have someone at home who is able to prepare food
What should qualifying household expect:
Will receive a grocery box with enough non-perishable food for 1-2 weeks depending on household size
Will receive a box within 3-4 days of ordering
To see if you qualify:
Adults 60 and older: call 410-396-2273
Resident 59 and younger: call 2-1-1