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Women and men have equal place in the life and work of St. Philip.  We all have gifts God has bestowed on us to be used for the good of his kingdom on earth.  Those gifts, as we experience them at St. Philip, lead us in a number of directions.  This section gives you some idea of our current activities.

Sunday School

Learning is a life long process and we encourage all adults to engage in learning and faith talk.  St. Philip offers two adult Sunday school classes for that very purpose! For more information, visit the Sunday School page.

Weekday Bible Studies

St. Philip offers daytime and an evening Bible study classes. In addition to the Bible, we use a variety of study materials including the Kerygma Program. For more information, visit the Bible Study page.

Wednesday Night Fellowship

Every Wednesday night from September through May, you are invited to join us for fellowship, food and music. For more information, visit the Wednesday Nights page.

Women’s Groups

St. Philip offers several women’s groups for fellowship, study, support and outreach. For more information, visit the Women’s Groups page.

Men’s Fellowship and Softball

St. Philip fields a team in the North Raleigh Men’s Softball League, which is run by Bay Leaf Baptist Church. The softball team serves as a wonderful means of fellowship and fun during the summer. For more information, visit the Men’s Groups page.

St. Philip has an active Men’s Fellowship. For more information, visit the Men’s Groups page.

Senior Adults

Saints and Sinners: We are senior citizens, not all are retirees, who are very much interested in our church, our community and life in general. We meet the second Tuesday of each month in Luther Hall to enjoy lunch, fellowship and a program geared to our interests.

Book Club: The book club selects a wide variety of books to read each year. They meet monthly to discuss the book and enjoy fellowship.

Trips: The Senior Ministry team organizes a variety of trips each year. Most of them are day trips.

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