No matter your background or circumstances in life, you are welcome here.

Welcome to the Church of St Philip the Apostle, South Tottenham. We are a lively, growing church in the Traditionalist Catholic wing of the Church of England, located between Seven Sisters and Turnpike Lane Tube Stations.

Over 10,000 residents strong, our parish serves the area of South Tottenham which includes West Green and Broadwater Farm. Our vision is to love God and to bring God's love to all the people of South Tottenham. We want everyone to know that they are known and loved by God! 

No matter what your faith, whatever faith tradition you might participate in, whatever your past might be, you are invited to worship with us at St Philips. All are welcome at our services, or just to pop in and light a candle and say a prayer in our beautiful building. Our church is open to ALL, irrespective of religion or denomination.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Our Team

Fr Lee Clark

Parish Priest

Philip Menasah


Michael Clarke

PCC Vice Chair

James Taylor

PCC Secretary

Anne Perryman-McDonald

PCC Member

Jennifer Conoley

PCC Member

Nina Barnsley

PCC Member

Eileen Clark

PCC Treasurer

Anna Loutfi


Allaine Cerwonka

PCC Member

Lyn Phillips

PCC Member

Our Governance

The structure, governance and management of the parish is determined by the rules of the Church of England; the Church Representation Rules 2017. This sets out the membership of the PCC, which consists of the Priest-in-Charge, together with the two churchwardens (elected at the Annual Meeting of Parishioners) and members of the laity elected to serve on the Deanery Synod or Parochial Church Council (both of which are elected by the Annual Parochial Church Meeting).

Governance of the parish is provided by the Priest-in-Charge, Churchwardens and PCC, whilst day-to-day management is the responsibility of the Parish Priest, Churchwardens and Officers of the Parochial Church Council. Whether ex-officio or elected, together, all PCC members are responsible for making decisions on all
matters of general concern and importance to the parish, including deciding on how the funds of the PCC are to be spent. New members receive initial training into the workings of the PCC.

The 2020 Annual Report and Accounts can be found here.

Our Partners


The Society under the patronage of Saint Wilfrid and Saint Hilda


CARIS Haringey


The Office of the Bishop of Fulham



The Gregory Centre for Church Multiplication


The Diocese of London