Parish Life

Would you would like to participate with the Back Packs made up for the migrant and off-shore workers who come to the County? Join us on Saturday, February 17, 2024, for a presentation on what is collected, and how you could help out. Come for muffins and coffee at 9:30 a.m., the session will start at 10:00 a.m.


Click on PHOTO to see how St. Philip’s celebrated Christmas 2023

Sunday, December 3rd was St. Philip’s White Gift Sunday. Gifts and monetary donations will be given to the Picton Salvation Army Christmas Hampers. As you can see, our parishioners were very generous, please prayerfully consider a donation to this worthwhile cause!


Click on PHOTO to read more about Bishop William’s visit to St Philip’s.

Our November 2023 Saturday Morning Talk was on Honey Bees! Click on the PHOTO and read all about it!

Click on the PHOTO to see some wonderful remembrances from our Remembrance Day Service and Reception

Guest Preacher Rod BrantFrancis

On Sunday, September 17, October 15 and October 22, we welcomed Reverend Rod BrantFrancis as our guest preacher. And preach he did! We are so grateful to Rev. Rod for joining us, and we look forward to having you back to St. Philip’s again!


Thanksgiving at St. Philip’s

A special Thank You to the St. Philip’s Altar Guild, for beautifully decorating the church for Thanksgiving!


Saturday Talk on Fraud

Members of our Outreach Group with Acting Staff Sergeant Sean Guscott

On Saturday, October 14, St. Philip’s Outreach Group hosted a presentation by OPP Detachment Commander Acting Staff Sergeant Sean Guscott. Sean was very open and understanding that seniors are falling victim to fraud, and has witnessed it in the County.

Below are a few of the slides Acting Staff Sergeant Sean Guscott presented to the group. The dollar value of the fraud being reported was surprising, especially as it is estimated that only 5% is actually reported. Sean answered many questions from the room, which was very much appreciated.

Acting Staff Sergeant Sean Guscott

See what fun we’ve been up to this summer!

Click on PHOTO for link to our 145 Synod report by Alfie and Gord Deyo
Our Pork & Corn Roast Dinner was such a success! Click on the PHOTO to read all about it!
A beloved member of St. Philip’s turned 100 this year – click on PHOTO to read more about the Walker family celebration!

Celebration of Ministry & Tree Dedication

On Sunday, June 11, 2023, we had a double celebration! We honoured the ministry of our parish priest and pastor, Nancy Beale, as on Wednesday, June 7th she was installed officially as a Canon in the Diocese of Ontario. Nancy was actually made a Canon in 2020, but due to the pandemic, the celebration recognizing her dedication and service to the church was postponed. We also celebrated our lay reader, Paula Walker, as she was honoured with an Award of Merit at the Diocese of Ontario Synod in May, 2023. Click HERE to read what Bishop Oulton said about our Paula!

Then we dedicated this tree, as a recognition of St. Philip’s part in Bishop Oulton’s 160 Tree Project. St. Philip’s planted over 160 trees on parishioners’ properties in celebration of Bishop Oulton’s retirement.

A tradition at St. Philip’s is a May 2-4 weekend paddle! This year the weather was cool, but hey, no rain – so we had a great time! Click here for more photos!


2023 Pancake Supper

Yet another successful and fun Pancake Supper was held at St. Philip’s! Fun, because who doesn’t like pancakes with sausages and LOCAL maple syrup! And successful, as $565 was raised for DOORS – the Diocese of Ontario Refugee Sponsorship.

Tom making fluffy and delicious pancakes!
Click on PHOTO for a copy of the Vestry Report

Click on PHOTO to see our 100 Years celebration!

Celebration of New Ministry!

Canon Nancy Beale

On Sunday, May 15, 2022 St. Philip’s and our new minister, Canon Nancy Beale, held our our Celebration of New Ministry. The service was officiated by Bishop Peter Mason, as Bishop Michael Oulton was not able to attend. It was a lovely day for this celebration, click here for more information and some photos from the day.


Welcome Canon Nancy!

We at St. Philip’s are so very pleased to welcome The Reverend Canon Nancy Beale as our new incumbent, in shared ministry with St. Andrew’s Anglican Church in Wellington. Nancy is with us on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month – come and check her out!

On Sunday, November 28, 2021,we “officially” welcomed Canon Nancy to St. Philip’s. And in true St. Philip’s style, we did it with cake!


All Mothers and Children Count: St. Philip’s is a very proud supporter of PWRDF. The Canadian government has extended matching donations to the All Mothers and Children program to the end of June 2021. All donations given to St. Philip’s designated to PWRDF by June will match it six to 1. We thank you for your generosity!


Want to join us in worship but don’t feel comfortable coming into the Church? We have the solution for you! Just park in the church lot, and turn your radio to channel 88.3.

Retro styled image of an old car radio inside a green classic car

Do you have a prayer request? Our team of parishioners confidentially pray for the needs of our church, our community and our world. If you have a prayer request, for a need or thanksgiving, or would like to join the team, please email us  here.