St Philips Church

St Philips, the local church on Earl's Court Rd, Kensington


St Philips is a welcoming, friendly and growing 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.

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Regular services

Sundays: 10.30 am

Mondays & Tuesdays: 8.00 am Morning Prayer

Wednesdays: 9.00 am Morning Prayer; 9.15am Holy Eucharist followed by refreshments and fellowship.

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How to find us

St Philip's Church, Earl's Court Rd, London, W8 6QH

Underground: Earl's Court

Buses: 74, 328, C1

Community Activities

Our next Community Activity will meet Monday 3rd February at 3.45PM in Church with some gentle exercise followed by tea. This event is geared for those over 60 but all ages are welcome!

For any questions about our community activities and volunteering, contact the Vicar, the Revd. Pippa Turner, at

FILMCLUB - Saturday 29th February - WINGS OF DESIRE


Every Wednesday during term time, 10.30am in the Church;

Join us for an hour of crafting in our "Meet, Make & Mend" fellowship session. Free to attend.

Every 1st Monday of the Month, Community Activity, 3.45 - 4.45pm in St Philip's Church;

Meet new people or old friends and enjoy an afternoon activity. The event is open to all, and all are very welcome, but is designed for people aged 60 and above, their carers or companions. Activities include Tea Dances, Bingo, Chair Yoga / Exercise. Light festive refreshments will be served.

Every 2nd Thursday of the Month, Community Coffee Mornings, 10-11am at Scarsdale Tavern;

Come along for a cup of coffee or tea, meet or catch up with neighbours and share local issues and ideas.

Cost £2 (includes hot drink and biscuits).

Every 4th Tuesday of the Month, Book Club, 11-12.30pm in the Church;

Come join a group discussion on books that make us wonder and ponder.

Refreshments provided. Suggested donation: £2