Prayer requests

In these ever-changing times, there is one steadfast, our loving God. The mission of our ministry and the vision of the Church are to be aware of the needs of others and respond to these needs through increased prayer. We have a team of prayer warriors ready to pray for you. Please click here so one of our angels can lift your prayers to the Lord. Please note all requests will be treated as confidential unless you ask they be added to the prayer list.



How has GOD answered YOUR prayers?

As a way to share our faith with others, we are compiling the answered prayers of members of our congregation, your families and even friends. Too often we see the touch of God in our lives and we keep it to ourselves.

Please take this opportunity to let others see how God has been there for YOU in your hour(s) of need. You can submit as many answered prayers as you wish. Either click here to submit online, email them to the church, or bring them to church on a Sunday morning. You can indicate if you want them printed with your name or anonymously. By sharing how God has answered our prayers and changed our lives, we are witnessing God’s love to others.

“Ask, and it will be given you; search, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened for you.” Matthew 7:7


St. Philip’s is one of the founding member congregations of Braes Interfaith Ministries, a collaboration of Judeo-Christian Congregations which provides physical, spiritual, and emotional assistance to persons in need within selected zip codes in Southwest Houston: 77025, 77035, 77045, 77051, 77053, 77054, 77071, 77085, 77096.

Located on the property of Willow Meadows Baptist on West Bellfort, BIM is a valuable source of food and other services. Our church is committed to providing BIM financial support, non-perishable supplies and volunteers throughout the year.

We accept donations for BIM and deliver the items to them throughout the month.

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If you or a loved one has a substance abuse issue and need help, St. Philip’s offers a place to support one another. The group meets each Tuesday evening at 7:00 pm in Room 107 of the Education Building. Please contact the office with any questions.