Edward Farley Hunt was Organist at St Philip’s from 1912 to 1918. He was killed in action 100 years on 26th March 1918. Philip will read his profile out at the service on Palm Sunday.
“A first class murder” based on a Hercule Poirot mystery – will take place at St. Philip’s Church on Saturday 24th March at 7pm. There will also be a silent auction. Tickets £10 in advance from Church Wardens (there is also a ‘sign up’ form at the back of church); ploughman’s supper included – please … Continue reading Murder Mystery Evening
An opportunity to raise £130 towards St Philip’s Church Annexe project. This year Ecclesiastical Insurance celebrates its 130 year anniversary of insuring Anglican churches. As a thank you they are offering to donate £130 to St Philip’s for every new home insurance policy taken out from now until the 31st July 2018. More information can … Continue reading Raise £130 for the Annexe
The Lectionaries until the end of March are found here.
If we do believe in God, the failure to entrust our whole lives to Jesus, to learn from Him and to follow Him throughout our life, is illogical; if God is really there He knows so much more about life than we do, and gives us our life meaning and purpose. Most people say they … Continue reading
A "Bumps, Babes and Toddlers" group is now held every Thursday morning between 9:30am and 11:30am at St Philip's. This is an informal group for those with young children - have a chat while the children play. Tea and biscuits available. (£2 donation requested).
Pictures from the exhibition held from 4th to 9th August 2014 at St Philip's to mark the 100th Anniversary of the Great War have been added to our site here