Church of England Diocese of Rochester Saint Philip and Saint James, Chatham

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

There are toilets on site, male, female and accessible to the disabled.

There are baby change facilities in the church hall toilets

On Sunday mornings in Greenacre Academy (just opposite end of King George Road). Otherwise on street nearby.

There are toilets accessible to the disabled in the church hall.

Ramped entrance

Sit in the main part of the church (without going up any steps) and use the T-loop setting on your hearing aid.

By prior arrangement.

The weekly notice sheet is available in large print. The words used in the service are projected for all to see - bring your distance glasses!

Dogs to assist the blind are very welcome.

A number of our congregation have experience in caring for those with dementia. If you need help just ask - ideally in advance.


Our Building


Music and Worship


Groups, Courses and Activities

We have multiple groups on Sunday mornings for everyone upto year 9 and a group currently on Thursdays for year 10-13. It's fun and exciting and age appropriate - why not give us a try?

We run a number of courses to help you grow in Christ as well as more traditional home groups.

Kidz Klub runs in the church hall every two weeks in term time Thursday 5:15-6:30pm for primary age children. More detail on the website. www.pipnjims.co.uk

Usually starts in September - see the website for details

Groups for men and women and mixed groups both day time and evening. All welcome to join us.

Holiday club - a week a year but also see Kidz Klub every two weeks.

A group currently goes into Chatham town centre offering curry and prayer. Make contact if you want to know more!

We support the Medway winter shelter by encouraging volunteers and offering our building one night a week.

Breakaway on Tuesdays isn't just for over 60s but is largely so... There's lunch in the church hall for all at 12:20pm £2 for potatoes/ cheese or ploughman's depending on the season. Ends with a thought for the day.

A number of people in the congregation are involved in Rochester Street Pastors.


Help for Visitors


Other Features

We collect for the Medway foodbank and also are a redemption centre on Thursday mornings

We use data screens to project all the words of songs and prayers on Sundays and a sound system to match.

All our hot drinks are fairtrade

You are welcome any and every week!

Contact us for details.