St Philip's Church
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.
10.30 am (note time change from July 2020)
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 15 years old. What to expect? A contemporary but structured service that people of all ages can enjoy.
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.