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Welcome to the St Philip’s Church Centre

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. 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 housed the Paralympic Flame on its journey through Cambridge, 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 have the largest venue in Romsey for hosting special events. And, with its friendly service and picture-windows overlooking busy Mill Road, the Cornerstone Cafe (run by Papworth Trust) is a great place to stop in for coffee or a light meal.

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

Mill Road bridge

Whether you are a recent arrival, are thinking of relocating here, or just paying a visit to Romsey Town, you'll discover a close-knit community with its own sense of identity, forged in the last decades of the Victorian era when Romsey was built.
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Cambridge Churches Homeless Project December to March St. Philip’s are working with the City Council, Jimmy’s, 8 churches and 1 synagogue (1 venue for each night of the week). We take turns to provide a friendly welcome, hot supper, and safe space to sleep for up to 15...
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