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L O C A T I O N

Saint Philips Chapel Street is on Wilton Place, Salford. It’s just off Chapel Street, the A6, five minutes from Salford University and Salford Central station, and ten minutes’ walk from Spinningfields and Deansgate.

Saint Philips Chapel Street
Wilton Place
Salford
M3 6FR

TRAIN
Saint Philips is located 0.7 miles from Salford Crescent Railway Station and 0.4 miles from Salford Central Railway Station.

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.

SHUTTLE
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.
www.tfgm.com/metroshuttle

BUS
Bus Services that run between these stations and Saint Philips include 8, 34, 36, 37, 38, 50, 67, 100, V1 and V2.

CAR PARKING
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

 

S U N D A Y S

Sundays are when we gather to worship. Expect to hear a talk which will encourage and challenge you, sing some songs of faith with followers of Jesus, pray and say sorry to God, and have fun.

Join us for a tea or coffee at 10.30 between the two worship gatherings – you’ll find a warm welcome and a people full of faith wanting to make you feel comfortable.

Then at 10.45 the band begins to play some worship songs. Words are displayed on a screen for you to join in if you wish. Children will go to their groups, and we will spend time worshiping using songs for a time before a short talk and opportunity to respond in prayer to what God is doing.

For a more traditional Church of England service, join us at 9.30am for liturgy, prayers and hymns with the organ.


EXPLORE FAITH WITH US#TRYALPHA

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Alpha is an eight week course designed to help you learn about the Christian faith where you can ask any question.

A meal is provided before a short talk and an opportunity discuss what you think and any questions you might have in a relaxed, informal atmosphere.

Our next Alpha Course begins on 26th April, 7.00pm