REMEMBERING GRENFELL FOUR YEARS ON. 14 JUNE 2021
REMEMBER, REFLECT, UNITE
To mark the fourth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, churches across the country will ring their bells at 7pm on Monday, 14th June.
St Philip's will ring its church bells 72 times, once for each victim of the fire. This will be followed by two minutes’ silence, after which there will be four more rings, one for each year since the fire itself.
The bells will be a reminder of the anniversary, and an opportunity to quietly offer up in prayer those whose lives have been devastated by the fire, as well as remembering those who were lost.
The church is OPEN daily for private prayer and public worship.
Come and See!
With our prayers
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.
Sundays: 10.30 am Holy Eucharist
Service booklets can be found HERE
Mondays & Tuesdays: 8.00 am Morning Prayer (followed by Eucharist during Holy Week)
Wednesdays: 9.00 am Morning Prayer
9.15am Holy Eucharist followed by fellowship
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.