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Welcome to the St Philip’s Church and Centre

Due to the Covid-19 situation we are sorry to say that the church buildings are currently closed

Our Church is still meeting online for worship and we'd love you to join us each Sunday. For log-in details please  email us here

If you are interested in discussing room bookings in our Church centre once it is reopened, please email us here

 

Situated in the heart of Romsey Town, one of Cambridge's most varied and vibrant neighbourhoods, St Philip’s Church is a lively, growing Christian community. Mill Road is the one of the most interesting and culturally alive roads in England.

The Church Centre, open since Easter 2012, has provided a wonderful venue for all members of our community to meet with each other, and with God, through regular worship, Church group activities, and special occasions such as marriages and baptisms. In recent years St Philip's Church Centre has provided a venue for the Cambridge Film Festival, hosted concerts, movie nights and a wide range of community activities. We also hire out rooms in the Centre for meetings and office space and one of the largest venues in Romsey for hosting special events. And, with its friendly service and picture-windows overlooking busy Mill Road, the Cornerstone Cafe is a great place to stop in for coffee or a freshly cooked meal from early in the morning to the afternoon.

Our main Sunday worship is at 10.30am with many other opportunities for prayer and discovering more of Our Lord. Our style is informal, seeking to be relevant and inclusive to our varied community, while seeking to be faithful to the Scriptures and following Jesus.  

Visiting us in person is the best way of discovering what we are like! We look forward to meeting and getting to know you.

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Our sermons are on-line  www.stphilipschurch.org.uk  Then follow the links:  “Worshipping Together”,  “Discovery & fellowship”,  “Sermons”.  Then choose which one you’d like to listen to
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Please note that due to the current situation, our usual pattern of events and meetings has been suspended. 
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