Note from Pastor Rene'

Alcoholics Anonymous® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. • The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. • A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. 

Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety

  Copyright © by  A.A. Grapevine, Inc.; reprinted with permission


Interested in AA? 

If anyone is interested in formulating or attending a new AA group in the Garland area, please contact the pastor for more information. Personal information will be kept confidential.

 “As a person who has witnessed firsthand the great work of AA, I wholeheartedly endorse this group and any opportunity to support this organization.”                        

 Pastor Rene’

Lectionary Reading For This Week

Jeremiah 31:31-34

Psalm 51:1-12

Hebrews 5:5-10

John 12:20-33

Children's Worship Team Meeting

Sunday, March 18th after Worship 


Choir Rehearsal

Sunday, March 25th after Worship


BUNCO Date Change

Bunco has been moved from

March 12th to March 19th


Lent/Easter Services

  3/29/18 - Maundy Thursday Service 7pm

 4/1/18 - Easter Musical

Services - 8:30am & 10:30am with a  reception in between


Craft Fair

The craft fair has been moved to Saturday, May 5th. 


Altar Flowers

 Did you know you can host flowers for Sunday? There is a sign up on the bulletin board outside of the nursery. Cost is $40 and you will be recognized in the bulletin. This is great way to celebrate someone or something.


 Box Tops for Handley

Don’t forget to bring in your box tops.

You can leave them in your Sunday school class or

there is a box in the NARTXEX you can put them in.


Tom Thumb Good Neighbor

Did you know that St. Philips receives a check each month from the Tom Thumb Good Neighbor program?

We receive 1% of your purchases excluding pharmacy, fuel, tobacco and alcohol.

 If you haven’t already take a moment when you are at the store to link  your card to St. Philips. You will find a card in the NARTHEX for you to fill out. Our Charity number is 3000 which I have already filled in for you. Just drop the card off at the customer service desk the next time you are in. If you don’t know your reward number the customer service desk attendant will help you.


Prayer Requests 

© Anne & Larry Seidenberg-Jones

© Barbara May

© Betty Palmer

© Bill Hardy

© Caleb Freeman

© Chris Schmitt

© Chestnut Family

© Cleveland Family- Family of Rudy Hill

© David Hardy

© David Reeves

© Dennis Prewitt

© Doris Romanowski’s Son and Daughter

© Faye & James Nabors

© Gene Hildinger

© Gerald Davis

© Hazel Irby

© Jeanne Gilbert

© John Kendrick

© Joyce Dowless

© Katherine Dykes – DeeGee Bailey’s sister – pancreatic carcinoma

© Kathy Robertson

© LaDonna Sanderson

© Marty Garrett

© Robert Gross

© Trenda Barber

© Yolanda  Pena

New Requests

© Russell Eckwall

© Husband of a Friend of Sharon Dickerson has terminal cancer



Weekly Calendar

Sunday,  March 18

10:30am - Worship Service

Children's Meeting after church


Monday, March 19

6:30pm Bunco


Tuesday, March 20

3:30pm Probation


Wednesday, March 21

6pm Praise Team

7pm All Choir Practice


Thursday, March 22


Friday, March 23

9:30am JAM


Saturday, March 24


Sunday, March 25

Palm Sunday

Choir Rehearsal


Red Wagon Needs:

Peanut Butter & Jelly

Details about the Red Wagon Ministry are in the NARTHEX.