Sundays at St Philip
- 8am – Holy Communion. A short, small traditional worship service with no music and a short reflection/homily.
- 9am – Contemporary Eucharist. ‘Eucharist’ literally means ‘thanksgiving’ – and is the celebration of Communion, also known as the Lord’s Supper. At our 9am worship we usually have a mix of contemporary and traditional hymns – there will be Sunday School and youth activities outside from 9:30-10:30am. The 9am service is also live-streamed on YouTube for those who wish to worship online.
Occasionally we combine both services (this usually happens the Sunday after Christmas, our Parish Picnic in June, and on other special occasions). Please keep an eye on the events page of this website in case there is a change.
Mask and Communion Protocols
- Masks: (April-June 2022) In consideration of those in our community who are elderly and/or particularly vulnerable to infection, we continue the practice of wearing medical-grade masks whenever attending worship, in accordance with the current diocesan recommendation, and out of an abundance of caution given the current overwhelmed state of local hospitals.
- Communion: We will continue at this time to receive bread only at communion.