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!".
Our normal pattern of public services of Eucharist has resumed:
— Sundays at 8am (said service) and 10am (with music, but not singing), and
— Thursdays at 10am (said service).
|Services are operating in accordance with COVIDSAFE arrangements set down by government and the diocese. Changes to routine are unavoidable. Advice from the Wardens and Parish Council has been circulated to parish members. Click here to read the advice.|
Many of St Philip's weekly services are services of Holy Communion (Eucharist). This website includes many of the sermons preached week by week at St Philip's and the Sunday Bible readings used at St Philip's. At all church gatherings, we delight in celebrating God's love for all, shown to us in Jesus Christ. Each year we celebrate the great Christian seasons and festivals.