4990 New York Avenue - Arlington, TX 76018

About Us


Sunday December 19, 2021:
Fourth Sunday of Advent
Holy Communion Service @ 10:30am
Carol of Nine Lessons Follows @ 11:30am
Refreshment/Entertainment Following

Saturday December 25, 2021: 
Nativity of Our Lord- Christmas Day
Holy Communion Service @ 10:30am

Sunday December 26, 2021:
First Sunday After Christmas
Holy Communion Service @ 10:30am

Friday December 31, 2021
New Year's Eve Service @ 10:00pm

Saturday January 1, 2022
Feast of the Holy Name
Holy Communion Service @ 12:00noon

Sunday January 2, 2022]
Second Sunday After Christmas
Holy Communion Service @ 10:30am

Holy Communion Service @ 10:30am

4990 New York Avenue, Arlington Texas 76018
Church: 817-417-7714   |   Rector’s Cell: 214-773-2254    |

Some of the Vestry Members (Vestry Retreat at Camp Crusis TX, 2017).

St. Philip-the-Apostle Anglican Church, Arlington  Texas

 is a Parish Church in the  Anglican Diocese of Fort Worth. This is a God-honoring, and faithful Diocese in Communion with the Worldwide Anglican Church. Here at St. Philip-the-Apostle Church, we  worship  God in the Anglican Tradition, proclaiming Christ as Lord and Savior. We use the Book of Common Prayer & The Hymnal, and our worship is expressive and vibrant.  Our  Theology, Preaching, and Teaching are sound and orthodox, and faithful to the Bible and to the 2,000 years of Christianity.


The Mission of 

St. Philip-The-Apostle Anglican Church, Arlington Texas is 

Proclaiming the Gospel of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,

Helping Our Members and Other Develop and Grow Spiritually

And in Christian Love and Charity, Serving One Another and 

Our Community, and Engaging in Corporate Worship

And other Godly Activities for the Glory of God and 

The Expanse of His Kingdom.

  Thanks for visiting our website. If it is possible, please visit and worship with us at our physical location: 4990 New York Avenue, Arlington TX 76018. 
May the Lord bless and keep you and your loved ones, in the Name of Jesus Christ Our Lord.  AMEN. 

Church Services
Holy Eucharist:    Every Sunday, 10:30am

The Rev. Dr. Kingsley Jon-Ubabuco, Rector

(Vicar, June 2007 - March 2017;  Rector, March 2017 - Present )

St. Philip-the-Apostle Anglican Church of Arlington, Texas is a Parish Church in the Episcopal (Anglican) Diocese of Fort Worth, which is a God-honoring, Biblically faithful Diocese in the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA) and in Communion with the Worldwide Anglican Church. 

Here at St. Philip’s Church, we worship God in the Anglican Tradition, proclaiming Christ Our Lord, using the Book of Common Prayer. Our Theology, Preaching, and Teaching are Biblically-sound and faithful to the Faith and the Gospel as received, preached, taught, and proclaimed for centuries and from generation to generation. Our worship is vibrant and expressive, reflecting the African culture, from which most of our members originally came and have some connection. We usually have some refreshment, reception, and socialization following our services. There is always something interesting happening at St. Philip’s! This is a warm and lively congregation. Please join us if you are an Anglican living in the Metroplex and are looking for such a congregation as ours.

We know that there are thousands of African Anglicans in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex who are presently not worshiping in an Anglican Church. If you are such a person, we specially invite you to come and join us. Bishop Iker and the Diocese of Fort Worth have put a lot of resources in establishing and maintaining St. Philip’s so that we and our children (the future generations) may not lose our Anglican heritage and tradition. May the Lord guide and bless you. Amen.

Our Prayer

Prayer for St. Philip-the Apostle Anglican Church
Heavenly Father, pour down your Holy Spirit upon St. Philip-the-Apostle Church,
and grant us brighter vision of your Glory, a richer experience of your power,
increased faithfulness to your work, and a renewed dedication to your service
so that through our witness your Holy name be glorified and your Kingdom advanced
through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, One God, now and forever. Amen