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4990 New York Avenue - Arlington, TX 76018

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR!!
OUR HARVEST IS COMING UP IN OCTOBER!!!














CONGRATULATIONS!!

The Winner Claims  his Prize:

Mr Peter (Pete) Okonkwo of Richardson/Dallas was the Winner of the St Philip the Apostle Anglican Church Raffle Drawn on March 19 at the Churchyard. 

The winning ticket was sold to Pete by DJ Uzo Nkenke. Mr Okonkwo does not attend or belong to St Philip's Anglican Church. 

As advertised, the winner picked his choice of a 2017 Toyota Camry from Vandergriff Toyota, Arlington Texas.  

From left:  Mr. Ossy Nwalusi, Chief Gab Ojo, Mr Pete Okonkwo (the winner), Rev. Kingsley Jon-Ubabuco (the Rector), Dr Bart Akubukwe (Sr Warden), and Dr Emeka Anwah (Chair, Build Committee). 

We sincerely Thank everyone for their  support to us by the purchase of tickets. 

By supporting the Building Project, whether through ticket purchase or other ways, you have given to God and for His work and glory. 

I pray the Lord grant to each person the PRIZE of His choosing and in the manner and time of His choosing. 

Everybody is a Winner because it was given to God.  

May the Lord bless us all, and bless His work, in the Name of Jesus 
Christ our Savior.  Amen 

Rev. Kingsley Jon-Ubabuco, 
Rector 



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,Most Gracious God, we Thank You for the good soils, seas and waters, rain, sunshine, weather, times and seasons, seeds, plants, livestock, fruits, vegetables, etc., You provide to us for our health, growth, wellness, and joy. 

On this Thanksgiving Day, mercifully grant us the grace to celebrate with Family, Friends and Well-wishers, and with joy. 

Forgive us in all the ways we've not rightly and appropriately acknowledged and honored You as the source of all our Blessings. 

Above all, give us,  always, your peace, love, and the awareness of your abiding presence. 

May Your Goodness and Mercy continuously follow us all the days of our life. 
This I pray in the Name of Christ Our Savior. AMEN. 

HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL!
Rev. Kingsley Obi Jon-Ubabuco,
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PAST EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

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Some of the Past Ministry Events of the Years











After Months of Praying, Meetings, Planning, Registration, & other Preliminary Processes, 

The Anglican Women's Union  (AWU)
Gladly Announces the Official Formation in the Dallas/Fort-Worth Metro,
of this Organization that unites ALL Anglicans and all former Anglicans
who need to be Part of the ANGLICAN COMMUNION!!

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CHILDREN'S MINISTRY  CHRISTMAS/NATIVITY PLAY



















Advent
Advent comes from the Latin word - adventus - which means 'coming'. Advent then, is a time of preparation and expectation for the Church, not only for the coming of Christmas, (Christ’s Mass), but also for the Second Coming of Christ.

FROM THE BISHOP:   We need to resist the inclination to start celebrating Christmas  prior to the evening service on Christmas Eve, December 24.”
The Advent Wreath should be lit for all Eucharists during Advent, including weekday celebrations. The Advent Wreath is a visual symbol marking the progress of the season of Advent .”
                                               
                          WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW CHRISTIAN YEAR!!!























































IN HONOR OF THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN DEFENSE OF OUR NATION.

WE SALUTE 
OUR FALLEN HEROES AND
 OUR VETERANS!!

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CELEBRATING
 THE BIRTH OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH: 
THE DAY OF PENTECOST.

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May 29, 2012, marks the 463 years of Publishing of
The BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER (BCP) in England in 1549.


“Common Prayer” means Public Prayer, (ie. The Book of Common Prayer means The Book for Public Worship). The BCP was originally published in English, so that the people could hear the Word of God and actively participate in the Worship of God in their vernacular. This means that the monarch and bishop as well as the priest and peasant all used this prayer book, in the language of the people.

The Book of Common Prayer was first published in 1549. It was briefly outlawed (1552) during the reign of Mary I. The Elizabethan Religious Settlement of 1559 was implemented to end the catholic – protestant controversy in the Church of England.  It included the Act of Supremacy – 1559 which returned ecclesiastical authority to the monarch.
 
 The Act of Uniformity – 1662 required the use of the BCP 1662 in all services of the Church of England.  The changes incorporated in the BCP 1662 included the use of the King James Version of the Bible for the text of the Epistles and Gospels, a Baptism service for adults and formal inclusion of the Psalter and the Ordinal. The BCP 1662 was for centuries, and to this day, "The Prayer Book".

The BCP has enriched and blessed Christianity, and indeed the world, with vast spiritual and liturgical resources, to the Glory of God!

The  Book of Common Prayer (Ekpere na Abu/Akwukwo Ekpere) directly contributed (more than any) to the development of the Igbo Language. By insisting on having the Holy Bible and the Prayer Book in the Language of the People, the Anglican Missions, over the centuries gave rise to the development of indigenous languages the world over. What a BLESSING!!
I pray the Lord bless His Holy Word and strengthen all who honor the Holy Writ, as “heaven and earth will pass away, but, My (His) words will by no means pass away”, says Christ in Matt. 24:35; Mark 13:31, and Luke 21:33.

May the Lord bless and keep us all, as we worship Him in Spirit and in Truth, and in the Name of Jesus Christ Our Lord. Amen.


Rev. Kingsley Obi Jon-Ubabuco, Vicar
St. Philip-the-Apostle  Anglican Church
Arlington Texas
Anglican Church of North America (ACNA)















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OUR PATRON SAINT'S DAY

CELEBRATION

 
is on SUNDAY MAY  20th.



Starting with a Special  Worship Service at 11:00am


 and followed with Entertainment, Good Music,


  Good Food, Funfair, & Out-door Festivities. 
 

COME & CELEBRATE WITH US!!


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4990 New York Avenue, Arlington TX 76018

www.stphilipsanglican.org



Rev. Kingsley Obi Jon-Ubabuco
Vicar
St. Philip-the-Apostle Anglican  Church
Arlington, Texas
817-417-7714







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May God pour Heavenly Blessings upon

you, and your family, in the name of Jesus

Christ Our Lord. Amen.






Rev. Kingsley Obi Jon-Ubabuco



Vicar


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See some Photos from Recent Events at St. Philip's.



SIR OYIBO ODINAMADU, MON, BA., MA., KSC. SPEAKS AT THE RECENT WOMEN'S DAY CELEBRATION

 IMAGES FROM SOME OF THE RECENT CELEBRATIONS AND WORSHIP SERVICES:
(Women's Day Celebration)


























AT THE CELEBRATION OF THE RETIREMENT OF FR. FELIX AKINKUGBE, THE VICAR EMERITUS















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PHOTOS FROM PAST EVENTS/PROGRAMS/SERVICES