St Philips Church, W8

St Philips is OPEN daily for Private Prayer

Our Sunday Worship is in Church and online!

With the lower hall now opened up our socially distanced capacity is 30 groups (up to 67 worshippers),

so please do come along to church, or join us via zoom HERE

Download Zoom Cloud meeting to your device to join in. Click HERE for more details.

Our Sunday and Wednesday service booklets can be found HERE.

We are praying regularly for all who are sick, anxious or isolated, as well as for our national leaders, scientists and medical staff and for all whose lives have been seriously affected by this crisis. Revd Philippa Turner, Vicar




St Philips is a welcoming and friendly Anglican church in Kensington, bordering Earl’s Court. We have many young families with children, but a few of us are in our 90s! Most of us live in the neighbouring streets. We celebrate our faith, but have plenty of room for those with questions and don’t discourage them.

Community Activities

For any questions about our community activities and volunteering, contact the Vicar, the Reverend Pippa Turner,

Our Services

Sundays: 10.30 am Holy Eucharist

Service booklets can be found HERE

Mondays & Tuesdays:

8.00 am Morning Prayer


9.00 am Morning Prayer

9.15am Holy Eucharist* followed by refreshments and fellowship

All weekday services are in church and via Zoom from Tuesday 1st September

August 2020 - POST COVID LOCKDOWN - St Philip's church has now re-opened its halls for permitted use activities.

Click HERE for more details / contact us by email at to discuss and/or to book a space.

Our regular hirers offering activities for the community are gradually resuming their classes now too - click HERE to see what's on.

We've made St Philip's Zoom!

St Philip's church have invested £10,000 in a new video system to equip the church for the post COVID digital age. This technology means we can offer hybrid services, enabling both those present in the church and those attending remotely to experience as close to a normal service as possible.

Live-streaming weddings, baptisms and other special services is now possible, and will mean that even those unable to attend in person won't miss out.

We are fortunate to have received donations to cover this amount now, and are very grateful to all those who have supported us financially with this project.

Rupert is our resident Zoom master and he performs this task in church every week, to ensure we reach as many people as we can.

We are looking for volunteers to help us with technology during the services from time to time - can you help?

This would be a great skill to learn - maybe you are /know someone about to embark on their Duke of Edinburgh Award. This fulfils the criteria of either the Skills, or the Volunteering Section.

Please contact Rupert for more information.

St Philips Annual Report 2019

Read our report about the life and work of our Church in 2019 HERE

JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER LIST. Click HERE to register for our regular email updates.

Virtual Collection Plate

St Philips Church is entirely self funded, and our income has obviously been significantly reduced during the current unprecedented crisis. During this pandemic, we are working to continue our mission

If you would like to put money in our virtual collection plate, either after a service or at any time, please click HERE. You can choose to make a one-off or regular donation, either of which will be very gratefully received. Thank you.

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