At St Philip's, we glorify God and make disciples by creating a community where we live the love of Christ.
"Come and see" said Jesus' friend Philip when Nathaniel asked him about Jesus.
We invite you to "come and see" what the good news of Jesus Christ is about!
Stanley Spencer OBE RA. Jesus Overturning the Money Changers' Table (1921). Stanley Spencer Gallery, Cookham Village, Berkshire
Inclusion — We respect the individual and embrace and honour diversity.
Relevance — We promote Christ as central for our community, our world, and ourselves.
Caring — We share Christ's love through welcome, hospitality, service, and stewardship.
Relationships — We build nurturing connections with God, each other, and the wider community.
Worship — We provide a space for people to celebrate and grow in the healing love and grace of Christ.
Sunday 24 March – Palm Sunday
8am & 10am: Eucharist with blessing and distribution of palm crosses
28 March – Maundy Thursday
7pm: Eucharist and Washing of Feet
29 March – Good Friday
9am: Morning Prayer
30 March – Holy Saturday
10am – 4pm: Quiet retreat
Sunday 31st March – Easter Day
6.30am: Lighting of the new fire & the First Eucharist of Easter
from 8am: Easter Breakfast: all welcome
9.30am: Festal Eucharist
Download the most recent pewsheet. Weekly editions are usually published on Saturday afternoons.
You will find the readings for each Sunday here. They are also listed in the latest pewsheet.
Search and enjoy our library of sermons.
We acknowledge the Ngambri and Ngunnawal people, the traditional custodians of the land on which we worship, and pay our respects to their elders past, present, and emerging. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who worship with us.
Please do not attend church if you feel unwell. Please be aware of hand hygiene and mindful of social distance. Thank you. Masks are available for those who wish to wear one.