St Philips Church, W8
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. Please see our Service Booklets.
The third Sunday of each month (during term time) is the All Age Service when the children participate in leading the worship, and stay with the rest of the congregation in church.
Mondays & Tuesdays (except Bank Holidays): 8.00 am Morning Prayer.
Wednesdays (except Bank Holidays): 8.30 am Morning Prayer.
12.30pm Holy Eucharist followed by fellowship and discussion. Bring a packed lunch; we will provide hot drinks.
Mondays (except Bank Holidays): Bible Study in Church 2.30 -3.30pm. Come and join our informal discussion - usually on the next week's Sunday Bible readings.
Wednesday: 1.15pm: Book discussion and fellowship. Malcolm Guite's poetry on the psalms. Bring your own lunch; we will provide hot drinks.
Thursdays (Second Sunday of the Month): Monthly coffee morning 10.00-11.00am at The Scarsdale Tavern, Edwardes Square. W8 6HE.
For any questions about our community activities and volunteering, contact the Vicar, the Reverend Pippa Turner, firstname.lastname@example.org
“Through a glass, quietly ...”
“Come and See … and Hear”
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.
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.