Sunday Services


Every Sunday at St Phils, we gather together across four services. Please join us at any of our gatherings.

During a typical service you can expect there to be singing (when allowed under COVID restrictions), prayers led  from the front, a reading and a 25 minute talk from the Bible, and the opportunity to meet  new people after the service.


In order to enter the church premises, you will need to understand and comply with our "Conditions of Entry"

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8am Church / Traditional

A service for those who appreciate an Anglican prayer book service with modern and traditional hymns.

We celebrate Holy Communion together on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month.

Everyone is welcome at this service, but please note that there  is not a seperate children's program running during the service.


10am Church / Families

A vibrant and modern service with a concurrent children's program.

Kid's Program

Kid's Church runs during this church service. It aims to provide a loving and safe environment in which children can learn from the Bible and grow as Christians  while having fun with their friends. Kid's church caters for 6 months - 12 years old, seperated  into creche, pre-school, infants and primary groups.

Youth Program

Evolve meets each Sunday morning at the same time as the church service.  It aims to encourage  our youth in school grades 6-9 in the Christian faith and involves a bible study, games and food.


6pm Church / Contemporary

A contemporary and slightly different service for those interested to meet and do church in a community.  Typically we'll begin socially at our cafe from 5pm, before going into church together at 6pm.  After the service the cafe is available for more community building.

On the 1st Sunday of each month, we have dinner together after the service.


Wooloware Shores Chapel

This service  is held in Anglicare Village's Reef Centre Chapel from 5pm each Sunday.

We meet  for  Holy Communion on the 2nd Sunday of the month.  Each other Sunday follows the Evening Prayer service.

After the service on the 1st Sunday of each month, the chapel community gathers for light refreshments (fine  food, fine fellowship, a fine time!)

For more information please  call Rev Garry Dawes on 9710 7327

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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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.