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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Last Anglicare Food Appeal
Thank you to our fellowship for your generosity in donating food. It will be off to Anglicare in the next few days
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5 days ago

Last Anglicare Food Appeal
Thank you to our fellowship for your generosity in donating food.  It will be off to Anglicare in the next few days

Socially distanced and safe but for the first time in 8 weeks a few physically gathered for Bible study at church tonight ⛪️ It was wonderful to have people energy back in the room! And with the safety and cleaning procedures in place, maybe the cleanest this room’s been in a while too 🧼 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Socially distanced and safe but for the first time in 8 weeks a few physically gathered for Bible study at church tonight ⛪️ It was wonderful to have people energy back in the room! And with the safety and cleaning procedures in place, maybe the cleanest this room’s been in a while too 🧼

We just put down a track with Bruce and his 84 yo accordion - look out for it soonish! Thanks for all who have collaborated with us during COVID19 - you've made beautiful music and encouraged God's people. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

We just put down a track with Bruce and his 84 yo accordion - look out for it soonish! Thanks for all who have collaborated with us during COVID19 - youve made beautiful music and encouraged Gods people.

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Fabulous - well done Bruce - can’t wait to hear it on Sunday.

Great photo, Bruce, looking forward to the sound!

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4 weeks ago

Sorting yesterdays food, getting ready for next wed, when it happens again thank you for your generosity

Anglicare Food Appeal. Thank you to the brothers & sisters @ St Phil's for over filling the collection bins at our drive by food collection today ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Anglicare Food Appeal. Thank you to the brothers & sisters @ St Phils for over filling the collection bins at our drive by food collection today

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