Sunday Services

The heart of our life together is when we gather each Sunday, to meet with God through His word, to pray for each other and the world, and to share our lives in fellowship at the end of the service.

Who is Jesus?

At St Phils, we believe that the most important thing we do is help each other in our journey with God.

Do you want to learn more about Christianity?

Getting Involved

Whoever you are, you’re welcome at our church. We’d love to have you along at any of our weekly ministries!

Wheelchair Access

Single level access is available from our entrance from the Combara Avenue Carpark.  Once inside the Church buildings you will find that everything is suitable for those who are less mobile.

Hearing Loop

The church auditorium is fitted with a hearing loop. Switch your hearing aid to ‘T-coil’ setting. The loop is installed on the last 3 rows of seats (pews) on both sides of the church.  If you have difficulty with the hearing loop then please speak to an usher and we’ll have it sorted in no time!

Accessible Toilet

An accessible toilet with properly fitted hand rails and other facilities is available next to the main men’s and women’s toilets.

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402 Port Hacking Rd

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402 Port Hacking Rd -34.046401, 151.123466

The best way to get to St Phils is on foot, by train, by bus or by car.

Our address is 402 Port Hacking Road, Caringbah.

By Train: Catch a train to Caringbah Station.  Walk from the station, crossing the Kingsway and walk down Port Hacking Road till you see the church.

By Car: If you are driving, we have car parks which can be entered from either Port Hacking Road or Combara Avenue.  If you would like wheelchair, single level access, we recommend you enter via the Combara Avenue entrance.

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We are stoked to be hosting a hub for Youthworks LiT (Leaders in Training)! In years 9-12? Get in contact with us for more info or check out the LiT website 💻 Theres no better way to spend the first week of these upcoming school hols! Just 15 spots left at the Caringbah hub 🔥

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We are stoked to be hosting a hub for Youthworks LiT (Leaders in Training)! In years 9-12? Get in contact with us for more info or check out the LiT website 💻 Theres no better way to spend the first week of these upcoming school hols! Just 15 spots left at the Caringbah hub 🔥

#Repost @ywlitcamp
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Tickets selling fast 🎫💨 Get your spot before they are all gone!! Head to youthworks.net/lit #lithubs #litspring20 #regoNOW

Food Van today a bit damp & dismal, but team spirits were good and our customers appreciated the fruit & veggies sourced by Suzanne & Grant ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Food Van today a bit damp & dismal, but team spirits were good and our customers appreciated the fruit & veggies  sourced by Suzanne & Grant

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I picked a good week to be isolated!

We had a ball last week at the Kids Plus circus 🎪 We were encouraged through Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians to persevere in faith even when faced with challenges and trials. In a fun test of patience and perseverance we made juggling balls and attempted to juggle 🤹‍♀️ 🤹‍♂️
Come along for more fun with friends and Jesus this Friday 3:45-5:15!
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1 month ago

Mobile Drive through Food Pantry today, torrential rain, but lots of customers and two special guests, thank you to our great team ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Mobile Drive through Food Pantry today, torrential rain, but lots of customers and two special guests, thank you to our great team

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Brilliant .... thanks team for your love and hard work .... the church ducks should be named. Lester, the church rat hasn't been seen since the start of COVID!

Haha! Great weather for them...

Because of the significant outbreaks of COVID in Vic and in small parts of NSW, NSW Health has recommended for anyone attending a church service to wear a mask. This is an added protection in addition to our distancing, hand hygeine, etc. If you are unfamiliar with mask, please watch the video below. ... See MoreSee Less

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