Latest News and Covid update (19th March 2021)

Church Services have started again in the building – in a limited and cautious way and mainly designed for those who are unable to use Zoom. More information and details of how to book.

  • The main Sunday service is still on Zoom at 10:30am every Sunday and we would love you to join us there if you can.
  • Our next service in the Church building is planned for Palm Sunday, 28th March, at 4pm and will include Communion.
  • Maundy Thursday (1st April) – all-age take-away supper with Zoom
  • Good Friday (2nd April) – time to meditate on the cross with images, words and music at 10:30am in the Church – booking is necessary as numbers are limited.
  • Holy Saturday (3rd April) – private prayer in the Church
  • On Easter Day (4th April) there will be a service of Holy Communion in the Church at 8:30am followed by the usual 10:30 service on Zoom.

The Church and Centre are open for hirers whose activities are permitted during this lockdown – please contact the office if you would like to make a booking. We currently have groups using the various rooms most days but would welcome more and are Covid-Secure.

The Café is closed at the moment but we hope to open again on 17th May if permitted by the government.

The APCM (annual Church meeting) is planned for Monday 19th April at 7:30pm and will be on Zoom. Information about the Electoral Roll and its revision can be found on the Get Involved page.

St Philip’s Church is a lively, growing Christian community in the heart of Romsey Town in Cambridge.

Mill Road is one of the most interesting and varied roads in England. The Church Centre opened in 2012 and is 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. St Philip’s Church Centre also provides a venue for concerts, movie nights, exercise groups and a wide range of community activities and classes. We hire out rooms in the Centre for meetings, seminars and office space and are one of the largest venues in Romsey for hosting special events.

With its friendly service and picture-windows overlooking busy Mill Road, the Cornerstone Café 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 service is at 10.30am (currently on Zoom) with many other opportunities through the week for prayer and discovering more about Jesus. 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.