Philip was a native of Bethsaida on the Sea of Galilee.

Jesus found Philip and said to him, "Follow me." Philip obeyed and a little later told Nathanael about Jesus. "Come and see," Philip said (John 1:43-46).

This is the invitation of St Philip's Parish:
"Come and see!".
Not Closed

7 June 2020.

Exodus 34.1-8
Song of the Three Young Men (APBA, p. 399)
2 Corinthians 13.11-13
Matthew 28.16-20.

Trinity
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, there will be no public church services or other gatherings at St Philip's for a few more weeks. The normal pattern of public Sunday services is expected to resume from Sunday 28 June, but changes from normal routine will be essential. Please see below for more information.

FBEach Sunday, the service of Eucharist is livestreamed on St Philip's Facebook page at 8am.

YouTubeLater, the service will be available on our YouTube channel and also available from this page, below.
(Until then, the previous service will be displayed.)

Each week, please download the pewsheet for the readings and prayers — together with news and information for the week.

Pentecost

Eucharist for Pentecost Sunday, 31 May 2020.
Associate Priest, the Revd Canon Professor Scott Cowdell, assisted by the Rector, the Revd Martin Johnson, and Ms Lisa Carley.
Music played by Mr Colin Forbes. Camera and technical: Mr Leighton Mann.
Acts 2.1-21, Psalm 104.26-36, 1 Corinthians 12.1-13, John 20.19-23

Also read a Pentecost pastoral letter from our Bishops, or download a copy of the letter.

Trinity

"God is with us." Bishop Mark's reflection for Sunady 7 June.

Resumption of services

The worship and prayer life of the Parish continues. The Eucharist is celebrated three times a week by Revd Martin and the offices of the Church are said morning and evening. There will be no public services for a few more weeks at least.

ACT regulations now allow gatherings of up to 20 people. The small Thursday Eucharist will recommence from 11 June (in the church, not the Lamerton Centre).

Step 2.2. of the ACT Recovery Plan allows numbers to increase to 50 from 20 June onwards. Unless there is a change of situation in the meanwhile, our normal pattern of public Sunday services is expected to resume from Sunday 28 June. Essential Covid-19 planning is underway. Advice on how the services will operate will be provided beforehand. Changes to routines will be unavoidable. The Lamerton Centre will remain closed until further notice.

Giving to St Philip's

giving

Please continue to support St Philip's, even though we are not able to meet for church services at present. Giving can be done via electronic funds transfer, or you can post a cheque.

Click here for bank account details and the postal address.

Information and keeping connected

Please read the weekly pewsheet to keep up to date with our parish's resonse to Covid-19.

The Keep Connected webpage of our Diocese has links to parishes recording services and resources from Bishop Mark and others.

For advice about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health alert, please read information from the Australian Department of Health and from A.C.T. Health.