GOT QUESTIONS ABOUT LIFE? #TRYALPHA
Alpha is a series of interactive sessions which explore questions of life, faith, and meaning.
Alpha takes place on Wednesday evenings, with a day away towards the end. Each session starts with food, then there’s a short talk designed to spark conversation, followed by discussion in small groups where you can share as much or as little as you want.
Alpha is for anyone who’s curious, and it’s free to be part of. Our next Alpha begins again on Wednesday 6th February 2019, 7:15pm.
JOINING THE FAMILYCome // Serve // Join // Give
COMEWorship with us
On Sundays we worship together – at 0930 for traditional worship with Holy Communion, at 1045 for informal family worship, and 1830 for a contemporary evening celebration. There are age-appropriate groups for kids and young people at the 1045, a group for Years 7-10 at the 1830, and Years 11-13 from 8-9pm.
Connect Groups are our mid-week groups that meet to connect with Jesus, each other, and those who don’t yet know Jesus. It’s not always easy to know everyone in a church so Connect Groups are the place to go deeper with God and each other and reach out together. Click here for more information and to join a group.
SERVEJoin a team
We have lots of different teams, from welcome to worship, kids and youth to Alpha. We want everyone in the church to serve within the church and our teams are a great way to do this. Click here to let us know where you’d like to serve, email firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to one of the welcome team on a Sunday to find the right team for you.
GIVE A Generous Church
Our church is called to be generous in giving away our best by planting other churches and being a blessing to the city. We encourage everyone into the biblical practice of giving a portion of their income, and the easiest way is to set up a standing order; there’s a simple form to help do this. And if, after three months you’re not glad you did, we’ll give you your money back! For information on setting up a regular gift, email email@example.com
L O C A T I O N
Saint Philips Chapel Street is on St Philip’s Place, Manchester. It’s just off Chapel Street, the A6, five minutes walk from Salford University and Salford Central station, ten minutes’ walk from Spinningfields and Deansgate. We are only a 15min bus ride from Manchester Uni.
Saint Philips Chapel Street,
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T R A V E L
Manchester Victoria Railway Station is 1 mile from Saint Philips, buses that run between here and Saint Philips include 8, 67 and 100.
Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station is 1.6 miles from Saint Philips, buses between Piccadilly Gardens (500m from Piccadilly Railway Station) and Saint Philips include 34, 36, 37, 38, V1, V2 and X34.
A free bus shuttle operates around Manchester’s main shopping areas and railway stations (including Manchester Piccadilly and Victoria), the closest stop to Saint Philips is 0.7 miles away at John Ryland’s Library.
Bus Services that run past Saint Philips include 8, 34, 36, 37, 38, 50, 67, 100,
V1 and V2.
On-street parking is available on various roads around the church, usually giving 2 hours free (and no limit after 6pm). When parking please be considerate of our neighbours.
There are a number of local car parks available. Farmer Norton Car park (M3 6FS), a 2 minute walk from church is £2 per day. To pay you need the “paybyphone” app. NCP New Bailey is also only a short walk.
For help planning travel through Manchester visit www.tfgm.com/route-explorer
We are a 15 min bike ride from Manchester Uni & a 2min bike ride from Salford Uni