Sharing & Caring 

We care about our community and help whenever we can.

Each year at Christmas time mittens and hats are collected for local children who have none. We Care & We Share.

At Christmas time mittens and hats are collected for local children who have none. We Care & We Share.

Community Service

Many church members volunteer to help those in need by volunteering at HALO Ministries in Salisbury. Halo is a Christ-centered faith based ministry that provides programs and services for the homeless and hurting men, women and children in our community.

Church members serve as clowns to cheer up patients at Peninsula Regional Hospital

Church members serve as clowns to cheer up patients at Peninsula Regional Hospital

Help for those in need. Our congregation  provides  discretionary funds to our clergy that helps people in need. This year the fund provided individual assistance with: Heating, rent, utility, medical and legal bills; food for those in need; transportation for the disabled; scholarship assistance for Episcopal Camp Wright, conferences and mission trips.

We work with Westside Primary School each year to provide a needy family  with gifts to help them have a Christmas to remember.

Ministries

2nd Friday of each month, parishioners assist with serving meals to those in need at HALO (Hope and Life Outreach) at 119 South Boulevard, Salisbury, MD.

2nd Monday of each month a luncheon meeting of the church women is held (Call Ginny Zirkel for time and place 410-860-8818)

Weekly…assist with delivery of meals to the shut in with Meals on Wheels

Church Mouse Thrift Shop (Nearly New Shop) open 1st Saturday of the Month 9 am- 12 noon, and each Saturday from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Located adjacent to the church Parrish House in Quantico. Home furnishings, toys, seasonal decorations, china, jewelry, lamps and more! Donations accepted (No Clothing.) 

Collaboration

A collaboration between St. Paul’s Springhill Parish in Hebron, and St. Philip’s is in the works. Sharing of resources and clergy is our goal. St. Paul’s lost its historic (1773)church building to a fire in 2014, followed by the retirement of its Parrish Priest. We look forward to a rewarding relationship in which we will worship together on a schedule yet to be determined(the Spring Hill Parrish House now serves as its worship center.)

 

Spring Hill Church HebronSpring Hill Interior

St. Paul’s Spring Hill Old Spring Hill Fire 2014Church