Interfaith Fun Day for All Ages at The Church of the Resurrection

The Church of the Resurrection invite you to an Interfaith Fun Day as part of One World Week on Saturday 27th October 2018, 12 noon until 3.00 pm. Free entry.Read more

Launch of Homelessness Charter for Leicester

The Charter will be launched by the Bishop of Leicester, The Rt Revd Martyn Snow and Leicester 's City Mayor, Sir Peter Soulsby at 14.00pm on Monday 29th October 2018 at Leicester Cathedral. It will be preceded by a sandwich lunch from 13.00pm.Read more

New Faith Awareness Course - On Being Jewish

Christians Aware invite you to join them for their Autumn 2018 Course from Faith Awareness - Monday evenings 7.15 - 9.00 pm at Christchurch, Clarendon Park Road.Read more

Developing Deeper Discussion Project

SPC recently received a grant from the Westhill Trust for a 'Developing Deeper Discussion' project. You can find a write up about the project on the Westhill site.Read more

Developing Deeper Discussion

SPC recently received a grant from the Westhill Trust for a 'Developing Deeper Discussion' project. You can find a write up about the project on the Westhill site.Read more

Books

Learning to Live Well TogetherRead more

Inter Faith Week 2018

Inter Faith Week 2018 runs from 11th - 18th November. We will be producing a digital brochure of events happening during Inter Faith Week in Leicester so if you are planning something, please send us the details so we can help publicise it. You can find the events confirmed so far on this page.Read more

Churches' Work Events

Here you can find a list of the training sessions and events which are coming up during 2018/19 and details of how you can register for them.Read more

Support us by shopping online

Use easyfundraising to shop with over 3,300 retailers including Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, ASOS, Booking.com, eBay, Boden, and M&S and St Philip's Centre will receive a donation.Read more

Eid Mubarak

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Safeguarding

St Philip's Centre is committed to the safeguarding and protection of all children, young people and adults involved in our activities and recognises that everyone who participates in our work has a role to play in promoting a safer environment and culture. You can find our Safeguarding Policies here.Read more

Women's Christian-Muslim Dialogue Group

Next meeting: Thursday 25th October 2018, 7.30 pm at St Philip's Church with Prison Chaplain Mrs Helen Stokes and colleague from Leicester Prison and Ferzana Dakri who will talk about a resettlement project and life outside of prison.Read more

Our Partners

The St Philip's Centre is a resourcing, not a representative, organisation. We do not work in isolation but in relationship with a wide variety of groups and professional bodies. Our partnerships are always established for a purpose, to meet shared objectives, mutually enhance delivery of services and further the common good.Read more

Near Neighbours supports 'End FGM' by planting a tree

Near Neighbours has supported an event to End FGM, alongside the Mojatu Foundation, Nottingham City Council and a range of partners. Read more about it here.Read more

Catalyst Leadership Programme

Watch this video to find out about the Near Neighbours Catalyst leadership programme for young adultsRead more

Case Study: Islamic Society of Britain

Read about the Saturday Stop-by Project organised by the ISB and St James the Greater ChurchRead more

Case Study: Confederation of Indian Organisations

Read about another successful Near Neighbours projectRead more

Case Study: Hope Hamilton

Read about Hope Hamilton Church's successful projectRead more

Case Study: Parents Together

Read about one of the projects which has been funded by Near NeighboursRead more

Support Us and Have Fun

St Philip's Centre is all about bringing people together, so why not get together with some people of different faith backgrounds and organise a fundraising event for us?Read more

Could you remember St Philip's Centre in your will?

St Philip’s Centre is a registered charity (number 1114686), and we rely on the generosity of our supporters. A gift in your will, whether large or small, could make a real difference to what we can do. We are grateful for all gifts.Read more

Support St Philip's Centre

St Philip's Centre is a charity and relies on your support. The grants we receive, while generous, do not meet all of our core costs, covering less than half of our annual operational costs. A donation from you would help bridge this gap. All gifts are most gratefully received, whether large or small.Read more

Attend FREE WRAP Training (Workshops to Raise Awareness of Prevent)

Terrorism is a real and serious threat to us all and we have seen that terrorists can strike at any time and any place without warning. Leicestershire’s focus is to work with, for and on behalf of our communities. Everyone can play their part in the identification, referral and support of vulnerable people who may be drawn to extremism and at riskof radicalisation. The WRAP workshop is an introduction to the safeguarding elements of Prevent.Read more

Book a place on a C.A.R.E. Course

Confidently Addressing Radicalisation and Extremism A certified (level 2) one-day course (9.30 am - 6.30 pm) For health, social care, local authority, probation, education, prisons, police, youth & community workforcesRead more