We pray this morning for the members and friends of St Philip’s Church and for their minister Revd Sue Smith. Bless the ministry of this church in its discipleship and outreach, that all those in the community of St Philip’s Church may encounter the love of God in the witness of the people. (2nd April)
Address: District Centre, Westbrook, WARRINGTON WA5 8UE
Anglican : Revd Sarah Peppiatt
Methodist: Revd Sue Smith
Service of Word or Holy Communion
JAM (Jesus and Me) for school-aged children
ESSO (Elder Sunday School Only) for young people to explore at their own pace
12pm: Baptism (3rd Sunday of month by arrangement)
After the service, refreshments are offered in the Community Room, which is between the Worship Centre and the School. On special occasions we are a church who believe in offering cake to refresh at the end of celebration!
Please refer to our website for details of special services particularly around Christmas and Easter.
Activities (For more information on groups below refer to church website):
There are several midweek prayer groups and study groups.
Network 72 – Men’s social group
Ladybirds – Ladies’ social group
Choices – monthly youth group
We are a Fairtrade Church
Good News Story: New Members” Recently 21 young people from St Philips school, were confirmed as joint members during a service shared between Bishop Richard Blackburn and Reverend Sue Smith. Families came, to celebrate together, in abundance and a really great time was had by all.