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Saint Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church, Tucson

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#11 of 13 in Historic Sites in Tucson
Church · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
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Sunday Services:

7:45 a.m.

Holy Eucharist Rite I

Eucharist in traditional language.

9:00 a.m.

Sung Eucharist Rite II

Eucharist using more modern language, adopted in 1979. Led by the St. Philip’s Singers and the St. Nicholas Choir. While families are welcome at all services, this service is particularly tailored to persons of all ages and is designed for those who encounter God through a sense of God made present in the community around them.

11:15 a.m.

Sung Eucharist Rite II

Eucharist using more modern language, adopted in 1979. This service chooses slightly more traditional liturgical elements than the 9:00, and is designed for those who experience God revealed in a transcendent way through their senses. Led by the Canterbury Choir.

4:00 p.m.

"Come and See" Service

A non-traditional, participatory liturgy with inclusive language, intended for those who are exploring their faith journey or those who are seeking a return to community within the church. (Held in the Music Center)

5:30 p.m.

Holy Eucharist Rite II with homily

Eucharist using more modern language, adopted in 1979.
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  • We attended St. Philip's a couple weeks ago and enjoyed high quality liturgy, wonderful music, and several welcoming people. Even if not there for worship, the church has several restful courtyards.....  more
    We attended St. Philip's a couple weeks ago and enjoyed high quality liturgy, wonderful music, and several welcoming people. Even if not there for worship, the church has several restful courtyards.....  more »
  • If you want the history please read the review titled 'Stunning View; Historic Architecture'. I'm not the religious sort but the view behind the altar showcases the mountains in the background which....  more
    If you want the history please read the review titled 'Stunning View; Historic Architecture'. I'm not the religious sort but the view behind the altar showcases the mountains in the background which....  more »
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  • Now that we live in Tucson again we can resume our yearly traditions. The Blessing of the Animals is one we love to attend and look forward to on the Saint day of St Francis. Such a worthwhile event that not only provides blessings but free microchipping, pet bed giveaways, food, services. Local vendors come to enlighten and support. The Rev’d Canon Mary, welcomed us and made it her responsibility to find St. Francis medallions for two of our furry kids. Our girls were blessed and came home with new dog beds and a pet playpen. The best part was all the love and attention everyone showed them. 💖 Highly recommend you pencil this in your calendar for next year!
  • My client and I go every Sunday she's been going to this church for so many years the people are very kind and loving and caring

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