Worshippers at St. Philip’s are continually inspired by views from the twelve-foot arched window behind the altar that reveals the desert and the Santa Catalina Mountains beyond. The buildings and gardens of St. Philip’s have long drawn the attention and admiration of artists, photographers, and other guests. Our self-guided walking tour contains more information about St. Philip’s. Visitors are welcome to stroll the grounds and explore the Church when services are not in session. Of course you are also welcome to attend any of our services of worship.
If you would like to reserve space at St. Philip’s for a meeting or special event, please click on the links below to open printable versions of the Facilities Use Request Form and the Policies for Community Use of Facilities. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view the request form. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download a free copy here.
Please print the request form (below), complete all requested information, and return the completed form to St. Philip’s In The Hills Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 65840, Tucson AZ 85728-5840. Phone or e-mail requests will not be processed.
View more information regarding weddings at St. Philip’s.
- Facilities Use Request Form – PDF
- Facilities Use Request Form – Word (May be completed on the computer, and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Policies for Community Use of Facilities – PDF
The Columbarium Garden provides a place of quiet repose for those who have died. It is usually open at all times for those who wish to pay their respects or just spend some quiet moments of reflection. For more information, email Stella Lopez.
St. Philip’s Little Shop is a small gift and bookstore on the church campus. We specialize in Christian books and gifts for special occasions such as baptism, confirmation, and graduation. Visit us Mondays through Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. to noon, and Sundays before, during, and after services. All proceeds go to support the mission of St. Philip’s In The Hills Episcopal Church.
St. Philip’s nine-circuit octagonal labyrinth, built in the style of the labyrinth at Cathédrale Notre-Dame d’Amiens, France, was completed and blessed by our Bishop in April of 2012. Read more about our Labyrinth…
The Renouf-Nelson Library — located east of the church, and directly north of the fishpond — has an extensive collection of books, periodicals and audio-visual materials and strives to be place for spiritual development and intellectual growth for the parish and community. Read more about the Renouf-Nelson Library…