St. Philip's is a TERRIFIC community, if we do say so ourselves!

There are various ways for everyone to connect socially, whether it's volunteering with one of our many community outreach projects or meeting in casual groups for conversation and libations.

Adult Fellowship



You're probably getting the impression that we St. Philippians really like our beverages. And you'd be right about that! Coffee Hour is fellowship time that immediately follows the last service each Sunday.  In the summer, when we offer an 8:30 am and a 10:30 am service, there is a Coffee Hour after each.


A very popular annual event, this full-course Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings magically comes together with the contributions of parishioners, family members, and friends.


An all-new program focused on our parishioners and friends in the 50+ age category. WYSE (Widen Your Senior Experience) is already offering new opportunities and lots more are in the works. St. Philip's is bursting with active "middle adults" as well as interested (and interesting!) more "senior" adults who have so much to offer. WYSE is where you belong! ALL are welcome! Most will be on weekdays, during daytime hours.  The first two that are happening now are:

Friday at the Movies 

A group of adults is gathering on Friday afternoons to enjoy movies on our super-big-screen TV in Miller Hall. We'll offer a variety of movie genres, from comedies to classics to modern masters. Join us at 2:00 p.m. in Miller Hall each Friday afternoon for movies, popcorn and fun.

Caregivers Connection

If you are a caregiver for a loved one, whether in your home or a care facility, and that includes caring for yourself, you may have questions about in-home aides, legal needs, meal delivery, long-term care, respite care...and many more. You can call Jill at the church office (828) 884-3666 and she will put a member of the Caregivers Connection in touch with you. That person has access to many local resources that might be of help to you and will guide you to the proper professionals who can assist you. Of course, all calls are confidential.


Please join with your fellow St. Philippians and peers and be part of this new fellowship ministry meeting monthly for folks 75+. Each month will have a “spotlight” speaker. In case you were wondering ... SAGE is open to both men and women! Contact Jill at the church office (828) 884-3666 or email Jill for time and dates.

Barbra McCune, SAGE Facilitator

Peggy Hansen, WYSE Coordinator; email her here.



Coupled with a program to provide food for thought and reflection, these communal suppers occur on Wednesday evenings during Lent. Volunteers provide a simple meal of soup, salad and bread for all to enjoy. Keep an eye out for program descriptions and topics on the St. Philip’s Facebook page.

Group at Foyers Dinner


Here's a great way to get to know members of the church. Small groups of parishioners meet in each other’s homes for good food, conversation, and fellowship during a fall and spring session, each of which lasts four months. The host usually prepares the entrée and provides beverages, while others contribute additional courses.


Join us for a yummy start to your morning with a hearty breakfast prepared by a rotating volunteer crew on the first and third Sundays at 8:15 AM. (Suspended during the summer.)


Episcopal Parish Programming (EPP) Is for Everyone!

A terrific committee of volunteers brainstorms and implements fellowship events for all age groups at St. Philip’s. EPP events include Parish Dinners, Parish Picnics, Wonderful Wednesdays, The Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Parish Hikes, Parish Campout, St. Patrick’s Day Picnic, and Wine and Cheese Socials. We welcome your input and ideas!

Episcopal Youth (in) Community (EYC)

EYC is all about fun, fellowship and faith. Young people in grades 6 through 12 are welcome to join us for one (or more!) of our weekly activities. And bring along a friend!

I grew up a cradle Episcopalian. The spiritual foundation I gained through the youth program at St. Philip’s largely shaped who I am as a person today.
— Ellie Rudd
Youth at Rocky's


This group, exclusively for 4th and 5th grade youth, is faith-based and focuses on fellowship. Episco-Pals meet for one activity per month. We might go for gelatto after school, garden in the Rice Street Community Garden, take a trip to the North Carolina zoo and more. The goal of this program will be to help facilitate both spiritual and social growth as well as cohort building and interest in continuing in the EYC program in the 6th grade and beyond.


This is when we grab something a little frozen at Rocky's Ice Cream Parlor. If you're in middle school, meet up with us on Mondays from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM for a banana split, a thick milkshake, or another of the yummy ice cream treats. Fun is definitely on the menu!


Bill's Boiler House on the Brevard College campus is just the place for an after school coffee hour. High schoolers, come and enjoy your favorite hot beverage or a cold mocha and catch up with your St. Philip's friends, Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:30.


During the academic year, local college students gather for dinner and compline, coffee and current event discussions, service and more. St. Philippians, who are away at college, gather during academic breaks to stay connected. To learn more about our events, check us on our Facebook. 


From mac 'n' cheese to chicken casserole, dinner is always scrumptious (free!) and coupled with faith discussions, games, service work, and more. Students in all grades gather in the Youth Activity Center (YAC) on Sundays from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

I have attended St. Philip's for over 15 years, and most recently, I began coordinating the Episcopal Youth in Community Program, working with youth grades 6-12. I enjoy a plethora of experiences and events with the youth each year from confirmation and Youth Sunday to social and athletic events. I love assisting youth in their journey to adulthood.

Dr. Kristina (Tina) Holland - Youth & Family Ministry Coordinator

I have attended St. Philip's for over 16 years. In November 2015, I began coordinating the Episcopal Youth in Community Program, working with youth grades 6-12. Most recently, our new Episco-Pals program for 4th & 5th graders and the Canterbury Brevard for college age students. I enjoy a plethora of experiences and events with the youth each year from confirmation and Youth Sunday to social and athletic events. I love assisting youth in their journey to adulthood.

As the Youth & Family Ministry Coordinator, the emotional and spiritual development of children is my priority. St. Philip's Episcopal Church is extremely careful about Safe Church practices. Please click here to see our Policies for the Protection of Children and Youth.