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Church Hill meets at two locations

St Philip’s Church

3 York Street, Sydney (enter via Jamison St)

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The Garrison Church

60 Lower Fort Street, Millers Point

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  • Transport to St Philip's Church

    We are 300 meters from Wynyard Station and a ten minute walk from Circular Quay. From the north, buses drop you right outside the door on York Street. From the South they drop you nearby on Clarence Street. Check out public transport timetables for more details.

  • Transport to The Garrison Church

    Circular Quay provides both a ferry junction and the closest train station to the church. Buses (the 311 and 324 routes) stop within a few minutes walk the church.

  • Parking at both sites

    Finding a car park on Sunday is relatively easy. There are often spots available on the street. You will need to allow for some time to find a spot. Parking is about $3 per hour on a Sunday and most meters accept both credit cards and coins. Most parking spots are two hours or more. Check signs to be sure.

On arriving

What to expect

When you arrive at a Church Hill service expect a warm welcome. A regular member will greet you at the front door and help you find a seat. Our services go for about an hour and involve singing, prayer, readings from the Bible and a sermon. There's also plenty of time to meet people after the service. We don't expect everyone to be a Christian so you’ll never be asked to do or say anything that you don't want to. Our hope is simply that you will come to a deeper understanding of who Jesus is and what it means to follow him.

Your kids

At Church Hill we want to see children love God and follow Him. Kids’ Church and Crèche are held during our 10.15 am Service at St Philip’s, however your children are welcome at any of our services. Our Kids’ Church leaders are trained and checked (safe ministry) because we know kids need to be looked after.

Our Sunday Services

  • St Philip's Church

    St Philip's Church


    8.30 am

    St Philip’s began with the 1662 Book of Common Prayer and this service continues in this rich tradition. What to expect? A one-hour service following the profound words of the Prayer Book, together with the receiving of Holy Communion each week. Hymns are accompanied by organ and the clergy are robed. The service is traditional and reverent, yet warm and alive.

     

    10.15 am

    This service is home to many who live in and near the City of Sydney, and is a supportive and safe place for our families. The service has a kids’ program for children aged 18 months to 12 years old. What to expect? A contemporary but structured service that people of all ages can enjoy.

     

    6 pm

    The idea of our 6 pm service is simple: we gather people with big hearts and full diaries. Most are young city workers, though there’s beautiful diversity even so. What to expect? The gathering is informal, yet sensible. We feast on good music, good teaching, good food, and ultimately a good God. We regularly eat together afterwards at a local restaurant, so, if you can, factor in some time to stick around afterward. 

  • The Garrison Church

    The Garrison Church


    9.30 am

    What to expect? A small, but growing community that ranges in membership age from 2 years to 70 years! This service is historically appreciative in form and yet very approachable. We meet weekly to discover more about what faith in Jesus looks like in our daily lives. Travellers are regular guests as our church is close to the Overseas Passenger Terminal.

     

    4 pm

    The 4pm Congregation might be the youngest member of the Church Hill family, but it meets in Australia’s oldest military church. Church Hill 4pm exists not because of something new (like our community), nor something old (like our building), but because of something timeless: God’s work to rescue and renew the world through Jesus. Though most folk at 4pm are young city workers, each Sunday you’ll find a diverse range of people and a warm welcome. Expect high quality music, good conversations over good food, a talk and discussion about Jesus, and a common desire to work out how he makes a difference to all of life. No prior knowledge about Jesus is required or assumed.



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